{paleo} acorn squash hash

This was one of my favorite breakfast experiments during the paleo challenge! It can really be any combination of stuff you have on hand.

The basics:
-about 6 cups of cooked acorn squash
-diced ham
-diced onions and peppers
-olive oil
-salt and pepper to taste

To make:
-cook the onions and peppers on the stove in a little olive oil until the onions are getting translucent and browned, add the diced ham (we used ham steak from Whole Foods) and cook until heated.
-them stir in the acorn squash and just sorta move it around in the pan every so often so that it gets browned in areas. There really is no science here! One weekend we made this and our burners were occupied with other things so we spread it out on a cookie sheet (one with sides – ya know, a jelly roll pan! Or use a 13×9 dish) and bake it till browned and maybe a little crispy on top.

We baked a dish of egg/egg whites and then breakfasts were set for the whole week and all I had to do was take a bit of each, pop them in the microwave, and I was set! Super tasty 🙂




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