As promised in my very first blog post, I will be posting lots of recipes this winter and upcoming spring! This way of making eggs is so fun compared to a bland piece of toast and is also a perfect way to incorporate some sweet potatoes into your breakfast or lunch. It’s super easy and only uses one pan. Sweet potatoes are currently in season, and you can purchase them at our farmers’ markets from multiple vendors! Last weekend I even got purple sweet potatoes, so good! If you own a spiralizer at home, you can buy sweet potatoes and spiralize them yourself, if not you can purchase already spiralized sweet potatoes at most grocery stores.
- 1 sweet potato, spiralized
- 2 tsp oil of choice
- 3 eggs
- Salt & pepper
1. Spiralize sweet potato. Heat a cast iron skillet or pan over medium heat, coat pan with oil of choice & cook sweet potato until tender
2. Form the spiralized potatoes into three nests and crack an egg into each
3. Cover and cook for 2-5 minutes or until the white sets, season with salt & pepper
As seen in the picture I added some red pepper flakes, cilantro, and cholula hot sauce…add whatever spices and herbs you love, enjoy!