Tuesday, August 7, 2012

brunch hash

As you may already know, brunch is my favorite meal: it is saved for the end of the week and can be spread throughout many hours (and it has multiple signature cocktails reserved for this specific meal)...perfection. This recipe for brunch hash is a combination of whatever leftover vegetables you may have in your pantry from earlier in the week. It is a combination of all of your favorite brunch foods put together in tiny bites to ensure a full-taste in one fork-full. 

Ingredients (for 1 serving):
2 eggs
1 small potato
1/2 medium red onion
Handful of herbs (I used chives and thyme)
1 pinch of shredded cheese
*Feel free to add bacon, ham, mushrooms, or any other tasty bit you'd like!*


1. Heat skillet over medium heat. Cube potato into small fork-able bits and dice onion. Add potato and onion to skillet in an even layer on the bottom of the skillet. Salt and pepper.

 2. After about 4 minutes, begin to stir in order to evenly brown. Once browned and crispy, add half of the chopped herbs of choice in order to meld the basic flavors.

3. Once herbs begin to wilt and cling to the potatoes and onions, add the eggs. Cook until no longer runny. Add pinch of cheese and remainder of herbs. I like to break up my egg into little bits, to give all of the components an equal opportunity to be tasted in one forkful!

4. Serve and enjoy!

 This is a great recipe for a large group, since it can be easily multiplied & customized, and takes under 15 minutes to make!
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