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Sweet Potato-Turkey Hash

Fall 2003, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (30 votes)

Hash is a flexible and easy way to transform leftover cooked meat into a distinctively different dish. This version brings together healthy sweet potatoes, apples and onions along with lean turkey or chicken.



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"We really love this recipe. It's delicious and healthy and something different when we're in a dinner rut. We use chicken because it's easier to buy chicken breasts at the store, but it would probably be even better with turkey. My...
Sweet Potato-Turkey Hash Recipe

7 Reviews for Sweet Potato-Turkey Hash

01/23/2012
Anonymous
Fantastic

I am diabetic and I was looking for something new to do with sweet potatoes. Found this and made it. I used a storebought roasted chicken. Husband and I loved it. Very filling.

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12/15/2011
Anonymous

Outstanding!!!!

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12/25/2010
Delicious!

Made this for a Christmas brunch get-together and it went over really well! Next time I would dice everything smaller (I think I cut everything too big), I think it would hold together better that way. The flavors were wonderful and it was such a satisfying portion. I only wish it would have browned up more, I jacked the heat way up and left it in the pan for what seemed like forever and it just wouldn't cooperate - any suggestions?

Tastes great, healthy, satisfying
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Anonymous wrote 1 year 42 weeks ago

Make sure the mixture is

Make sure the mixture is drained well and let water evaporate. If water is left in mixture it will not brown, but steam. This may be why it does not brown as shown.

11/07/2010
Anonymous

We really love this recipe. It's delicious and healthy and something different when we're in a dinner rut. We use chicken because it's easier to buy chicken breasts at the store, but it would probably be even better with turkey. My only complaint is that my husband and I can NOT get this to "brown" at all no matter what we do to it. We've tried more oil, higher temperature, using a cast-iron pan... it just doesn't happen the way it says in the recipe. We've made it 5-6 times and no luck. I really wish it would work because it sounds like it would be fantastic, but I'm not sure it's actually possible despite the photo of crispy browned hash above.

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02/11/2010
Anonymous

My boyfriend and i enjoyed this. I would recommend seasoning your meat before cooking with salt or seasoning salt.

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