Florentine Hash Skillet

The recipe for Florentine Hash Skillet was found in an article (in Eating Well magazine) on healthy, fast breakfasts, and is a rarity I couldn’t pass up:  a recipe for one serving!  Of course, I also couldn’t pass it up since it has just 226 calories and is a good source of vitamin A, folate, calcium and iron. Oh, AND it takes about 10 minutes to make, start to finish!

As usual, I deviated slightly from the original recipe.  First, I had fresh spinach so I used that rather than frozen (I cooked the potatoes a little by themselves since fresh spinach didn’t need the same time in the skillet that frozen would have required).  Also, as you can see from my photo, I added some additional vegetables to the recipe.  I had sliced mushrooms, diced red peppers, seeded grape tomatoes and sliced black olives (left over from homemade pizzas with friends the night before).

I don’t use any kind of rating system, but rest assured, all recipes I post have been delicious enough to be deemed “blog worthy”.  This one is no exception!

(Full recipe can be found on the recipe tab, above)

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