Inspiration: I’ve seen a lot of chorizo and sweet potato hash recipes all over the web for a few years, and it’s one of those ideas that I’ve always wanted to try. It’s a recipe that could be great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Excellent.
What We Loved: This was one of those dishes that was a great contrast between spicy and sweet. The chorizo had a great spicy kick, and the sweet potatoes and peppers were both nice and sweet. I thought it was interesting that the two sweet ingredients provided different kinds of sweet – the peppers had a nice, tangy sort of sweet, while the potatoes were more in the line of sugary sweet. Combined with the spicy sausage, some browned onions, and a nice bit of salt, the flavor profile was really quite lovely.
Tips: I really went simple with this dish, which is good if that’s what you’re looking for. If you’d like to complicate things a bit, though, I think that cilantro or black beans would be a good addition, and sour cream or goat cheese would be nice toppings.
Chorizo and Sweet Potato Hash with Pimiento Peppers
Source: Original Recipe
1 lb chorizo sausage
2 small sweet potatoes, diced
1 small onion, diced
1 4 oz jar pimiento peppers, diced
Kosher salt and black pepper
1. Place the chorizo, sweet potatoes, onion, and peppers in a large saute pan over medium heat. Season to taste with Kosher salt and black pepper.
2. Cover and cook, stirring often, until the chorizo is cooked through and the sweet potatoes are softened, about 15-20 minutes.
Wow That Looks good you did a great job on your dish.Great Picture too.
Thanks and thanks! :)
You are welcome that dish you made is awesome !!!
Haven’t tried hash in FOREVER, this sounds like a must-do in the future :)
Thank you! Next week I’ll be posting a corned beef hash….another favorite!
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God do I love this recipe….Thank you Ms. Carrie!!!!
Have you ever tried trader joe’s soy chorizo? It has all the great spicy flavor as chorizo, but it’s healthier. I love the stuff!
No, I have not tried it! But I am of the mind that regular chorizo is healthy, so long as it’s from well-fed and humanely raised animals :)
Looks really yummy. That would make a great brunch companion for eggs.
Thank you! And I agree – that’s a great idea for serving. Next time I’ll try that!
This looks terrific! And corned beef hash is next? Damn. I need to get out of this low-carb routine soon…
Potatoes are good carbs though, right? :)
Oh my goodness…I want some right now!
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Looks great! I love corned beef hash, but never would have thought of sweet potato and chorizo. Are the jarred pimiento peppers easy to find? I don’t think I’ve ever seen them.
Thank you! I’m not sure how easy the jarred peppers are to find – I get them at Whole Foods in the Mexican food section.
I love the idea of sweet potatoes with the spice of the chorizo..will try!
Thanks! It’s really a good combination of spicy and sweet :)
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