Cassava-bacon hash


4-Cassava bacon hash

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Have you ever run out of options to make breakfast? Are you always on the lookout for something interesting to make that your family would simply love to eat? Are you tired of making the same breakfast day in and day out?

If the answer to above questions is yes, then you have come to the right place. Drilldoggy understands your situation and try to provide you the best possible solutions to all your issues. We have innovative dishes that are fun to make and also tasty to eat. Try the cassava bacon hash recipe to make the day for your loved one’. After all who does not want a bacon hash for breakfast?

We are sure that there are a plethora of similar recipes on the net but it’s the cassava used instead of potato which makes it stand out and healthier than others.  Caveman diet entails that people would stay their healthiest if they consumed food items the way the cavemen had. So take a cue from this dish and begin your day with natural food, just the way any caveman would have done to stay fit.


  • 1 lb cassava root, peeled and chopped into ½’’ chunks
  • 4 organic nitrate-free bacon, diced
  • 1 small onion, diced
  • ½ tsp rubbed sage
  • ½ tsp salt


  • Fill a deep-bottomed saucepan with water and toss the cassava chunks into it.
  • Heat it over medium flame until it starts simmering.
  • Continue to cook likewise for 3-4 minutes or until they are partially cooked and drain them out into a colander; set aside.
  • Dump the diced bacon into a separate pan and fry over medium heat until they crisp up and the fat is rendered.
  • Drain out the bacon onto a paper-towel lined plate using a slotted spoon, and leave the fat in the pan.
  • Throw in the chopped onion and stir fry it in the bacon fat for 4 minutes or until it turns soft.
  • Stir in the cassava and rubbed sage, along with a dash each of seasonings until well combined.