Pytt i panna with ham & sunny eggs
Meat
20 Min
very easy
4 People
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Pytt i panna means ‘little pieces in a pan’ and is a lovely one-pan Swedish hash featuring root vegetables, spring onions and ham. Topped with a sunny side up fried egg and served with beets and lightly steamed broccolini, this dish is sure to be a winner!

No pork option - replacement is 4-pack beef sausages.
1. Heat a large pan with 2 tbsp oil / butter over medium-high heat. Add vegetables and cook, stirring occasionally.

2. Slice and add spring onions (see notes), ham and thyme leaves (use to taste). Cook for 15 minutes or until root vegetables are golden and tender. Season to taste with salt and pepper.

3. Quarter the beetroots and dress with 1/2 tbsp vinegar, salt and pepper.

4. Heat a large frypan with 2cm water. Trim and halve broccolini lengthways, add to pan and cook for 2-3 minutes, covered. Season with salt and pepper, toss with a knob of butter and transfer to a serving bowl.

5. Reheat frypan with oil, cook eggs to your liking.

6. Divide pytt i panna and serve with broccolini and beetroot. Top with a fried egg.

Notes:
Use the whole spring onion, both the white and green part! To quickly remove thyme leaves - place your fingers at the bottom of the stem, hold upside down and firmly slide the leaves down.

Chop broccolini and add to the pytt i panna if preferred (for the last 5 minutes).

No pork option - replacement is 4-pack beef sausages.
Cook sausages, chop and add to pan with vegetables.
diced root vegetables 1kg
spring onions 1/2 bunch
diced ham 1 packet (200g)
thyme 1/2 packet
cooked beetroot 1 packet
broccolini 1 bunch
free-range eggs 6-pk

From your pantry:
oil + butter (for cooking), salt, pepper, red wine vinegar