If there’s one thing I love, for breakfast, lunch (great leftovers), or dinner, it’s a quick vegetable hash. The opportunities are endless, and they’re easy. It’s a great way to get a filling, healthy meal all-in-one.
Mushroom Tomato Brussels Hash
- 1 bag shredded Brussels sprouts
- 6 slices of bacon, chopped
- 1/2 yellow onion, diced
- 2 cups cherry tomatoes, halved
- 1 package white mushrooms
- Kosher salt/pepp
- Garlic powder
- Chili flakes
I began by cooking the chopped bacon in the pan, and then added the onion. I seasoned with kosher salt/pepp, garlic powder and chili flakes, and let the onion cook until it started to become transparent. I added the entire bag of shredded Brussels sprouts, and continued tossing until they started to cook down. I added the mushrooms, and let them cook until they were no longer firm. Last, I added the halved cherry tomatoes, and continued gently tossing until the tomatoes were warm. Nom!
I enjoyed it with a fresh avocado and some fresh berries 🙂
The other night Seth suggested we make a spicy steak salad-I do the salad and he does the meat. This works well for us when we’re in the kitchen: he’s the meat and I’m the fruits and veggies.
Spicy Steak Salad
- Organic lettuce mix, whatever you prefer
- Diced red onion
- Halved grape tomatoes
- 1 avocado, diced
- Cilantro, chopped, A LOT of cilantro
- Grass fed thin steak, seasoned to your liking
Since we wanted some spice, Seth threw a couple different kinds of pepper in a grinder to get them very fine, then used this dry rub on the steak before grilling [warning, can be very spicy when finely ground!].
I typically use an organic herb lettuce mix, as most times, it contains cilantro (as well as a few other fresh herbs) anyway 🙂 I use kitchen shears to cut lettuce for any salad I make, it just makes it so much easier to eat when you don’t have those big hunks of lettuce that I hate!
I tossed all of the veggies into a bowl and then threw in the cubed, fresh grilled steak, and dressed it in a light olive oil, lemon, and lime juice mixture.