Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Hangover Hash from Leftovers - 52 Breakfast Ideas

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You don't have to be hungover to make this...

But if you are, this does help.  Substantial, stick to your ribs... and just a little greasy food that will fill your stomach with something other than that leftover bile.

This recipe is more of a simple, traditional hash with basic ingredients you’d find in any pantry. If you want to upgrade it to a restaurant-quality side, all you’d need to do is add a bit of herbs and some more variety to the mix.

For instance, using purple potatoes instead of your standard Yukon gold potatoes would set it apart just from a visual aspect. Adding vegetables like zucchini, sweet potatoes or even cauliflower can also add an extra dimension to your plain old starchy potatoes. Honestly, you can just use up whatever is left in your fridge because hash is just medley of ingredients that have been crisped up. In the end you know you’re going to get something delicious.

The meat is whatever I have left in the fridge (like this pulled pork... I have several Pulled Pork recipes on the blog.  Most recently I posted a DR PEPPER Crock pot Easy PULLED PORK RECIPE... I made this from those leftovers.

There's really no cure for a hangover... Aspirin, LOTS of water, a nap and something substantial, stick to your ribs... and just a little greasy will help!

OK... Here's what I did...

Hangover Hash
from Leftovers

  • 1 Pound Leftover Pulled Pork (Can substitute Sausage (LOVE Chorizo in this), Rotisserie Chicken, Taco meat, etc.)
  • 1 Pound (3-4) Russet Potatoes, bite size dice
  • 2 Medium Green Bell Peppers, Diced (Core,seeds and white membrane removed
  • 1 Medium Sweet onion, Diced
  • 2 TBS plus additional 3 TBS Olive Oil
  • 2 TBS Old Bay Seasoning
  • Pinch of Salt and a BIG Pinch of Pepper
  • 1/4 Cup Grated Cheddar Cheese
  • 6 Large Eggs, made as you like... For this I prefer Basted in Butter so the whites are cooked yet the yolks are still runny!
  • Drizzle of your favorite BBQ Sauce
  • Optional, Sliced Green Onions as a garnish (White and Green parts), but you really aren't hung over of you take the time for garnish.
Cooking Directions
  1. In a LARGE non-stick Skillet (you are hungover, no need for the potatoes to stick and piss you off), add 2 TBS Olive Oil and heat over medium heat. Add the Green peppers and onions and saute for about 5 minutes until the onions are soft and translucent. Remove from the skillet.
  2. Add an additional 3 TBS of Olive Oil. Reheat over medium high heat. Add the diced potatoes and saute for about 10 minutes until the potatoes are cooked through and get a crispy texture on the outside with a golden brown and delicious looking char.
  3. Add the onions and peppers back to the skillet with the potatoes. Also add the leftover cooked pulled pork (or substitute cooked meat of your choice). Season with the Old Bay Spice mix and saute until warmed over.
  4. Meanwhile, cook the eggs as you like... Scrambled works fine (easy to do hungover), over easy works but is harder when hungover. I prefer a runny yolk.
  5. Add the cheese to the potatoes, cover for 1 minute and the cheese will be nicely melted. Add the eggs, drizzle with the BBQ Sauce and Optional Garnish with the Green Onions (if you are able) and serve hot.
  6. Eat, drink liquids, have an aspirin, then go back and take a nap if you can; But of course, as always... ENJOY


So,  I am pleased to list this as one of my Growing list of  "52 Grilling Time Secret Extras" or "52 Ways to Cook BBQ and Grilling Recipes"!!!

Well over 52 recipes actually as I just can't stop... Over 100 in one grilling season (I love to grill!). But not just leat... Drinks, Condiments (LOTS of different BBQ sauces), Drinks, Desserts... even specialty items like GRILLED Pizza, and fun shaped Watermelons.  Easy and these ideas will make you the MASTER of your Backyard Domain!


This simple recipe has been added to my growing list of "52 Breakfast Ideas!"

It's the most important meal of the day.  From fancy to simple, there are always ways to dress up a breakfast dish.  These are the meals that make Bed and Breakfast Inns legendary (and usually easier than you think).

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