The other great thing about this meal (besides the fact that it is yummy and my whole family loves it and you can have it for any meal) is that it is probably the cheapest paleo breakfast, lunch, or dinner you will ever have. (Not counting things you grow or kill yourself.) It is very tweak-able in terms of ingredients and cooking methods. You can double the meat, halve the potatoes, add other veggies, change the seasonings, whatever you want. This is just what we like to use.
3 lbs. sweet potatoes ($1.49 at Aldi)
salt & pepper
butter or coconut oil
Scrub potatoes. Chop or shred them. (We have a Saladmaster which makes shredding go fast.) Pile in a rimmed cookie sheet (or a 9x13 pan will do). Sprinkle with all the seasonings. Dot generously with butter or coconut oil. Bake at 425 for about 30 minutes or until cooked. Stir once during cooking to distribute the butter or oil.
While the potatoes are cooking, make the sausage...
1 lb. ground turkey ($1.49 at Aldi)
salt & pepper
pinch of ginger
Brown everything together in a skillet.
Then, when the potatoes are done cooking...
Mix up the sausage and hot potatoes and eat everything together! OR, what I like to do is layer the sausage and potatoes together in a pan and cool and place in the refrigerator. Individual servings can be scooped out and heated up and eaten at any time. Also great with scrambled eggs!
If it tells you anything about our family (2 adults and 2 small kids)... we can polish off the entire recipe in one sitting!