Being Irish I have eaten a lot of corned beef hash in my day, but this sweet potato corned beef hash is certainly an upgraded, healthier version. Speaking of health, if you are chronically ill you may want to read on and not skip ahead to the recipe.
I am so excited to update this sweet potato corned beef hash recipe to tell you the second edition of my book Eat Pray Get Well – A Journey from Chronic Illness & Brokenness to Wholeness & Healing has been released. My book not only includes healthy recipes such as this sweet potato corned beef hash, but my journey of illness to health as well as some inspiring new interviews.
What Is New In The Second Edition Of Eat Pray Get Well?
Exclusive interviews with: Doug Kaufmann – Television host of Know the Cause,
Dr. Stephen Sinatra – renowned cardiologist and certified bioenergetic psychotherapist.
Tommy Rosa – Co-author of Health Revelations from Heaven and Earth.
Carol Alt – Supermodel who went from sick to raw foodist.
Joe Cross – Filmmaker and star of award-winning documentary Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead.
Dr. Tracie Leonhardt – Dr. Leonhardt shares her expertise on hormones, thyroid, autoimmune disease, and more…
Inside Eat Pray Get Well Book
If you suffer from Chronic Fatigue, Sinus Infections, Fibromyalgia, Lyme Disease, Food Allergies, Auto Immune Disease, Acid Reflux, Candida, Depression – then this book is an eye opener.
Whether you are running from doctor to doctor in search of the “cause” of your unexplained illness, or simply desire to stay healthy by consuming a diet free of gluten, yeast, corn, wheat, peanuts, and refined sugar, this book will help you on your journey with vibrant whole food recipes.
Our Health Is More Than Just Physical Health
The Eat Pray Get Well book addresses more than just physical health. Erin invites you into her journey of recovering from a difficult childhood, to chronic illness in her adult years as well as recovering from being a junk food junkie.
A story of overcoming decades of chronic illness, a difficult childhood, and food addiction… with 60 recipes free of gluten, wheat, yeast, peanuts, refined sugar ~ Forward written by Doug Kaufmann – TV Host of Know the Cause, can now be purchased here on my blog here and on Amazon.com
- Organic Corned Beef
- Medium Sweet potato
- 3 tsp chopped onion (or more if you like alot of onion)
- Salt to taste
- Pepper to taste
- Paprika to taste
- I also used a pinch of trader Joes everyday seasoning - I love it!
- Top with a fried egg
- I pre-made the sweet potatoes by wrapping them in aluminum foil and placing them in the crock pot on high for 2-3 hours. You want a fork to go easily through potato when inserted but you don't want to overcook the sweet potato it will become mushy. My corned beef was also made the day before in the crockpot. Just place your corned beef in the crock pot with about ¼ cup of water. Cook on high for 4 hours or 8 hours on low.
- Heat ½ tbsp olive oil and 2 tbsp salted butter in frying pan on medium heat. Sautee your onion until translucent and slightly golden. Add potato and cooked corned beef and stir. Add onion, salt, pepper, and paprika. Cook for about 5 minutes until ingredients are hot. Stir occasionally. Top with an egg if desired.