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One Pan Breakfast Hash

We are still chugging along in our September Whole30, and plan to continue it indefinitely. We both feel really good this time around, and are really enjoying the program. We have a good bit of stress (good and bad stress) going on, and it’s so important to nourish your body during times of stress. It really helps you get through the stressful times, and recover faster, so this Whole30 is very well timed for us.

 

 

We are working on a fun project right now, which we plan to announce as soon as possible. For that project, I needed to make a new recipe using our Meat and Potatoes seasoning. I wanted to make the recipe Whole30 approved, and decided to cook up a new one pan breakfast dish. My thought was to use chopped bacon, diced sweet potato, scallions, and eggs, and season it all with our Meat & Potatoes Seasoning.

 

 

We have cooked breakfast hash recipes in the oven before, but for this recipe, I decided to make the entire dish on the stovetop. It worked perfectly, and was so delicious!!

 

 

I started by chopping about half a package of bacon, and frying it in a cast iron skillet over medium heat. We got to use our brand new Samsung Flex Duo Gas Range for this, and it’s just such a joy to cook with. Aside from providing exceptional control over the heat, the range is a work of art. Look at those amazing illuminated knobs!

 

 

From there I added the diced sweet potato, and continued to cook the bacon and sweet potato over medium-low heat until the sweet potato became soft.

 

 

Once the sweet potato was soft, I seasoned liberally with our Meat and Potatoes Seasoning, and added some thinly sliced scallions. I continued to cook the sweet potatoes until they were really tender, and then created for little nests for the eggs to crack into.

 

 

I carefully cracked an egg into each little nest, and turned the heat down to low because I knew the eggs would take a while to cook, and didn’t want to burn the potatoes.

 

 

I ended up covering the skillet with a lid, and turning the heat back up a tad so that the eggs would cook faster. I allowed the eggs to cook until the whites were cooked, but made sure the yolks were still a bit runny.

 

 

I then sprinkled the eggs with black pepper, and a pinch of our French Gray Sea Salt, and added some fresh scallions over top.

 

 

This dish was so delicious! It is not hard to make, but takes your full attention the whole time. I hope you all enjoy this Whole3o approved breakfast.

-Hayley

 

One-Pan Breakfast Hash (Whole30 Recipe)

Breakfast hash is a staple in our household - they are easy dishes to throw together in the morning with little thinking (or planning) involved. This recipe simplifies things even further, adding four eggs into the pan, and cooking it gently on the stove. What could be better!

Serves: 2

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Note, these instructions are written assuming the standard serving size, since you have modified the number of servings, these steps may need to be modified for best results
  1. Chop and cook the bacon over medium low heat in a large skillet.
  2. Once the bacon has cooked through, add the diced sweet potato and continue to cook, stirring occasionally.
  3. When the sweet potatoes begin to get golden edges, add most of the sliced green onion and Meat & Potatoes Seasoning. Stir to combine.
  4. Push the hash aside to create four evenly spaced wells. Crack the eggs, and place gently into the wells, and reduce the heat to low. You may wish to cover with a lid to speed up cooking, or cook covered for part of the time.
  5. Season the eggs with a pinch of French Grey Sea Salt and fresh ground black pepper. Top the hash with the remaining sliced green onion.
  6. Serve!
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