All you need are a few random veggies, some eggs and bacon, and this fabulous Kitchen Sink Hash is born! A satisfying nutritious meal for dinner, lunch or breakfast.
This week I’ve been talking about this Whole30 program that so many people are doing right now. And as I was looking up what this actually entailed, I immediately thought about this recipe.
Little did I know that my Kitchen Sink Hash recipe creation is actually Whole30 compliant and totally worthy of sharing with you guys.
Yes I am a food blogger and most of my food photos look polished and pretty. But that is not all the time. Trust me. Most lunches or lazy dinners are created with whatever ingredients I have on hand.
This recipe is one of those random creations.
I tend to make this a lot in the summer months when I end up with so many veggies from the farmers market. The great thing is that you can use winter vegetable too!
Another thing to love about this recipe is that you can get picky eaters to enjoy eating veggies! It doesn’t hurt that mixed in with the green beans, peppers and avocado are pan fried potatoes, bacon and a lovely fried egg.
Today we had green beans, an orange bell pepper, avocado, potatoes (it is a hash after all), bacon and eggs. So that’s what we did!
Some of my favorite variations to this recipe include swapping in black beans, corn, zucchini, tomatoes, sweet potatoes instead of Yukon golds, jalapenos, asparagus, sausage instead of bacon, and guacamole instead of chopped up avocados. Possibilities are endless so get creative!
And now, I give you one of the hub’s favorite meals and my very own random creation: Kitchen Sink Hash.