…. has been hard to find inspiration for. But I’ve discovered a winning combination that is so good, nice and easy, and tasty.
We’ve started receiving potatoes from our CSA, and last year they just piled up into a giant mound of potatoes. This year I’m trying to use a few each week. For dinner, I’ll chop up a few (they’re small, so usually about 4-5) into small cube-ish pieces, let those fry in a frying pan for 15-20 minutes, stirring every now and then to let the various sides get browned, then dump potatoes in a bowl. Cut up some cherry tomatoes, green onions, avocado to go on top. Plop a fried egg on top of that. Yum.
Yesterday I spiced up the hash brown part with some jerk spice I bought at work. I love the jerk spice! When we were in Costa Rica, we went to Puerto Viejo and had brunch at Bread and Chocolate. P had this AMAZING plate of hash browns in jerk sauce. If they sold the sauce I would have left clothes behind to bring back 4 bottles. So good. The dinner I made wasn’t saucy, but a little spice mix goes a long way.