If I had to pick one thing I like, it would be simple recipes.
The kind that allow you to fill your fridge and freezer with ingredients to make a healthy and delicious meal in no time!
Not complicated or difficult recipes, but ones that work and that I make often.
So please forgive me for posting this almost-too-easy recipe, but I would really appreciate it if you haven’t tried something like this before to consider making these because they are really great!
At the moment I make a lot of these Rösti, or patties as they can be called, because they also make good baby food.
You can use different root vegetables, squash, kale, etc. and combine them with an egg and sometimes some whole grains.
When I make them myself, I top them with a lot of different things, like cream cheese, avocado, salmon, cottage cheese, or almond butter.
It’s a great way to get a serving of veggies without having to make a salad or something like that, which I often don’t have time for at lunch.
The best part?
They freeze perfectly and you can reheat them in the toaster in a minute!
Sweet potato rösti
- 500 g sweet potatoes
- 1 large onion
- 4 large eggs
- 1 tsp salt
- Fresh ground pepper
- Wash and scrub the sweet potatoes.
- Grate the potatoes and the onion and place both in a bowl.
- Whisk in the eggs and season with salt and pepper
- Heat some oil in a frying pan.
- Add some generous spoons of sweet potato mix and flatten them with the backside of the spoon.
- Let them fry on medium heat and be very careful when you flip them. Fry until golden and firm on each side.