By far one of the best ways to ensure you’re getting a healthy diet AND to control your calorie intake without counting a single calorie is to load up your meals with veggies.
This super simple bacon hash is a perfect example of how to clean up and nutrient pack a traditionally less healthy recipe. It takes no time at all to make and you can simply mix up your ingredients with whatever is hanging around in your fridge!! Stick to appropriate veggies for a low FODMAP version.
Veggie Packed Bacon Hash
Fry the bacon in a large, heavy frying pan, then remove and set aside.
Saute the sweet potato in some butter, ghee or oil for about 5 minutes.
Add the courgette and pepper (and any other harder vegetables you are using) and cook for a further few minutes before adding the cabbage and lastly the kale (or any other softer vegetables) for the last few minutes.
Throw in the bacon and give it all a good mix together.
Meanwhile, fry or poach your eggs in a separate pan. When ready, dish up the hash into bowls and place the cooked egg on top.