Breakfast Hash – Paleo & Keto Friendly

 

I feel really guilty about calling this a recipe as such, because it’s really just a few things thrown into a pan! I had seen a recipe online described as ‘hash’, using minced beef and some veg and that’s where the title comes from. I didn’t have most of the ingredients for the recipe I saw, so I winged it (my favourite word for bluffing something). Luckily it paid off and I’ve been eating it ever since.

This dish is so easy to make (not to mention quick!) that it’s perfect for those nights when you just can’t be bothered to be slogging over a hot stove. The ingredients can be tweaked to use what you have in your fridge or cupboard, you can also adjust what spices you use.

I feel really guilty about calling this a recipe as such, because it’s really just a few things thrown into a pan! I had seen a recipe online described as ‘hash’, using minced beef and some veg and that’s where the title comes from. I didn’t have most of the ingredients for the recipe I saw, so I winged it (my favourite word for bluffing something). Luckily it paid off and I’ve been eating it ever since.

This dish is so easy to make (not to mention quick!) that it’s perfect for those nights when you just can’t be bothered to be slogging over a hot stove. The ingredients can be tweaked to use what you have in your fridge or cupboard, you can also adjust what spices you use.

Breakfast Hash - Paleo & Keto Friendly
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This dish is super tasty, versatile and really easy to make. Use whatever veggies you have in the cupboard or fridge and whatever spices you like. Have it for breakfast to get you through the day or as a main meal served with Zoodles.
Servings Prep Time
1 5
Cook Time
12
Servings Prep Time
1 5
Cook Time
12
Breakfast Hash - Paleo & Keto Friendly
Print Recipe
This dish is super tasty, versatile and really easy to make. Use whatever veggies you have in the cupboard or fridge and whatever spices you like. Have it for breakfast to get you through the day or as a main meal served with Zoodles.
Servings Prep Time
1 5
Cook Time
12
Servings Prep Time
1 5
Cook Time
12
Ingredients
Optional
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Heat the coconut oil in a skillet/ pan and add the minced beef. Cook until the meat has browned (2-3 min)
  2. Once browned, add in the onions, garlic, butternut squash and seasoning and cook until the squash has softened. If you have a lid - cover the pan to help keep the heat in, and speed up the cooking process.
  3. Add the water as and when needed (you might not need any), add in the pak choy and cook for a further 2-3 minutes, until the steams have softened
  4. Optionally you can serve this with some 'zoodles'. To make Zoodles, julienne peel a large courgette to make like noodles. Add these into the pan and cook for 2 - 3 minutes. Or steam In a separate pan for 2 minutes. and enjoy
  5. Serve and enjoy
Recipe Notes

Substitutions

You can easily swap the pak choi for kale or spinach (I often use frozen spinach if I am out of pak choi).

I'd you don't have spring onions, use normal white ones or even red.

Don't like garlic or spices? - don't add any! The seasoning is entirely up to you. You an use as much or as little as you like, just remember to keep track of what you use if you follow a ketogenic diet,as they will add up to carbs!

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