If you ever come over for breakfast (or brunch if you’re a late riser like some people we know), 9 times out of 10 I will make my sweet potato hash. I love a good savory breakfast, and since I’m cooking, that’s what gets made!
It’s easy, so so good, and gets you amped for the day. The sweet potato is less starchy than your regular ol’ spud, which makes you feel good about eating three servings of it. 😉 In fact, this dish is 100% Whole30 approved.
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Sweet potato hash, serves 2-3.
1-2 sweet potatoes
4-5 fresh garlic cloves
6-8 pieces of bacon (I use Applegate uncured Sunday bacon.)
2-3 tablespoons coconut oil
serve with fresh tomato, avocado, and a couple of fried eggs
The first thing you’re going to do is quarter up the bacon slices and throw them into the heated pan. Let them sizzle and cook and smell up your place real good.
While the bacon is doing its thing, you can chop the sweet potato down to bite size pieces.
When the bacon is cooked through (not all the way crispy yet) drain the grease and add a couple tablespoons of coconut oil or butter. Toss in the sweet potatoes and cover.
At this point, cut up the garlic, onion, and rosemary sprigs.
I like the potatoes to cook till they brown, which can take about 15-20 minutes. It depends on how many potatoes you used/heat/pan.
When everything is looking good and close to being finished is when you’ll throw in the rosemary, onions, garlic, and seasoning. Let this cook for a couple minutes.
Oh man, it smells so good at this point! In a separate pan, you can get your eggs going, so everything is ready at once.
I like to put the sunny side up eggs on top of everything so I get yolky business over everything, but do what you want!
For me, pretty much every breakfast must include fresh sliced tomato and avocado, no exception here. Don’t forget the coffee! -Josh
This sounds delicious!
I really love hash brown but I want to eat something different for breakfast sometimes! This is a great recipe because it gives me some variety with one of fave breakfast item!
So I’m not a cooking person, but I love ABM so much…the other day for my housewarming I used your feta, watermelon and balsamic skewers recipe which was super popular with my friends, and today, while I didn’t follow the recipe exactly, I used this post as a jumping off point! I live in Australia and kangaroo is really lean and high in iron, so I did marinated kangaroo steaks with roasted sweet potato with bacon and rosemary…amazeballs. Thanks so much ABM honestly you make me try new things!
Delicious! First try this sunday morning and my husband and I loved it!
looks so good ! definitely gonna try this!
Made it for supper… delish… especially with that egg!!
Oh my! This looks amazing! I must make this.
It’s been ages since I have been on this blog – and I remember why I loved it so much before!
Oh god that looks good. I’m obsessed with egg but my fiance doesn’t like it – what?!
If you’d like a bit of a laugh have a look at my post on the 16 things all bloggers do – hint, banana bread is involved! x
The perks of being a hipster- 16 things all bloggers know!
It looks yummy and easy to make. Sure going to be my Saturday morning breakfast. Thanks.
This looks so yummy…plus, it’s Paleo! That’s a winner in my book…pinning now!
Josh, your posts have been much enjoyed… you will be missed….enjoy the heat.
That looks absolutely delicious. I can’t wait to try it!
This looks so delicious! 🙂
This looks absolutely delicious, i am always hesitant to experiment with hashes because y potatoes never cook quite right. I am going to give this one a whirl though!
What a sweet way to start your morning =) Maybe with a side of cronut or cruffins? Juju Sprinkles
YUMMMM!!!! This looks amazing! I am so making this for breakky on the weekend 😉 Thanks for the easy way to download your recipes 🙂
I agree with you, 1000 %. We will miss you Josh!
Best wishes for you and your family. Hope you ROCK it.
Love and kisses XOXO
What? I love Josh and his post, he should not be allowed to leave 🙁 Sad, sad news. Thanks for the goodbye recipe, though. Looks and sounds really good.
This looks delicious! I think my kids and I will be doing breakfast for dinner so we can enjoy it tonight!!!!