Y’all. This recipe right here is kind of why I started this little blog. I got more requests for this recipe than any others. It’s the best base for meals! I’m excited to finally share it on Grace + Wine! I’ve added the hash to a salad, eaten it in a quesadilla, had it cold straight out of the fridge, and added every different type of barbecued meat to it! You can’t make me choose which way to eat it is my fave, because they’re all SO good!
But this right here, is close to the top of the list!
I love a fried egg! I remember being little and we would go to the Bluebonnet Cafe in Marble Falls, TX, and we would always all order a sunny side up fried egg with a huge biscuit. It’s still my favorite to this day! And that fried egg up there is total perfection!
Quick story! We were at my in-laws lake house and for some reason it was just my husband, father-in-law, and myself. I was, obviously, in charge of dinner and wanted something easy and quick so I decided on sweet potato hash. I got everything set up on the bar, bowls for everyone and the guys walk in to make a plate. My FIL looks at the hash, the bowls, and then to me and said “and just how am I supposed to eat this?” Uhhh well you put the hash in a bowl and just eat it. Little did I know that he doesn’t eat dinner out of a bowl. HA! I told him well, this is what were having and you can eat it or not. He came back for seconds, and maybe even thirds! I mean, it just doesn’t get any better. The runny yolk is the perfect sauce for the hash!
I want that bite right up there. Can you imagine that beautiful fried egg, sweet potato hash, and a mimosa for Sunday morning brunch! I don’t think it could get any better! Tag #graceandwineeats on Instagram!
2 medium/large sweet potatoes, peeled and diced into small pieces
1 sweet onion, sliced
3 tbsp olive oil
Peel and dice your sweet potato into small pieces
Place a large pan over medium heat. Add 2 tbsp of olive oil and your sweet potatoes. Stirring occasionally until sweet potato is soft and starting to brown. Add in your onion and the other 1 tbsp of oil if needed. Stir to combine and cook until onion is translucent (about 5 minutes)
Add in any additional add ins! Chicken, pork, an egg! The possibilities are endless!