Spinach and Ham Sweet Potato Hash
With Easter being the big food holiday in March, you may find yourself with a plethora of leftover ham—if you’re like me, you will for sure. My friends, family, and I make it a point to enjoy epic, elaborate meals that somehow always provide more food than we need. Good thing we all love leftovers too!
You look in the fridge and see a large container of leftover bone-in ham plus extra sweet potatoes you tried to fit into the pan, but somehow that five pound bag doesn’t always fit. Naturally you should make spinach and ham sweet potato hash. All you need is a few more ingredients, including Davidson’s Safest Choice® Pasteurized Eggs, for a hearty Easter themed brunch recipe. It’s ideal for feeding remaining family members staying past the weekend, or just as leftovers (again).
Ham is one of those ingredients I don’t cook with often, but when the holidays are around, I pretty much live off of it for a week. This sweet potato hash is a perfect addition to that week of ham recipes. Unlike our usual brunch endeavors, this one comes together in a flash, with little hands-on time and about a half hour total. Just peel and dice sweet potatoes and brown in a skillet until caramelized and tender. Stir in ham and spinach, then top with Davidson’s Safest Choice® Pasteurized Eggs. Bake until egg whites set, but leave the yolks runny. Get the full recipe for spinach and ham sweet potato hash.
Davidson’s Safest Choice® Pasteurized Eggs are essential to this hash recipe. The eggs are cooked over easy, with the yolks slightly runny. This provides rich flavor that oozes onto the rest of the ingredients as you enjoy the dish. Davidson’s Safest Choice® Eggs are pasteurized in an all-natural warm water bath to eliminate the risk of Salmonella. Visit the SafeEggs.com store locator to find Davidson’s Safest Choice® Pasteurized Eggs near you to safely enjoy your over-easy eggs.