Mother’s Day is just one week away! Do you have anything planned for your mama?
Lots of people go out to eat to celebrate – but the restaurants will be crowded! In fact, it is one of the busiest days of the year for restaurants. So, why not make a delicious meal for mom right at home? Breakfast in bed is always a hit, but if you don’t live with your dear ol’ mama this may not be an option anymore. So, why not serve up a brunch for the whole fam – celebrating mom.
I’ve got a recipe for a hearty hash that is sure to please the palates of even the hungriest man, but that is classy enough to impress mom.
:: Potato, Asparagus, and Mushroom Hash
4 to 6 medium to large yellow (Yukon Gold) potatoes
1 bunch of asparagus stalks
4 oz (1/2 of a typical carton) of button mushrooms
2 cloves of garlic
Wash, peel, and chop the potatoes into small chunks for hash browns (also called home fries). Heat a griddle plate or large skillet over medium high heat. Add the coconut oil into the skillet/griddle and add potatoes. Fry the potatoes up until browned and then flip. Continue to brown and toss/turn. Don’t move them around too much though, you want them to brown up and get crispy.
While potatoes are frying up, wash and chop asparagus into bite sized pieces. Then, chop the mushrooms into quarters. Mince the garlic. Add a little olive oil to a second skillet and turn the pan to medium high heat. Add the asparagus and garlic and saute until they get a little brown then add some water just to allow the asparagus to cook a little more and soften without burning them. Once the asparagus is almost done add the mushrooms in. Cook until all liquid has cooked out and the vegetables are tender.
Stir the mushrooms, asparagus, and potatoes together. Serve with fried eggs and some whole wheat toast or biscuits. Don’t forget the juice or the jelly!! And, breakfast is always tastier with fresh flowers on the table. (:
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