Thursday, 20 March 2014

Pork, Sweet Potato and Red Onion Hash

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How's this for a healthy storecupboard hash that you can whip up in just a few minutes...

Pork is one of the cheaper meats - especially minced - but you can get bored of pork burgers and making it into bolognese or chilli. This hash is something a bit different, and it has sweet potatoes and red onions in it (bonus veggie points there). It's great served with some green veggies or a side salad, and only takes a few minutes to stir together in a frying pan. The hash is flavoured with a pinch of mace and dried sage, although feel free to add your own favourite spices - thyme would be good here, and smoked paprika too (but avoid paprika if you're eliminating nightshades). 

pork, sweet potato and red onion hash


Pork, Sweet Potato and Red Onion Hash
From my ebook AIP and Paleo Snacks and Quick Lunches
Serves 4
Ingredients
1 tsp cooking oil or fat of your choice
400g minced pork
1 clove garlic, peeled and chopped
1 red onion, peeled and chopped
2 sweet potatoes, peeled and coarsely grated
small pinch of mace
1 tsp dried sage
pinch of salt

Method
First, melt the oil or fat in a large frying pan and brown off the pork mince until just beginning to turn golden on the outside. Straight away, stir in the garlic, onion and grated sweet potatoes  - along with a splash of water (or broth, if you have it handy) and allow to cook for 5-7 minutes, or until the sweet potato has softened. 

Stir in the mace, sage and a pinch of salt and continue to cook until the pork and vegetables are cooked through. You can add a little more water or broth, if you feel the mixture is drying out a little in the pan. 

Serve hot. 


This recipe is featured in my ebook AIP and Paleo Snacks and Quick Lunches, available on Amazon Kindle. Packed with quick snacks and lunches that are all AIP-compliant, it will help you if you find time is tight to prepare good, healing food. 
Click the link to check it out! 




You might also be interested in this - a community AIP Breakfast Cookbook that I contributed to, with 85 AIP breakfast ideas from AIP bloggers...

I'm entering this into Phoenix Helix's AIP Recipe Roundtable... go visit for more AIP paleo inspiration. 


2 comments:

  1. It sounds really tasty. I like the grated sweet potato in it too.

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