June 07, 2023
Hash is probably one of our favorite things to make for breakfast on the weekends. Not because it’s terribly fancy or special, but because it is a chance to use up lots of random leftovers. Hash is traditionally meat with potatoes and some kind of onions- the options are endless. I most often use bacon, sausage, leftover steak or all beef chorizo. Leftover roasted potatoes generally don’t reheat in the microwave well, but they go great in hash. And I always throw in extra vegetables- whatever your family prefers.
I had some Flourish & Roam chorizo thawed out decided to make hash with it this morning. Chorizo has so much flavor- it makes this dish even easier because you won’t need any additional spices. I love this chorizo too, because I think it has much better texture than most store bought chorizo. In this case, the chorizo does have some heat so instead of potatoes I used butternut squash so that the sweetness balanced out the spice of the chorizo. Sweet potatoes would be perfect, as well.
Recipe shared from the Kitchen of Rudi Perry
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