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Breakfast Hash or Mountain Man Breakfast

Call it whatever you want, this stuff is GOOD!  Basically a healthy version of hash browns with all the fun breakfast fixin's!  You could also do a tofu scramble with it which I think is okay but Ryan doesn't like it or just use a little bit of good healthy organic, free range type eggs.  Also a lot of times I will add a large handful of sprouts and maybe even put it on a bed of lettuce.  This is also makes really good really good Breakfast Burritos.  Just wrap it all up in a whole grain tortilla!

Breakfast Hash or Mountain Man Breakfast
Potatoes, diced or shredded (we actually had some sweet potatoes
we needed to use too so we put some of those in too)
1 Green Bell Pepper, sliced or chopped
4-6 ounces of mushrooms, sliced
1 Large onion, sliced or chopped
Other Veggies of choice (some of our favorites are zucchini or
summer squash, corn, and tomatoes)
1 Tablespoon Nama Shoyu
Coconut oil
Sea Salt to taste
Other Seasonings to taste (we like garlic, pepper, no salt
seasoning mix like Mrs. Dash Table Blend, Basil, etc.)

In a large skillet, (I think a well seasoned cast iron skillet is best for this although it does still stick some it's the best option I have found, other then teflon) heat some oil, you need enough to coat the potatoes well.  Add potatoes, salt, and other seasonings of choice.  Cook until potatoes are done to your liking, stirring often.  If you like soft chewy potatoes cook on a lower heat, if you like them kind of crispy on the outside and soft inside cook at a high heat.  If you want them totally crispy you will probably have to deep fry them.  We like them the second way mentioned.

In a smaller frying pan, (stainless steel works good for this) heat a little more oil (you don't need much at all, maybe a teaspoon) and put in sliced veggies except for tomatoes if using those, stir them in as soon as the others are done cooking.  Saute the veggies adding in the Nama Shoyu and any other desired seasonings.  If using Shoyu don't add salt!  Saute until crisp tender.

On a plate pile on the hash browns, and veggies you may also add some good ketchup or salsa and top with Cheezy Sauce if desired.  Makes a great Saturday Brunch!  Enjoy!

1 comment:

Andreas said...

Now this looks like the kind of thing i would like to eat for breakfast! yumm.. i imagine it would be good with some kind of garlicky thick yoghurt or soft cheese too?