Mumika loves making sweet potato hash in the morning.
Add an egg and its the perfect complete breakfast.
But she always makes it in the morning. What about at dinner? This is just as good as a side as part of a breakfast.
And that’s what I decided.
Sweet Potato Hash
2 sweet potato, cubed
Heat up a skillet
Dump sweet potato and onions into skillet.
Stir with spatula every few minutes.
The hash will be done when sweet potatoes are slightly brown and tender.
Makes 4. Calories: 94, Carbohydrates: 19 grams, Sugar: 2 grams, Fiber: 3 grams, Protein: 2 grams.
You probably noticed that I decided not put some sort of fat (oil or butter) in the heated skillet. A) I was using a nonstick pan and B) I forgot. If you are using a nonstick skillet and you stir the food in it, then you don’t need it. Not to mention, extra calories and carbs.
There’s something about sweet potatoes (potatoes in general) and onions that makes sense. They compliment each other. And it goes with everything. Steak, chicken, egg, catfish.
Why are sweet potatoes a big deal? Sweet potatoes lower blood sugar. Its the diabetic version of potato. I do miss regular potatoes from time to time.