Sweet Potato Hash with Slow-cooked Eggs, Fried Brussels Sprouts, and Cochon de Lait

Adapted by StarChefs.com


Sweet Potato Hash
5 large sweet baking potatoes, peeled and cubed
1 cup andouille sausage, diced
2 shallots, finely diced
2 garlic cloves, minced
¼ cup chicken stock
2 tablespoon vadouvan spice
1 teaspoon miso
1 tablespoon house-made Worcestershire
1 tablespoon sriracha chili sauce
1 tablespoon may ploy chilli sauce
1 ½ quart cochon de lait scraps
1 pint quartered Brussels sprouts
house Creole mustard glaze
black pepper
lemon juice
Sherry vinegar
To Assemble and Serve
soft-boiled eggs


For the Sweet Potato Hash:
Blanch the sweet potatoes in a 350°F fryer until soft, reserve.

Render the andouille sausage in a cast iron skillet. Reserve the sausage and caramelize the shallots in the drippings. Add in the garlic, sweet potatoes, chicken stock, vadouvan, miso, Worcestershire, sriracha, and chili sauce. Cook until the mixture becomes heady and delicious. Add in the prepared cochon de lait scraps, and cook until hot throughout.

Fry the quartered Brussels sprouts at 350°F until brown, about thirty seconds to a minute. Toss them in the Creole mustard glaze, season, and add to the hash. Finish the dish with salt, pepper, and a splash each of lemon juice and sherry vinegar.

To Assemble and Serve:
Serve the Sweet Potato Hash under a pile of soft-boiled eggs.