Paleo Bacon&Potato Hash

Paleo Bacon & Potato Hash {Ready in 15 minutes!}

Bacon and Potato Hash has quickly become a household favorite. It is paleo— meaning everything is a meat or vegetable. The paleo rule book says to stay away from potatoes as much as possible, but not always. They’re perfect for this dish. 

This hash is easy peasy lemon squeezey! It’s usually ready in about 15 minutes. We’ve eaten it for both breakfast and supper.  No complaints from anyone. Sometimes I up the protein content by adding eggs into it, or serving them on the side. Eggs are always quick and easy addition to up a protein content. 

My husband would claim that it’s actually #brinner when I make breakfast for dinner… 

-Haley

This dish holds well in the refrigerator for a few days, and I’ve enjoyed it for lunch at work. 

Also, the ingredients pair well with different sauces. But adding any sauce would not be #paleo. If you made it without sugar, you would be making it #Whole30 compliant. That’s up to you. Sauces that we’ve enjoyed with the has are organic ketchup, Polynesian sauce, BBQ sauce and one child likes it with ranch. 

Ingredients:

  • 1 lb of bacon
  • 4 white/ yellow potatoes
  • 1 medium onion
  • 1 cup of chopped peppers (any color)
  • pepper to taste
Bacon can be cut into various sizes. I don’t waste time pulling them apart because as they cook, they separate.

Instructions:

  1. Cut the bacon into smaller slices. (I have done all sorts of sizes. The smaller the better for biting, in my opinion, it’s easier and quicker to not chop too much.) Place bacon in medium size skillet with high edges. Let the bacon simmer.
  2. Chop the potatoes into bite sizes while bacon is starting to simmer. Use the bacon’s fat to your advantage. Add potatoes. 
  3. Chop onions and peppers. Add to pan. 
  4. Optional: Mushrooms, corn, eggs. If adding eggs, wait until the dish is essentially done cooking. The eggs will cook quickly. 
  5. Add pepper to taste. (You may desire salt, too, but bacon is usually salty enough for me). 
  6. Serve. Enjoy!

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