Hungry Heart

Adventures in healthy living

Dinner Hash


I’m so glad it is Friday.
And so glad it is a long weekend! 
I have been hoarding my sick/vacation time at work to use on maternity leave, and I am looking forward to a day off.

I satisfied my breakfast-for-dinner craving this week.
It was (almost) as good as I could have hoped.

The hash included potatoes, onion, garlic, and carrots.
I put the onions, carrots, and garlic in a pan to saute.
I peeled and chopped the potatoes, and boiled them for about 7 minutes, until they were a little soft.
Then everything went into the pan together, with a little canola oil, butter, and paprika.

This cooked on Med/Hi for about 10-15 minutes. I stirred it around every few to prevent burning.

Some spinach got steamed on the side, and then we cooked our eggs to go over top.

I added a puddle of ketchup, of course.

There are two things that would have made this ever-so-slightly better:
A nice runny egg.
And crispier potatoes.

As I was cooking the hash, I realized this would have been much better accomplished in our cast iron skillet.
Cast iron = crispy potatoes!
That just means I will have to make this again.

Jerry won’t complain, he liked this so much he said he wished he could order it in a diner.
Hearing that made me almost as happy as folding these:

Is there anythig cuter than a pile of newborn onesies?!

Happy Weekend!


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  2. breakfast for dinner when you were little meant scrambled eggs and french toast. I like yours better.
    Cuter onsies? when your little one is wearing them :)

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