Can you believe it, a second post in less than a week? Holy cow, we have arrived. Friends, blogging is so weird to me. You just.. talk about your life and assume people care.
I mean, to some extent.. Is this not total narcissism?
Whatever. we are just going to go with it!
Well that was deep!
Take two, HELLO!
I am so excited to share this recipe and for the first time in what feels like forever, I am venturing out from eggs and asparagus for breakfast! I have been extremely lazy lately and have recently found myself disinterested in eggs. I suppose after eating them daily for a year and half, I should be. I’ve really stretched my brain out for other options. Big “thanks” to my dear friend for mentioning a hash a few weeks ago! Who said breakfast has to be “breakfast food”!?
I have dabbled into soup for breakfast, a can of tuna which my co-workers did not appreciate, countless RX Bars, and the ultimate laziness (for me that is), intermittent fasting. At least I’m claiming that practice instead of admitting that I oversleep and find myself rushing to the car for Second Date Update too often.
I hope you find this recipe as convenient as I have or at least a morning “head start ingredient”. I find that the natural sweetness from the potato is rounded out by the sage in the turkey “sausage” which pleases me! I think this hash would be great with salsa as well but I’m a Texan and salsa is a food group.
If you happen to try this recipe, please let me know! It will bring a tear to my eye!
SB&T Morning Hash
Sweet Potato, Brussels Sprout, and Turkey Morning Hash
2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
1/2 cup Onion, diced
1 pound Ground Turkey
1 Teaspoon Garlic Powder
1.5 Tablespoons Sage
1 Sweet Potato, peeled and cut into small cubes*
1 Cup Brussels Sprouts, halved
1 Red Bell Pepper, diced
* Keep in mind, the smaller cut the potatoes are, the quicker the hash will cook.
- In a skillet on medium heat, sauté onions in the olive oil for about 3 minutes.
- Add ground turkey and season with sage, garlic powder, salt, and pepper. Cook thoroughly.
- Once the turkey is cooked, add the cubed sweet potato, brussels sprouts, and red bell pepper. Reduce the heat to medium-low and continue cooking, stirring often, until the potatoes are fork-tender.
Have the best day ever!