Vegan Sweet Potato Chorizo Hash

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The next three recipes are dedicated to sweet potatoes. Sweet, starchy, versatile, and oh so bright, I love sweet potatoes because they can be served as breakfast, dinner, or dessert.

Vegan Sweet Potato Chorizo Hash

2 medium sweet potatoes–diced
1/4 red bell pepper–diced
1/4 yellow bell pepper–diced
1/4 green bell pepper–diced
2 cloves garlic
1/2 jalapeno
1/4 red onion–diced
1/4 cup shredded carrots
3/4 cup soy chorizo
5 tablespoons olive oil
salt/pepper
bunch chopped fresh parsley

*Prick sweet potatoes with a fork. Cover with dampened paper towel. Microwave for 3 minutes. Flip. Microwave for three more minutes. Set aside to cool. Dice.

*Dice onions, peppers, garlic. Heat frying pan to medium. Saute onions, carrots, and peppers in 2 tablespoons of oil for four minutes. Add garlic and saute until all vegetables are soft. Remove from pan.

* Add remaining oil to the same pan. Saute diced sweet potatoes until crispy. Add onions, garlic, carrots, and peppers. Add soy chorizo, salt and pepper to taste. Serve with fresh parsley.

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  1. yum!