Perfect for breakfast, brunch or dinner, this sweet potato hash is especially easy because this time, it is made in the oven, so you don’t have to stand at the stove, stirring a pan of hash. Enjoy this hearty meal with chorizo and topped with a fried egg and hot sauce.
For breakfast or dinner, this colorful sweet potato chickpea hash is a cozy bit served over buttery popovers.
Perfect for a winter weekend breakfast or lazy lunch, a take on the classic comfort food Croque Monsier sandwich swaps bread for a hash brown waffle.
Pan roasted brussels sprouts and cabbage serve as a rich, spicy base to luscious oven baked farm eggs.
Did you know that sweet potatoes aren’t just orange? You can find them in purple and white. Combine them with an egg and ham to start a fall day right.
Bursting with cumin, garlic, and chili, this hash has spice to contrast the buttery potatoes. Add an egg to the mix, and you’re in breakfast business.
Use up odd leftovers with an easy hash complete with a runny egg. Top with grated cheese and hot sauce for a filling breakfast or a quick dinner.
Take some time on a weekend morning to cook up this hearty breakfast to fuel your family for the rest of the day.
Black pudding is a blood sausage traditionally eaten for breakfast in Ireland.
This Spiced Silverbeet and Pumpkin Hash recipe is easy to make and full of warm Mediterranean flavours. It can be served as a side or base to anything from falafels to fried eggs.
You can use any vegetables you have to supplement the potatoes. Carrots, turnips, cherry tomatoes, asparagus, and green beans are all good choices.
Hash is made from diced potatoes with leftover meats. For this recipe, use braised chicken, barbeque sauce, sweet potatoes and thyme.
A hash like this one can be loaded full of vegetables and makes for a hearty, healthy one-pan dinner or breakfast.
So, you’ve cooked a big turkey, and then there is so much left. What to do? This breakfast hash from db Bistro Moderne to the rescue.