Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Zippy Turkey Hash

Hash by nature is a mix of leftovers.
Turkey, in our United States Thanksgiving culture, is a leftover in the making.

Sunday morning, I pulled out the last container of leftover turkey from the freezer, and Chuck and I created a turkey hash. I got the idea from Big Black Dog, and then we ran with it, adding our own special touches. Typical of my kitchen, it was a mish-mash of available ingredients, and it turned out delicious.

Turkey Hash

Potatoes: 1 per person, washed and diced (I left the peelings on)
Onion: 1 medium white onion, diced
Leftover turkey: about 3 cups
1 cup chicken or turkey stock

Saute onions in olive oil or butter. Add stock and potatoes. While the potatoes are cooking (about 20 minutes), add other available ingredients. We added -

2 small jalapeno peppers from the freezer, diced (provide the zip!)
1 clove garlic, minced
Dash of each: black pepper, Worcestershire sauce, any other preferred and favorite spices

When the potatoes are done, the rest will be cooked through. Serve with eggs, coffee, and juice for a fabulous weekend brunch.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Average Jane said...

I made roast beef hash on Sunday and it was delicious. Not the healthiest meal, but tasty.

2/08/2011 9:19 AM  
Blogger Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Any onions sauteed into a dish make me happy.

2/08/2011 9:48 AM  
Blogger Flea said...

Can I just say that seeing the orange juice ad on the right has made me really thirsty? BRB ...

2/08/2011 9:12 PM  

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