Breakfast Hash With Goat Cheese And Sage

Hi Loves,

Here is another quick little breakfast post that I've been dying to do, I hope you all love this as much as my husband and I did! So, in the cold weather, I just love me some comfort food and when I think comfort food for breakfast I think potato hash!! No matter what time of year it is, potato hash makes an amazing breakfast but the starchy warmth is great to get you ready for the long drive to work in the cold. The stars of this dish are the multicolored fingerling potatoes; no, not like brown skin, yellow skin, red skin, but purple flesh! This particular bunch of potatoes comes pre-mixed from Fresh Thyme Farmer's Market and includes potatoes with purple, yellow and purple-pink flesh. Without further ado, lets get started loves.

List of ingredients

Fingerling Potatoes - I used about 3 cups, cut up in cubes (it's not REQUIRED to do multi-colored but it makes it more fun.)
Goat cheese - 1/3 of a cup, crumbled
Medium Yellow Onion -1 whole, chopped roughly
Garlic - 2 cloves, mashed
Extra Virgin olive oil - 2 Tablespoons
Sage - 2 teaspoon, chopped finely
Freshly Ground Black Pepper - 1/3 Teaspoon
Salt to taste

                                            They look a little like this after they're all cut up :)

Once you have the potatoes chopped up into little cubes you'll want a medium sized skillet put on about medium-high heat with the some olive oil. When the oil is heated, toss in the potatoes and you will want to cook them covered so they cook evenly and quicker without burning, stirring occasionally. I only cooked the potatoes with olive oil until it was completely cooked before I added the onions. Once the onions got golden brown I added the garlic and the sage, warming them through. I went ahead and seasoned it after everything was cooked.

Let the potatoes cook a couple minutes more to let the seasoning sink in then toss them into your favorite serving dish. Apparently my favorite serving dish, today, was a quiche tray. Just go ahead and crumble the goat cheese with your hands over the dish of potatoes. To make it all pretty I tossed a quick sprig of fresh sage on top.

There you have it! This is the picture I took before my ravenous husband tossed two thirds of it in a container to take to work. I hope you like it as much as I did! Please comment and share! Thank you!

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