Easy // 15 mins // 1 1/2 quarts

Simply delicious & very adaptable.  Most veggies go great w/ yams.  The sweet crunch of the snap peas blends well w/ the crispy yams & caramelized shallots.  I like my shallots a dark golden brown, but taste as you go & have it y’alls way.  

Ribbon zester

Harvest Ingredients
1/2 Cup Shallot, rings
2 1/2 Cups Yam, grated
1 Cup Grape Tomatoes, halved
2 Cups Sugar Snap Peas, sliced or whole
1 Quart Spinach
1 Mineola, juice & zest
1 Navel Orange, juice & zest
1 Avocado

Other Ingredients
(Opt) 1-2 Cloves Garlic, sliced
(Opt) 1 Chili Pepper, sliced
(Opt) Organic Eggs, fried or scrambled
1 Tsp Sea Salt
1/2 Tsp Black Pepper
2 Tbs Evoo
2 Tbs Organic Butter or Coconut Oil
(Opt) 2 Tsp Herbs de Provance
(Opt) 2 Tbs Pepitas

Step 1
I like to use a ribbon zester for this.  The longer, wider strips have more pizzazz.  Prep out all the veggies.  I scrub but do not peel my organic yams.  You can leave the snap peas whole to save time.  Heat the butter & evoo over medium high heat and sauté the shallot with optional garlic & chili & black pepper.  They should be well caramelized in 2 or 3 mins. 

Step 2
Add the yams & the salt and sauté for about 5 mins until the yams are tender & starting to crisp up.  Stir often, but not constantly.  Letting the yams fry in between stir gives them a nice color.  When the yams are done, stir in the opt Herbs de Provance.  Stir in all the other veggies & the citrus juice & continue to sauté on high heat, about 3 mins more.  You can hold back the spinach until the end if you want it less cooked.

Step 3
When the veggies are tender & most of the juice is absorbed stir in the citrus zest.  If you plan to serve it w/ fried or scrambled eggs, start them in a small skillet over medium heat just before you add the veggies to the hash.  Everything will be ready at the same time.  Garnish your plate w/ sliced avocado.  I like black pepper & pepitas on my avos.  

Yams, eggs, spinach, tomatoes & avocados are so satisfying together.  The crunch of the snaps & zing of two citrus flavors makes this hash extra special.  This dish makes for great lettuce & collard wraps later in the week.  Also great burrito filling.  Show us your versions all over Hungry Harvest social media