Hearty root vegetables, plantains, and the slightest hint of heat from jalapeño make for a Plantain Root Vegetable Hash fit for breakfast, lunch, OR dinner!
These past few weeks, Brian and I kiiiiind of feel like we are running a bed and breakfast. Don’t get me wrong, we love and adore every second of it! But it has me front-loading my weeks so I can relax and savor the weekends with friends and family, doing many loads of laundry to make sure each guest has a clean and tidy room to stay in, and whipping up recipes to serve a crowd.
This Plantain Root Vegetable Hash is one of those recipes that I made for our guests!
When my mom was visiting, we had a nice slow morning on her last day here and a hearty, satisfying, (and highly nutritious!) breakfast was in order.
Thank you Plantain Root Vegetable Hash!
So, what’s in the recipe?
- Bell pepper
- Sweet potato
- Jalapeño (optional, but my mom is very sensitive to spice and she did not mind this addition)
Not only are these root vegetables delicious and satisfying, but they are also in season! That means, they should be easier to find at the grocery store, lower in cost, and contain the maximum amount of nutrients that they can 🙂
The entire dish comes together in under 30 minutes…can’t beat that!Make a satisfying and flavorful Plantain Root Vegetable Hash fit for any #brunch! Click To Tweet
If you give this Plantain Root Vegetable a try, let me know on @instagram by tagging #trebleinthekitchen!
- 1 plantain, peeled and diced
- 1 sweet potato, washed and grated
- 1 turnip, peeled and diced
- 1 rutabaga, peeled and diced
- 1 jalapeño, seeded and finely chopped
- 3 Tbsp chives
- 1 bell pepper, diced
- salt and pepper to taste
- 1 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil
- Serve with one egg poached, hard boiled, scrambled, or enjoy the hash all on it's own!
- In a large skillet, heat a half table spoon of oil and cook the bell pepper and jalapeño
**Sweet potatoes are considered low FODMAP ½ cup or less is consumed. This recipe should fit the requirements outlined for a low FODMAP dish provided by Monash University.
Questions of the Day:
- What kind of breakfast do you prefer, sweet or savory?
- When you have company visiting, what dish do you love making for them?