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Delicious (and Healthy) Hash Recipes

Tempeh Bacon Hash

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Wondering what tempeh bacon is? It's a delicious and nutritious alternative to meat. This recipe combines the plant-powered protein with a flavorful blend of spices and peppers. Omnivores and carnivores alike will go crazy for this hash.

Get the recipe: Tempeh Bacon Hash

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Shaved Brussels Sprouts Hash with Poached Egg

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Did you know Brussels sprouts are loaded with vitamin K and vitamin C? Vitamin K is essential for bone health and blood clotting, while vitamin C is a stellar antioxidant (keeping your immunity strong, especially this time of year). 

Get the recipe: Shaved Brussels Sprouts Hash with Poached Egg

Related: 10 Seriously Addictive Brussels Sprout Recipes

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Sausage and Sweet Potato Hash

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Healthy eating doesn't mean you can't have sausage. This delicious hash has flavor-packed links combined with vitamin A–boasting sweet potatoes. Saute them together and you've got yourself a breakfast that you'll want for lunch and dinner too.

Get the recipe: Sausage and Sweet Potato Hash

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Green Peas and Sweet Potato Hash

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Everybody has a bag of frozen green peas. Use this staple and whip up a delicious meal in minutes, filled with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Yep, green peas aren't just a "starchy veg"—they're a nutrient powerhouse!

Get the recipe: Green Peas and Sweet Potato Hash

Related: Health Sweet Potato Recipes

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Gluten-Free San Antonio Hash

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Smoky and spicy blend together in this Southwestern hash. This recipe uses lean ground beef to deliver a dose of protein, iron, and vitamin B12. But the hidden secret to this hash is its pinto bean gravy. This will take blending meat and plant protein to a whole new level.

Get the recipe: Gluten-Free San Antonio Hash

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Pumpkin Hash

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This recipe uses a small baking pumpkin to create a flavor-packed hash that's filled with fiber, which keeps you fuller for longer, plus vitamin A to keep your eyesight sharp. (Try these Delicious Ways to Cook with Pumpkin)

Get the recipe: Pumpkin Hash

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One-Pot Kale Hash with Pacific Food Bone Broth

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Have you jumped on the bone broth trend yet? Well, if you haven't, this healthy one-pot kale hash is the perfect way to start. Bone broth is touted for its healing properties and its easily digestible essential vitamin and mineral content.

Get the recipe: One-Pot Kale Hash with Pacific Food Bone Broth

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Cheesy Pepper and Onion Hash Browns

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This dish provides calcium and vitamin D from the cheese, but also prebiotics from onions. Throw in the fiber from the peppers and you've got yourself an excellent side dish.

Get the recipe: Cheesy Pepper and Onion Hash Browns

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Avocado Hash with Eggs

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Think beyond avocado toast. Not only does this recipe provide you with heart-healthy unsaturated fatty acids from those avocado chunks, but you also get calcium from the cheese and flavor from the bacon.

Get the recipe: Avocado Hash with Eggs

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