Sweet Potato Hash Browns with Fried Eggs

This was a dish I decided to experiment with on Saturday morning.  We had a sweet potato and onion that had not yet had their fate decided and for some reason I was in the mood to do a little early morning cooking.  Here’s what I used:

  • 1 large garnet yam (or sweet potato), peeled and grated using either a cheese grater or the grater attachment on a food processor.
  • 1 large yellow onion, chopped
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 2 eggs (per person)
  • Olive oil
  • 1 clove of garlic, chopped

I first heated a large skillet over medium-high heat and added olive oil to the pan.  I then sauteed the onion and garlic together until the onion was soft and translucent.Whole301

Once the onion was cooked, I added the sweet potato to the pan and let that cook until some of the pieces of sweet potato were getting a little crispy. Whole302 I then used a spatula to flip the sweet potato over a bit.  I then created four little holes in the pan and cracked the eggs directly into those spaces.  I flipped the eggs over after about 2 minutes and then served–we each got 2 fried eggs and a bunch of delicious hash browns and we even had leftovers for the next morning! Delish 🙂Whole303



About Anna Levin

My name is Anna. My husband, Ken, and I live in Baltimore, where we are every mother's dream: he's an Ophthalmology resident and I am a lawyer! On October 8th, 2012 we welcomed our baby girl, Julia Rose, into the world so as you can imagine we are very busy chasing after her and watching her grow and learn as she explores the world around her! In my free time, I enjoy cooking, reading, blogging, spending time with my family and taking long walks in new neighborhoods. I look forward to sharing this journey and hope that in doing so, I can provide some insight for other first time moms. While you're at it, check out my personal blog: MyLittlePoppyseed
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