Who knew this simple Leftover Prime Rib Hash would be so incredible with its pan fried potatoes and prime rib beef chunks?! I'm not kidding! The first time I used the leftovers from a prime rib roast for a Christmas morning breakfast hash the whole family was just stunned at how great it was!
2cupspotatoes(¼" cubed, I use russet potatoes or yukon golds)
½tspeach, salt & pepper(to taste)
¼cupmilk(I used ⅛ cup milk, and the remainder ⅛ cup au jus)
4largeeggs(4 eggs = 1 per person per serving, use more if you prefer)
2Tbspfresh parsley(chopped, optional for garnish)
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Use either the rendered fat from your prime rib roast, or extra virgin olive oil, and heat your large skillet or frying pan to medium heat. Cook the cubed potatoes, minced onion and garlic on medium heat for about 3 minutes until the potatoes are starting to get tender and the onion is no longer translucent.
2 cups potatoes, ½ cup yellow onion, ½ Tbsp garlic
Add the seasoning: turmeric, nutmeg, paprika, ground sage, tarragon, and salt & pepper (to taste). Cook for 8-10 minutes, browning the potatoes. Add the cubed prime rib and cook for 4-5 minutes.
¼ tsp turmeric, ⅛ tsp nutmeg, ⅛ tsp paprika, ⅛ tsp ground sage, ⅛ tsp tarragon, ½ tsp each, salt & pepper, 2 cups prime rib roast
Combine the milk (or your mixed milk and au jus) with the flour and stir it into the hash mixture. Use your spatula to spread the hash evenly throughout the pan and flatten the hash.
¼ cup milk, 2 Tbsp all-purpose flour
Cook on medium high for an additional 5 minutes, flipping the hash as needed to brown your hash and get your desired level of crispiness. *Leave the hash in halves or quarters of the flattened hash, turning the whole pieces to brown. Break up the hash once both sides are browned and continue to brown to your preferred consistency.
In another frying pan or skillet, cook your eggs sunny side up to serve on your hash. Heat the pan with 1 teaspoon of cooking oil at low heat until the oil begins to shimmer, then add the eggs. Cover with a tight fitting lid and cook until the white is completely set, about 2-2 ½ minutes.
4 large eggs
Dish up the leftover prime rib hash with the egg(s) served on top, add fresh chopped parsley for garnish (optional).