I love ham. I love it in the way where I’m reminded of that scene from Anchorman: “Scotchy, scotch, scotch.” Like that.
Anyway, I digress. I don’t usually do a lot of sweet potatoes in the house, not on purpose, just because I forget. But Real Simple recently had a page that showed a few different ways of using them and I got sucked in. 🙂 So… we’re having sweet potato pancakes with our hammy, ham, ham tonight.
It’s simple to do: Mix coarsely grated sweet potatoes with grated onion and chopped fresh sage; season with salt and pepper. Pan-fry spoonfuls of the mixture in olive oil until crisp and cooked through.
Thanks, Real Simple. xoxo.
For those of us paying attention to meal planning and leftover rationing, I cut a boneless ham in half, froze two halves. One half was removed to be baked. We still won’t finish the whole thing, and I’ll be dicing it up for a casserole in a little over a week. Yay for using all of it!