I hate to see food go to waste, so I am always discovering new ways of using leftovers. This recipe was made with potatoes and hamburgers that were left over from a recent dinner. We just had it for brunch and it was DELICIOUS!
The other night we cooked hamburgers on the grill and we roasted some small potatoes on the grill,
too. The potatoes were cut in half and stuffed with a slice of onion then wrapped with a strip of
bacon before cooking. With the bacon and onions, these were especially good in the hash, but you
can use any type of cooked potato - baked, boiled, etc.
All you need to do is chop up your leftover meat and potatoes (I used leftover hamburgers, but you can use any type of chopped up cooked meat - meatloaf, steak, roast, etc.). Melt a little coconut oil or butter in a large skillet and add the chopped up meat and potatoes. (Since my potatoes already had onions inside I didn't add extra onions, but otherwise I would chop up an onion and cook it in the pan for a bit before adding the potatoes and meat.)
Cook over medium heat and stir it every few minutes until it is hot and as browned as you want it. Push the hash to one side of the pan to keep it warm and add a couple of eggs to the pan. Fry or scramble the eggs to serve with the hash.
Serve with ketchup or chili sauce. Yummy!!