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Rosemary Turkey Hash

With this snap of cold weather, I wanted a hearty and comforting dish and decided on rosemary turkey hash. I put a twist on one of my favorite potato hash dishes for a quick and easy meal to ward off the cold, while still giving balance.

As a southern gal, I love all types of greens and in this hash I used collards but you can certainly change it up with kale or even spin if if preferred. Check out the recipe below.


2 cups of diced sweet potato (~2 medium)

1 cup sweet yellow onion

3 gloves minced garlic

2 cups thinly sliced collard greens

1 lb ground turkey

1 tbsp apple cider vinegar

1/2 tbsp dried rosemary

1 tbsp onion powder

1 tbsp garlic powder

Salt and coarse black pepper to taste

1 cup of water 

1 tsp oil


  1. Rinse greens and remove stems. Cut large leaves in half longwise. Stack, then slice thinly.
  2. Add to a medium pot or pan with half the water and the apple cider vinegar. Top it with a lid and bring to a boil.
  3. While that boils, rinse and slice potatoes in half. Cut into strips and then cubes.
  4. Add potatoes and the rest of the water. Season with half of the seasoning and let simmer for 10 minutes. 
  5. While that cooks, diced onion and mince the garlic. 
  6. Remove greens and potatoes into a bowl.
  7. Add onion, garlic, oil and ground turkey to the pan to brown. Use the remainder of the seasoning and stir well. 
  8. Once cooked, add the potatoes and greens back in and stir well.
  9. Let simmer on low heat for 5 minutes.
  10. Enjoy.