Seasonal eating is a great way to ensure that you’re getting the freshest, most delicious produce available! It’s also the most economical (I think economical sounds better than cheap:)). Where I live we have an awesome service that delivers local, organic food that’s in season right to my doorstep every week! Oh yeah…you heard me…I know it sounds too good to be true. It really is amazing. Anyhow, each week in my box I receive an assortment of fruits and vegetables (and whatever else I order) according to what’s fresh, in season and ripe. And right now, what’s in season is apples and sweet potatoes!
I think that the term “hash” is a lovely way to say “throw a bunch of things in a skillet and call it a party”, because let’s face it- you can pretty much throw anything into a pan, cook it up, add some spices and call it a hash! It’s really a fantastic way to use up produce that’s about to go bad. In the case of this particular hash, my produce box was set to be delivered the following day so I was anxious to use up what I already had and what I had left. I think it turned out quite delicious!
I utilized this Autumn Harvest Hash as a main dish. I felt I could do so because I included chicken thighs, which to me qualify it as a meal, not just a side dish! However if you wanted to use it as a side dish, you most certainly could. Just omit the chicken.
Try out this delicious recipe!
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