Breakfast hash purples

Yield: 1 servings

Measure Ingredient
1 each Purple potatoes
1 each Green Onions (amount
\N \N According to taste)
1 each Garlic (amount according to
\N \N Taste)
1 each Red peppers (amount
\N \N According to taste)
1 each Salt
1 each Pepper
1 each Cayenne pepper powder or
\N \N Paprika (depending on heat
\N \N Desired)

Soak the purple potatoes in a bowl of water for about a half an hour.

This makes it very easy to scrub the skins, eliminating the need to peel them and lose those nutrients. After scrubbing, pat them dry and cut them into approximately ¾" cubes. Be careful where you cut them, as they can stain (purple potato juice!). Put them in a mixing bowl. Wash, trim, and slice the green onions. Add to potatoes. Finely chop the garlic and add to potatoes. Wash and cut up the red peppers to taste. I like fairly large hunks of sweet red pepper. Add salt, pepper, and pepper powder to taste.

Spray a little bit of pam or other cooking spray in a non-stick roasting pan. Bake in a 400-degree oven for approximately ½ hour.

This time will vary with the size and amount of the potato pieces.

Stir occasionally while baking. I have found that ensuring that they lie in a single layer works the best and yields a crispy, not soggy, crust on the potatoes.

Sorry about the approximate amounts. I make this different every time. We find that the combination of purple, green, red, and white makes a dish that is a visual delight. It's also a low fat replacement for those greasy breakfast hash browns.

Source: original.

Posted by GILLIAM@... (S. Gilliam) to the Fatfree Digest [Volume 16 Issue 13] Mar. 17, 1995.

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