Sweet Potato Hash Bowl

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So, I recently posted all about my collaboration with BrightFarms, a produce company using sustainable greenhouse farming to supply grocery stores with fresh greens and herbs year-round to meet the growing demand for local produce. In the Maryland area, they work solely with Giant grocery stores to deliver produce farm to shelf — within 24 hours.

I mentioned that I was going to make a few different recipes with some of the produce I received, and this Sweet Potato Bowl recipe is second up on this BrightFarms x StylishlyTaylored collaboration!

Check out the first creation from this collab, a recipe for my Arugula Skillet, HERE!

 

Sweet Potato Hash Bowl

  • Difficulty: Easy
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Another paleo-inspired, dinner bowl packed with color, protein, and flavor!

What you’ll need:

Ingredients

  • BrightFarms locally-grown, Super Sweet Local Spring Mix (grown in VA!)
  • 1 sweet potato
  • 1/4 red onion
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 avocado, ripe
  • Pinch of salt + pepper
  • 1 tsp. butter or oil
  • Frank’s Red Hot (optional)

Directions

  1. Cut up sweet potato into small to medium-sized pieces. Additionally, cut up onion, and any other desired vegetables/toppings for the dish. Set aside.
  2. Coat your skillet with a thin layer of oil or butter and put over medium heat.
  3. When hot, crack egg into skillet and let it fry for ~ 5 minutes (time depends on heat.) Add a pinch of salt and pepper, if desired. After ~ 5 min, or when the white of the egg looks like it’s beginning to solidify, remove skillet from heat and cover for an additional 2-3 min.
  4. Remove egg from the skillet when it’s cooked to liking and briefly set aside (feel free to fry it hard if you so wish – just note that these directions are for a runny, fried egg.)
  5. Add chopped sweet potato to skillet, coat lightly with oil, adding a pinch of salt and pepper. Cook until each piece can be easily cut and no longer remains hard. Remove from heat when done.
  6. To your bowl, add a base of BrightFarms locally-grown, Super Sweet Spring Mix. Add warm sweet potatoes, onions, and any other toppings you chose to include. Top with fried egg and sliced avocado.
  7. Garnish with Frank’s Red Hot, or another hot sauce of your choice.
  8. Optional: If you aren’t keeping a paleo diet, think of adding feta or another cheese of your liking as a garnish!

BrightFarms provided me with the local produce for this post, but all views and kitchen creations are my own.

Buy some BrightFarms produce of your own? Post a pic of what you whipped up on Instagram, tag me @stylishlytaylored + @Bright_Farms, and hashtag it with #BrightSalad and #ChooseLocal so we can see your beautiful creation!

Still hungry? Be sure to check out some of my other RECIPES for more kitchen-creation inspiration.

Don’t feel like cooking? Don’t sweat it. Check out my recent EATS for quality spots to hit up for those days when you’re not feelin’ those Emeril vibes.

 

Until next time, keep it local.

Xo,

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