Salmon & Sweet Potato Hash with Cilantro Lime Dressing
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I found SO many wonderful recipes this weekend that I was just dying to make. (You people really need to stop with the incredible creations. I want them all!) Alas, there is only so much money to be spent, time to be had, and mouths to feed (read: mine) that I could only make a few… really good ones.
Pull up a chair, a computer, a cup of coffee and/or tea, and eat your heart out. But not literally because that would be a waste of a perfectly good heart. (can you tell it’s early…? or late. I get weird at random times)
A dish inspired from My Life as a Mrs. was first on my list of recipes to conquer…
One word: WOW.
Two words: Make. Now.
Three words: E A S Y, peasy, pleasey…?
Whatever, you get the idea.
(Paleo) Salmon & Sweet Potato Hash with Cilantro Lime Dressing
Aka: Worthy of Wordlessness. 😉
- 1/2 cup shredded sweet potato (1/2 large potato)
- 1 can of wild-caught salmon (Lazy, yes. Easy, definitely)
- 1 egg
- salt, pepper, cumin, red pepper, garlic powder
Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Heat a large sautee pan on high heat. Grease pan and spoon hash into two even patties. Reduce heat to medium and cook for about 7 minutes on each side, flipping once.
While salmon & sweet potato hash is cooking, start your cilantro lime dressing.
THE CILANTRO LIME DRESSING
- 1 cup Greek yogurt (or sour cream or vegan sub)
- 1 cup cilantro, roughly chopped
- 1 clove garlic, crushed
- juice from 1-2 limes (about 2-3 tbsp, or sub lemon juice)
- 1/2 tsp salt
- pepper, to taste
After chopping the cilantro and crushing the garlic, place all ingredients into a bowl, mixing well.
Top your salmon hash with plenty of cilantro lime goodness. You may use more of less of any of the ingredients here. It’s a throw-and-go type of recipe. No black and white. And the addition of the garlic really gives this a spicy kick… in a good way.
Now, this dish is the easiest thing ever and tastes wonderful. Please feel free to sub, add, subtract anything you’d like. That’s the way a recipe should be: Versatile.
Now go make this my little bloggies… and report back! I want to know how you made this your recipe.