Ground Beef Sweet Potato Hash
After a hard push up/pull up workout yesterday morning, we were craving a few carbs.
So Ryan, like he always does, came up with a great new breakfast.
The Ground Beef Sweet Potato Hash with an Egg Sunny-Side Up
1/2 Grass-fed Ground Beef
1 Large Sweet Potato
Sprinkle of Cumin, Pepper, Salt, Mustard, Coriander and Chipotle
2-4 Eggs (Depending on how many you want with your hash)
Heat a skillet and cook the ground beef. Then cut up the cooked sweet potato into chunks and add it to the ground beef with the spices. Stir and lower the heat.
Cook until ground beef is fully cooked and everything has mixed together.
In a separate pan, cook 2-4 eggs until sunny-side up (or to your liking).
Place the eggs on top of the hash and serve. We also added a dollop of sour cream mixed with Cajun seasonings to the top.
Super simple and quick to make especially if you have some leftover sweet potatoes from your weekend meal prep! (If you don’t have any sweet potatoes ready, you can chop one up and cook it in the skillet and then add the ground beef. Or you can cook it in the oven for about 30-45 minutes.)
The recipe above serves two people.
Anyone else love hashes? Ever made one with sweet potatoes before? What’s your favorite!?!
Posted on January 10, 2014, in Recipe Box and tagged breakfast recipe, post workout meal, sweet potato hash, sweet potato hash recipe. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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