Sweet Potato Hash with Eggs and Paprika – Perfect Weekend breakfast or Speedy Supper

This dish is perfect for brunch or a quick supper and is real comfort food- perfect to help unwind after a hectic day. Even if you don’t have any cooked sweet potatoes, it only takes about 12 minutes to peel, cube and boil some for this dish.

serves 2 hungry people
2big or 5 small cooked sweet potatoes, cubed
1 onion peeled and chopped
1 clove garlic peeled and mashed
1 Red or half red and yellow pepper deseeded and sliced
1 tsp sweet pimenton
3 eggs
Oil for cooking

Heat the oil in a medium pan and tip in the onions and peppers and cook for about 5 minutes until they start to soften.
Add the garlic and cook further over a medium heat until the onions and peppers are almost cooked.
Stir in the paprika until it is combined and continue to cook for a minute.
Slice the cooked sweet potatoes and make room in the pan and tip them in and cook until they start to brown.
Mix everything together then make 3 spaces in the vegetables and crack the eggs into each of them.
Season well and put the pan into the oven At 180c for about 8-10 minutes until the eggs are done to you liking.
Sprinkle over some chopped flat leaf parsley and serve immediately…and breath after that hectic day!

11 thoughts on “Sweet Potato Hash with Eggs and Paprika – Perfect Weekend breakfast or Speedy Supper

  1. Grainne,

    Amazing as per usual – my mouth waters every time I click on these pages & the food styling and photography is just beautiful (the tarts from belle Isle were even more lovely than I remember). Look forward to each new post !

    Leona xx

    1. Thanks Leona, so nice to hear from you. As soon as our babysitter back from Hols, Dom and I will drop in to Glasthule to sample some of your lovely desserts. X

    1. Thanks, it is really lovely. When boiling I peel them, When roasting, I scrub them really well, cut off any unsightly bits and leave the skin on. It gives more of a crispy edge to them.

    1. Hi There, Sorry it is paprika and you can get it. The recipe will be nice without it, but delicious with it. There is a sweet and smoky one, you should try both and see which you prefer as they arent too costly. Thanks for emailing.grainne

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