eggs- 2 for the frittersthen 2 per person fried for the stack
Canadian Bacon – we used 2 slices per stack
2Tbsolive oil for the frittersplus whatever fat you would like to fry them in
salt and pepper to taste
dash of cayenne or paprika for extra seasoning - optional
Chop red pepper and onion
Saute pepper and onion on medium heat until onion is translucent – about 5 minutes
Peel and shred you sweet potato by hand with a grater or in a food processor. I used 1 large potato which made about 4 cups shredded – enough to make about 6 large fritters.
In a medium-size bowl, add 2 eggs, raw shredded sweet potato, sauteed onions and red pepper
Season with salt and pepper, plus any other seasonings you would like. We added some cayenne for a little extra kick.
Mix everything together with your hands
Heat your stovetop burner to medium. Stovetop temps vary – adjust lower or higher. You just don't want the heat too high – it will burn the outside of the fritter and it will not be cooked all the way through. Also, make sure you have plenty of oil in the pan.
Form fritters into patties
Fry fritters until golden on one side, then flip and cook the other side. About 5 minutes per side.
Fry your canadian bacon
Next cook your eggs any way you like them, fried or scrambled – we did sunny side up
Now stack those puppies up! Sweet potato fritter first, the Canadian bacon next, and finally top with your eggs!
Grab a fork and knife, and enjoy!
Keyword eggs, fritters, Canadian bacon, paleo
Paleo Breakfast Stack Recipe https://www.paleonewbie.com/goodbye-mcmuffin-hello-paleo-stack/ June 30, 2013