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Sweet Potato, Corn & Black Bean Hash

March 1998

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (74 votes)

Quick and easy hashes are fabulous one-pot meals for those nights when getting dinner on the table fast is a priority.



READER'S COMMENT:
"this has become a go to dinner for me, it's very easy and doesn't dirty up every pan in my kitchen. i add a little ground chipotle with the cumin and i cook the potatoes in the microwave for a minute or two before sauteing in the oil...
Sweet Potato, Corn & Black Bean Hash Recipe

16 Reviews for Sweet Potato, Corn & Black Bean Hash

09/19/2010

This was pretty good. I served it with cheddar cheese and salsa on tortillas. It took a little longer than the recipe said to get the sweet potatoes cooked all the way and I thought it got a bit dry by the time they were done. With some tweaks, I would definitely make this again.

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08/07/2010

I made this the other night with a side of garlicy broccoli rabe. I used fresh corn as it's in season, and that made it especially good. The next day (this recipe makes a lot) I put some leftovers in a wrap with tomato and avocado and my husband raved. For myself, though, I combined the rabe and the leftover 'hash' and some avocado, and realized that the combination was fantastic. Next time I will add rabe or kale and more garlic to the dish to add a bit of sharpness and top with avocado.

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06/16/2010
Anonymous

This was a very good recipe and I will be making this again. I'm not a fan of sweet potatoes, so I substituted regular potatoes for sweet potatoes and I was very happy with the results. I did use 4 tsp of cumin and, for my taste, it was fine.

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03/22/2010
Anonymous

too much cumin

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01/22/2010

Not bad at all! I usually need meat to keep me full but this did a good job--I ended up doubling for our family of 5...squeezed lime on top instead of just serving with lime wedges, too.

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