This Sweet Potato Hash is a quick and easy weeknight meal that’s sure to please your whole family.
I know, we’re all busy.
I tend to think that I’m more busy than the average person, working a total of 54-60 hours a week, on top of taking care of my family, home, and my health. So when it comes to dinner time, it’s got to be quick and easy because I do not have the time for anything other than that.
45 minutes tops! Any longer than that, and I’d probably faceplant right into it while it’s cooking because I’m just that.tired!
So I’m always looking for shortcuts wherever I can find them. Sure, I try my hardest to use all fresh ingredients, but let’s be honest here – some fresh ingredients just take a long time to cook.
For example, sweet potatoes. I love making homemade crispy baked sweet potato fries like these, but the chopping of the potato itself takes me forever – and that’s if I don’t accidentally slice my finger off in the process… (my knife skills really do need some work – it’s a miracle this isn’t more of a reality!). And then there’s the baking. Who has time to wait around for that?? Homemade french fries are definitely not a weeknight possibility for me, and you know what, that totally sucks.
So yeah, Alexia’s sweet potato fries totally came to the rescue once again. Just what I needed! I knew I could make a quick and healthy meal for my family in under 30 minutes now!
Oh, and while we’re talking about dinner, who doesn’t love breakfast for dinner? Breakfast in itself is just so comforting, and then you add that savory element to it, and you get that warmth in your belly that just can’t be matched.
But savory is where is was at for me this time around when I created this Sweet Potato Hash. The sweet and savory flavor of sweet potatoes, paired with onions and peppers, spinach, spicy-seasoned tofu, and of course topped with a couple runny eggs. Serve with a side of salsa and sour cream, and you are set for Brinner!
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