Turkey and Winter Vegetable Hash

My husband is a casserole fan and I am not. Hash is the perfect compromise. Use the recipe as a starting point and substitute in any vegetables or ground meat that sounds good to you. You can also crack an egg on top and let it cook through for an added twist.

I have been trying to cook as seasonal as I can and still get a wide variety of vegetables into my diet. I used mushrooms, sweet potatoes, onions and rainbow chard in this one-pan turkey hash recipe. Bon appetite!



1 pound organic ground turkey

2 sweet potatoes, chopped in small bite-size pieces

8 ounces (1 package) maitake frondosa (hen of the woods) mushrooms, roughly chopped

2 diced onions

1 bunch Swiss chard chopped

2 cloves garlic minced

1 tablespoon olive oil

salt and pepper to taste



Heat the oil in a large saute pan. Add the garlic and onion and saute until opaque. Add the ground turkey, and sweet potatoes. Stir well to mix and break up the turkey.

Add a little water to the pan, cover, and cook over low heat until meat is cooked through and sweet potatoes are soft.

Add the mushrooms and chard and cook until soft.