Almost every Saturday, I cook a light meal for Mr. Higgins. In the winter, it's usually soup and cornbread. In the summer, it's generally veggies and potatoes or something. We don't eat a lot of meat.
This past weekend, I wanted something different. I happened upon a recipe for Sweet Potato Hash with Sage and thought to give it a try.
I made some substitutions/changes.... Red onion instead of green; no ham but a sprinkling of bacon bits. I served the hash with some scrambled eggs.
For my first hash, I claim this to be very successful. Mr. Higgins gobbled it up and then took some from my plate. I wasn't blown away by the sage and I thought it could have used a little something else.... But I'll keep this recipe and use it again!
Give it a try at your next brunch or breakfast for dinner!