Chorizo and Caramelized Sweet Potato Hash with a Poached Egg

I love living in Dayton, but since being here, I have been seriously craving some authentic Mexican food. I used to think people were full of crap when they complained that you can’t get good Mexican in the mid west, but now I can kind of see their point. It isn’t that Mexican restaurants in Ohio don’t have some delicious offerings in their own right, but they are often unarguably Americanized menus. Think a lot of cheese on almost everything. So when I saw an episode of Unique Eats on the Cooking Channel featuring kitchens across the country doing twists on Mexican and Latin food, I was inspired. And it led me to creating a chorizo and caramelized sweet potato hash that probably isn’t “authentic” Mexican either, but it was pretty darn good, and I did learn how to make my own red chili sauce, so that is something.  Continue reading Chorizo and Caramelized Sweet Potato Hash with a Poached Egg