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Egg-in-the-"tater"-hole

Updated: Sep 27, 2022

A satisfying take on a classic breakfast favorite, our Egg-in-the-'Tater holes are incredibly flavorful and filling. Potatoes are one of the most filling and long-lasting foods available and, as a low cost vegetable, can be eaten frequently without breaking the bank.


With potatoes you get...


  • potassium

  • vitamin B6: important for protein, fat and carbohydrate metabolism and the creation of red blood cells and neurotransmitters.

  • vitamin C: a powerful antioxidant which aids in collagen production for muscle growth and supports iron absorption.

  • iron: important for red blood cell formation, specifically the creation of the protein necessary for carrying oxygen.


Plus, potatoes are naturally gluten-, fat-, sodium-, and cholesterol- free! They can be prepared in a variety of ways for a variety of dishes. In fact, potatoes are present in almost every cuisine in the world! The global MONTHLY consumption of potato per capita is 31.3 kg. Unfortunately, processed potatoes, such as potato chips, make up 64 percent of total US potato consuming.


Recipe:

Pan fry a chopped, baked potato (or thawed, shredded or chopped hash browns) in a little oil.

Once there's a nice crispy edge on the potatoes, push them into an "O" shape. Cook an egg in the center. Season to taste. When the egg is done to your satisfaction, remove from the pan. Top with shredded parmesan and smashed avocado. Add a little red pepper flakes or hot sauce for a little kick on the end. This will definitely set you up for the rest of your day.


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