Monday , 20 November 2017

Leftover BBQ Breakfast Hash

We woke up Sunday morning and I was starving.  Usually I use the weekends as a chance to clear out my pantry/freezer/fridge and get creative.  Saturday night we had gotten carry-out from Alabama-Q (which is delicious by the way) and had turkey ribs and pork rib tips leftover.  I also didn’t want to do a lot of work (it was Sunday morning and I felt like relaxing), so here’s what I threw together Leftover BBQ Breakfast Hash:

Leftover BBQ Hash – Serves 2 (can easily double or triple recipe)

  • 1 tablespoon grapeseed oil (or olive oil or canola oil)
  • 1/2 cup frozen peppers and onions, thawed and drained
  • 1/2 cup frozen corn, thawed and drained
  • 1 cup frozen potatoes o’brien (the kind that’s cubed with peppers and onions in it)
  • 1/2 – 3/4 cup leftover bbq (pork, turkey, chicken, etc), chopped
  • Salt and Pepper, to taste
  • 1 – 2 teaspoons Seasonings (use what you like) – I ended up using smoked paprika, cayenne, a bit of garlic powder, and cumin (mostly the smoked paprika and cayenne with a dash of the others)
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 – 3 tablespoons bbq sauce

**Note – I used so many frozen ingredients because I was trying to clean out my freezer.  Besides it also cuts my prep time when I’m bleary eyed  Feel free to sub in fresh ingredients.

Cooking:

  • Heat oil in skillet over medium to medium high heat.  Add peppers, onions, corn and cook for about a minute.
  • Add potatoes to skillet and season with salt, pepper, and whatever else you’re using.  Stir well so everything is coated evenly with seasoning then allow to cook for undisturbed for 4 – 5 minutes or until the hash is lightly browned.
  • Stir in leftover bbq meat.  Flip hash and allow to cook again for 3 – 4 minutes or until hash is just starting to brown.  Make a small hole(to hold the egg) on each side of the skillet.
  • Pour one egg into each well.  Let the white cook for a bit, about a minute or two.  Drizzle about half a teaspoon of water on each egg yolk, reduce heat to low and cover.
  • Cook for 1 – 4 minutes (or even longer) depending on how done you like your egg.  I personally go for medium.
  • Split into two portions and plate.   Drizzle warmed bbq sauce over each portion.

So the whole thing from start to finish took me maybe 15 – 20 minutes and wasn’t hard at all.  It actually ended up being pretty tasty.  I think my husband liked it more than I did, but after adding some hot sauce to my portion I definitely cleaned my plate.

Leftover BBQ Breakfast Hash What do you guys think?  Have you ever used leftover bbq for breakfast?  I’ve heard that there’s different regional versions, what do you do?

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2 comments

  1. I like this its a good base for any type of meat and the first one I found that lists things I have in the freezer thats nice.

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