In honor of Saint Patrick’s Day, this month’s theme for the love blog hop is #Irishlove. Not only does this include Irish-themed meals, it also includes all Irish-themed ingredients: potatoes, cabbage, Guiness beer….um……okay, that may be all the Irish ingredients I know.
We don’t cook with a ton of potatoes, but this recipe was one of our recent favorites. Cubed potatoes, sweet butternut squash, salty prosciutto, and creamy eggs.
This is comfort food at its best: simple, hot, fast, and a comfort dish you feel good about eating.
What surprised me most about it was how much flavor the dried sage and prosciutto added to the dish. You really don’t need a lot, but you definitely want to keep it in the dish because it really makes it.
As I mentioned, this post is part of the love blog hop. Throughout March, we will be posted our Irish-themed recipes and linking them together. This weekend, you can check out other recipes at the blogs of my co-hosts:
Jennifer @ Leave No Scone Unturned | @Foodie2Choux
Mary @ Franny Cakes | @frannycakesblog
Serena @ Teaspoon of Spice | @tspcurry
Susan @ The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen | @littleredkitchn
TR @ No One Likes Crumbley Cookies | @TRCrumbley
If you are a blogger and post any recipes that contain Irish-themed ingredients or Irish-themed dishes, please link up. We would love to have you!
What’s your favorite way to eat potatoes?