Hash browns prepared with grated Granny Smith Apples, dill and topped with a dollop of sour cream makes a great side dish for a hearty breakfast.
Got some left over rotisserie chicken? Here’s what to do with it…make some Chicken Chile Hash, the dish isn’t just reserved for corned beef after all. Hash is most well known for partnering with corned beef for a way to use up potatoes and a left over corned beef brisket. I’ll never forget the first time
I’d be willing to bet that after next weekend, we’ll all have some leftover ham and hard-boiled eggs. This is a great way to use up some Easter leftovers. It only took about 30 minutes from start to finish and made for a fantastic Sunday breakfast. I found this over at www.inmamaskitchen.com. I put my own spin
I’m so excited over my ability to even come close to recreating this braised veal shank hash dish that I feel like I should contact The Denver Post. I can just see the headlines now: “Highlands Ranch Woman Figures Out How To Copy Braised Veal Shank Hash Recipe” Compelling!