There is no denying it. I love Kale, and everyone knows it! I don’t know why I love it, but I do, however I only enjoy it in a smoothie or fried – steaming it is gross and I imagine boiling it would have a similar effect on my taste buds.
But here we are again, with more kale and another “simple breakfast” that, when time is in a pinch, you can rustle up in about ten minutes. Funnily enough, it’s also another reason to crack out my skillet. So, here it goes!
1 sweet potato (skinned and cubed)
1 small onion (finely chopped)
1 handful of kale
2 free range eggs
- In a small pan, heat some oil (your choice of what to use, I tend to use olive oil) and add the sweet potato until it begins to gently fry and soften
- Add in the onion and fry until it just starts to become translucent, then add the kale.
- In another frying pan, heat some more oil and add your eggs. Fry them to your liking, however, a runny yolk really helps this recipe.
- Once both pans have finished cooking their contents, serve as you like. Either side by side, or with the eggs on top of the kale “hash”. Then enjoy.
It’s a simple recipe, and it’s not all that groundbreaking, but it’s nice and easy. I don’t for second think I am some top rate chef or a star cook, but it’s these simple, home recipes, that sometimes help others out in a bind. I understand that not everyone has kale or sweet potatoes in as standard, but you probably should once in a while.