Perfecto for any morning side, topped with or without an egg. Pegs favorite way to use any leftovers is to sprinkle the hash over a Greek Salad or add in black beans and turn this crispy versatile hash into a taco filling! Boom! Make extra for a multi-use one pot dish that serves up a whole lot of crispy flavor first thing in the morning, for a weekend brunch or even a yummy meal.
All you need is some baby red or Yukon potatoes, red or white onions, scallions, garlic, favorite seasonings, fresh herbs.
Want to really fancy it up? Add some green veggies to the hash! Try diced summer squashes, baby spinach or baby broccoli florets. Sprinkle the top with pecorino Romano and pesto! AND then… if you’re feeling it…top it with a fried egg! OHLALA A hole other demension of goodness!
Enjoy a little sauce? Pour some siracha or hollandaise sauce over the top and now you’ll be ready for a star studied breakfast! Wahoo!
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1 medium large potato per person: Yukon gold, fingerlings, red potatoes, or a small bag of mini potatoes OR use leftover baked potatoes for this dish speeds up cooking!
1 Onion diced, yellow or red
2–3 Fresh minced garlic and or shallots
1/4 cup colorful bell peppers and or chili peppers, diced for a great kick!
1/4 cup olive or avocado oil, butter or ghee
1–2 tsp. dried Italian blend OR 2 Tbsp. Fresh herbs: chives, parsley, rosemary & thyme, minced
1 tsp Celtic or flake sea salt
1–2 Tbsp. butter or alternative DF butter. Pegs Fav Goat butter
Fresh ground pepper to taste
Fresh minced herbs to top: parsley and or basil
Pecorino cheese, grated or cheese of choice. Feta crumbles are also yummy!
- Add 2 Tbsp. oil or butter or butter alternative to pre-heated pan
- Add diced onion, bell and chili peppers, cook until golden and caramelized
- Add garlic and fresh cooking herbs and cook for 2 minutes.
- Add diced un-peeled cooked potatoes in skillet with butter. If uncooked, first remove the cooked onion mixture and set aside. Add uncooked potatoes into the pan and cook until nearly done. Check by piercing with a fork.
- Cook potatoes and onion pepper mixture until golden and crisp
- To serve, top with fresh garnish herbs and Pecorino, grated cheese of choice or feta.
- Add 1/2 cup diced white part of leeks or green onion with diced onions!
- Pecorino Romano or Parmesan cheese finely grated (optional addition)
- Chicken Sausages, sliced
- Eggs, scrambled or sunny side up
- Shredded cheese or crumbled feta… Hello truffle cheese???
- Your favorite hot sauce or salsa!
- Sliced Avocados and cilantro to garnish
Peg’s Favs: 💡 ☺
- Add hash into your Fast Food Breakfast Wrap!
- Top it with avocado, salsa or red onions.
- Make it into a Breakfast bowl. Add your favorite sausages, smoked salmon, or sardines.
- Add black beans and turn into a veggie taco filling
- Add green veggies: diced summer squash, broccoli florets or baby spinach
- Blend in pesto.
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 10 minutes
There are so many other breakfast recipes you’ll find on the blog or in Pegs Damn Good Gluten Free recipe and lifestyle cookbook.