Fast forward to a time when I realized hash doesn't have to be bad. Homemade hash is good. Downright fantastic, in fact, when made with fresh ingredients. This hash screams to be topped with a runny egg; there is no reason to say no.
Sweet potatoes, caraway seeds and tart green apples combine to let this hash recipe skip right to graduate school.
Step away from canned food, you'll be fat and happy with tasty, fresh hash for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Fat and Happy Food Blog Tips and Techniques: A key to getting crunchy, browned potatoes in your hash is to remove as much moisture from them before cooking. You will be wowed at how much liquid comes out of the potatoes when you squeeze them in a potato ricer. If you don't have a ricer, roll the potatoes in a dish towel and squeeze as hard as possible.
Cook the 4 eggs as desired.