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Sweet Potato Hash

By Teresa Cutter

Sweet Potato Hash
Sweet Potato Hash

What's great about it

Sweet potatoes are a healthy low GI carb source that's high in beta-carotene the precursor to vitamin A, important for eye health. They are also rich in potassium, necessary for muscle contraction, nerve transmission and normal  blood pressure. This is healthy comfort food at it's best.


Serves 4


2 sweet potatoes, cut into chunks, skin on

2 cobs of corn, husked with kernels removed

2 handfuls baby spinach leaves

1 bunch of cavolo nero (Tuscan Kale), washed and shredded

1 small onion, finely diced

small bunch of parsley, chopped

3 tablespoons olive oil

6 sprigs fresh thyme

3 bay leaves

1 small sprig rosemary

pepper and sea salt


1. BOIL the sweet potatoes in a pot of water seasoned with 1 teaspoon of salt.

2. SIMMER for about 10 - 15 minutes or until the sweet potatoes are just tender - don't overcook.

3. DRAIN the sweet potato and set aside.

4. HEAT the olive oil in a large cast-iron pan over medium heat.

5. ADD the diced onion, thyme leaves, bay leaves and rosemary and cook for 1 minute.

6. ADD the sweet potatoes and cook without stirring for 3 minutes or until they begin to brown underneath.

7. STIR occasionally to brown sweet potato all over, so it's lovely and crisp.

8. ADD the kale and sweet corn kernels and cook for another 5 minutes until hot.

9. FOLD in the baby spinach leaves, salt, pepper and parsley.

10. SERVE in the pan and enjoy alone or with poached organic eggs.

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