Today’s breakfast idea is hash. It’s hearty, endlessly customizable, and sneaks vegetables into your day before you even know what hit you.
A good starting place is Vegetable Hash. I usually have the ingredients on hand, but, quite honestly, I end up using whatever is hanging out in the fridge.
The secret to a good hash is the outer layer of crispiness. It’s simple to achieve at the end by adding a bit of oil and not fiddling with it, letting it cook until it browns. Most recipes have you brown first, but for some reason I end up messing with it to make sure the insides are cooked, so, I decided to do it in reverse.
If you don’t have a lot of things hanging out in your ‘fridge, add Vegetable Hash to your meal plan. It’s a good starting place. The potatoes give a heartiness that satisfies. You can add poached eggs on the side as your allergies dictate.
Adding a side of ham, and some juice makes this a complete meal. It would also make a nice lunch!
I think I’m going to add a corned beef dinner to my plan so we can have corned beef hash next week!
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