One-pan meals are my latest love affair. I love combining all sorts of different foods together to create a delicious and nutritious experience. It seems the sky is the limit and I am forever experimenting with this cooking concept. (To be honest, it might even qualify as an obsession.)
But no matter what concoctions I put together, the most requested one-pan meal I’ve ever invented is my chorizo hash. Everyone loves this spicy meal and it works for all times of day.
Oh, and don’t let me forget to mention — the best part of making this one-pan chorizo hash is that both the preparation and clean up are ultra-simple.
Crowd-Pleasing One-Pan Chorizo Hash
The best part of one-pan meal-making is that both the preparation and clean up are ultra-simple.
- 1 lb chorizo ground or links
- 2 medium sweet potatoes or butternut squash diced
- 1 large onion chopped
- 1 pint chopped mushrooms of choice
- Bag of mixed greens or slaw
- 2 ripe avocados
- Bag of plantain or other baked vegetable "chips"
- 3 stalks of fresh rosemary
- Coconut oil or fat of choice
- Pink Himalayan salt
- Ground black pepper
Heat skillet to medium using fat of choice.
Add onions and mushrooms, cooking until onions are golden in color (about 10 minutes).
Next add potatoes or squash, cooking for another 10 minutes. (You can add in any extra veggies like Brussels sprouts you've got laying around, too.)
Add chorizo, breaking apart if ground or cutting into 1/4-inch rounds if links.
Sprinkle with fresh rosemary.
Add desired amount of salt and pepper, mixing all together.
Cook for about 15 more minutes allowing the flavors to marry together.
Mash avocado and add a little salt to create a simple guacamole side.
Serve with chips over greens or slaw. Enjoy!
If you want to turn this into "breakfast," just put a fried egg on top!
This recipe is compliant on Kickstart, Lifestyle, and Performance — just watch out for your chorizo ingredients!