I’m one of those people who loves breakfast for dinner. There’s nothing wrong with eggs or pancakes at night time, it’s like having a treat. This hash recipe is categorized in the breakfast section of the cookbook but I decided to switch things up. I made this recipe and served it as a side dish to go with some roasted salmon and couscous. It was incredible and it all tasted so good together. Don’t get me wrong, it would be equally delicious in a bowl with a fried egg on top too – and I will likely be preparing it that way next time – but this was yummy.
For the vegetable mix, I changed the brussel sprouts for green cabbage, but they’re pretty similar so that wasn’t a big deal. I actually used a bag of coleslaw mix (red/green cabbage, carrot) which made prep really easy. All I had to do was grate a carrot (I wanted more carrot in the mix) and thinly slice the kale.
I ended up with a huge bowl of veggies that I coated with olive oil and salt. I skipped the parmesan cheese – making it dairy free and vegan – and added the full amount of olive oil like suggested in the recipe. (Side note: you could serve this with toast to have a fully vegan/dairy free meal). I dumped my bowl evenly onto 2 baking sheets. They were full. It definitely looks like a lot of veggies but once all the water is cooked out, they shrink down.
After baking (with mixing halfway), the veggies become super tender and slightly caramelized. I already love crispy kale but the cabbage was surprisingly good too. This is a great way to eat a ton of veggies without feeling like you’re eating a ton of veggies. Does that make sense? I hope it does haha.
This was a delicious way to end off the week and there are more yummy recipes planned for the rest of January! 🙂
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