I have always had a special place in my heart for hash, but let's be honest: it is far from healthy! Since I always try to eat healthy most of the time, I was excited to see a hash packed full of veggies. A combination of leeks, chard, and fingerling potatoes with fried eggs not only would make a great weekend breakfast but also a great weeknight dinner since it is fast and easy. The next time I make this I will use two bunches of chard since it cooks down so much, I felt there was not quite enough chard for four servings. Also, I would cook the eggs just a little less since I found both of them to be a touch overcooked and not as runny as I would have liked!
Hash has a bad name considering the stuff in a can is incredibly gross, but fresh homemade hash is my favorite. A traditional hash of corned beef, potatoes, bell pepper, and onions topped with two poached eggs! Delicious. In a little ramekin is a jalapeño strawberry jam; great idea, so I just might need to make my own once strawberries are back in season.
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As a child, I was excited when my mom would declare, "Tonight we're having breakfast for dinner." Usually this involved pancakes or waffles, but now that I'm older, "breakfast for dinner" must include eggs. Today, I'm looking forward to trying this delicious-sounding recipe that combines sweet potatoes with onions and bacon to create a bed for poached eggs. A quick and simple hollandaise sauce is made fiery by the addition of chipotle peppers in adobo sauce.
If you don't have time to poach eggs, consider topping the hash with fried eggs instead. Learn how to make this meal, after the jump.
Ever since I was little and my mom would make "breakfast for dinner," I've been a fan of enjoying classic breakfast items at night.
Today, to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, why not make the hearty brunch favorite known as corned beef hash? It's traditional meat and potatoes at its best, and when topped with a perfectly poached egg, it makes a fine meal.
Serve with a cold beer and mixed greens for a festive and satisfying dinner. Get the speedy recipe after the jump.
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Everything tastes better with bacon and brussels sprouts are no exception. For some reason, I normally only have brussels sprouts at holidays meals, but this tasty vegetable beckons to be eaten more often.
With the cold front that came through San Francisco, it was a perfect weekend to test Tyler Florence's comforting brussels sprouts hash. The enticing recipe includes tender brussels sprouts, caramelized pearl onions, and crispy potatoes; the whole thing is topped with crunchy bacon and fresh parsley. A touch of briefly reduced balsamic vinegar finishes off the dish and provides a zingy bite that enhances the full, rich flavor of the hash. To get started on this scrumptious side dish, read more
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At Tyler Florence's demonstration at the NYC Wine and Food Festival, Florence taught the crowd how to make the ultimate birthday dinner. It was the exact dinner he made for his wife on her birthday! The boyishly handsome chef has had a busy year. Not only did his wife give birth to a baby girl, but he also released two new cookbooks, opened a kitchenware store in Northern California, and filmed an upcoming season of Tyler's Ultimate, all while making appearances and doing demonstrations.
His special dinner menu — which is ideal for the holiday season — consisted of beef tenderloin with Béarnaise sauce, Brussels sprout and fingerling potato hash, and carrot cake with cream cheese frosting. To see what Tyler had to say about this menu, read more
When you're stuck in a middle-of-the-work-week rut, a great way to spice things up is through food. While this exotic meal may sound difficult to make — the ingredients are a bit unusual — the cooking techniques are simple and ordinary. Plantains are sautéed with onions, bell pepper, and garlic before being tossed with chunks of pork tenderloin. The final dish is mouth watering, exciting, and complex. To look at the recipe — I discovered it on MyRecipes.com — read more
One of my favorite things to do with leftover meat is to throw it together with some potatoes and seasonings for a breakfast-inspired dinner hash. It works best if you've got leftover potatoes to deal with, but if you don't have any, simply precook a few beforehand, or get a package of precooked diced potatoes. Serve with a fragrant fruit salad and you've got a perfect dinner meal. To get a great recipe — the secret is in the few minutes of broiling at the end — for skillet pork hash, read more