I made this recipe using only one potato, one whole onion, and a huge slab of honey ham left over from Thanksgiving. Thankfully, my food processor was up to the challenge. I was unfortunately out of olive oil and thyme, so instead, I substituted canola oil, a generous pinch of powdered mustard, and another generous pinch of black pepper. Lastly, I fried up some eggs to go with it and also whipped up some tasty buttermilk biscuits. This recipe was a major hit, and I'll be sure to make it again in the future. Thank you very much!
Sweet Potato Hash with Black Forest Ham
From EatingWell: December 2005/January 2006
Flavorful Black Forest ham subtly enriches the hash without taking over. Serve this alongside chicken or duck, or set a poached egg on top for a light meal on its own.
3 Reviews for Sweet Potato Hash with Black Forest Ham
This is a good recipe to riff from, but calling it low-carb and saying it serves four is laughable.
The sweet potatoes and onion need to be reduced by half and the ham increased to at least 8 oz. Add some mushroom if you need more bulk. Supplement the onion flavor with onion powder if you want. Add at least one egg per person, two is better. Serves two.
That will actually get you through the day.
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