Potato Broccoli Hash
A lightened up version of potato hash that's full of delicious flavor and a good source of fiber.
- 1 1/2 pound red potatoes, shredded
- 3 raw broccoli stalks, shredded
- 1/2 white onion, sliced
- 1.5 cups broccoli florets, cut into bite-size florets
- 1 1/4 tablespoons avocado oil for cooking (or canola oil)
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 1/4 c water
- 8 oz canned diced tomatoes
- 2 oz goat cheese crumbles
- 2 oz Canadian bacon
- Hot sauce, optional for added heat
- Using a cheese grater, grate potatoes and broccoli stalks, discarding any particularly fibrous pieces of broccoli stalk.
- Lay out shredded potatoes and shredded broccoli stalk on a layer of paper towels (or a clean kitchen towel), top with two more paper towels and gently press down to remove excess moisture.
- In a large saute pan, saute onions in 1/4 tsp of oil for 3-5 minutes. Add in canned tomatoes, broccoli florets and 1/4 cup of water, stir to combine and cook for 5-7 minutes more until fragrant and tender and water has reduced.
- While veggies are sauteing cook shredded potatoes and broccoli. On a flat bottom skillet, over medium heat, pour 1/2 tablespoon of oil on the pan.
- Mix potatoes and broccoli shavings together and lay 1/2 the mixture on the hot pan spreading it out so it's about 1/4 inch thick. Cook for 10-12 minutes, flipping once until golden brown cooked through. Repeat with remaining potato/broccoli mixture.
- Plate potato and broccoli hash with a topping of the grilled onion, tomato and broccoli mixture. Top with a sprinkle of goat cheese and serve with two rounds of lean Canadian bacon. Sprinkle with hot sauce if using.
*You can use other potato varieties if desired but keep in mind that they may have more carbohydrates per serving and more moisture, such as a Russet potato. Added moisture will increase cooking time.
- calories: 241
- carbohydrates: 36.8g
- cholesterol: 15mg
- dietary fiber: 6.2g
- potassium: 1311mg
- protein: 11.9g
- saturated fat: 2.5g
- sodium: 415mg
- sugars: 5.4g
- total fat: 6.6g
- trans fat: 0.0g
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