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Sweet Potato Hash Breakfast Skillet
 

This breakfast skillet with andouille sausage and eggs is a filling, savory, healthy meal for any time of day!

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Breakfast skillets are my go-to when I’m looking for an easy, early morning meal (or for any time of the day -- I’m a fan of breakfast for dinner!). In this recipe, I use a sweet potato hash that creates a flexible foundation for a breakfast skillet that you can customize to your liking. Whether you need to plan an unexpected breakfast brunch, or just want an easy no-fuss meal, this recipe caters to you! Ingredients in this recipe can easily be changed out with your favorite veggies. Sometimes, I’ll resort to this recipe when I want to clear out my fridge and use leftover ingredients. So, let’s get to cooking!

My sweet potato hash breakfast skillet recipe only takes 30 minutes to make and requires just one skillet with any produce, protein, and eggs you have left in the fridge. At the end of the week, I typically have about a small bunch of fresh spinach left in the bag, ½ of an onion in a sandwich bag lodged in the back of the fridge, as well as stocked grated sweet potato in the freezer.

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I start out by cooking the onions and garlic in the skillet to provide a base flavor for the skillet to build upon before adding peppers and protein. In this case, I used green and red peppers and andouille sausage. Once the peppers and sausage have been cooked, I remove them from the skillet so that I can cook the sweet potatoes next. I season the sweet potatoes to perfection then add the cooked ingredients back on top. This is when I add a handful of spinach and mix everything together. Create cute little nest pockets for how many eggs you would like and then pop the skillet in the oven for the final bake.

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Serve up one egg per person along with a healthy helping of the sweet potato mixture. Since this recipe is flexible, you can garnish it however you want. For example, sometimes I want a more “Southwestern” flavor with a kick. In that case, I would top the skillet with cilantro, avocado slices, cotija cheese, salsa, and hot sauce! Remember, this skillet recipe caters to your needs! ;)

You can also serve this up with a side of toast or on a bed of mixed greens to make sure you get all of the delicious egg yolk!

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This breakfast skillet with andouille sausage and eggs is a filling, savory, healthy meal for any time of day!

INGREDIENTS

  • 4-6 fresh eggs

  • 1 large sweet potato (peeled and chopped into small cubes or grated)

  • 1 green pepper chopped

  • 1 red pepper chopped

  • 1/2 cup onion diced

  • 2 cloves garlic minced

  • 1 cup packed fresh baby spinach

  • 8 oz andouille chicken sausage (Applegate)

  • 1 Tbsp coconut oil, plus more for cooking

  • 1/2 tsp smoked paprika

  • 1/2 tsp cumin

  • 1/4 tsp salt

  • 1/4 tsp black pepper

  • 1 small handful parsley (garnish)

DIRECTIONS

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

  2. Add 1 Tbsp coconut oil to a cast iron skillet over medium-high heat. Once hot, add onions and let cook for 2-3 min until softened.

  3. Add peppers and garlic and cook for 3-5 min until softened.

  4. Set veggies to the side and cook sausage or protein until 5-7 min or until brown and crispy. (If using raw meat, cook until brown and cooked through).

  5. Set protein aside and drizzle more oil in the skillet if necessary. Add sweet potatoes and spices and toss until combined. Cook until the potatoes are soft and crispy on the outside, about 5-10 min.

  6. Add cooked veggies and protein back in the skillet along with spinach and cook until spinach has wilted.

  7. Create a well in the hash mixture for 4-6 eggs.

  8. Crack an egg into each well and bake in the oven, just until eggs are set. Check for doneness after 5 min.

  9. Garnish with parsley and top with your favorite toppings like avocado, hot sauce, salsa, or goat cheese.