25 Protein-Packed Breakfast Hash Recipes
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25 Protein-Packed Breakfast Hash Recipes

We’re a little hash happy at the moment. Oh, not that kind of hash (we’re D.A.R.E. graduates, after all). We mean the glorious hangover helpers that come hot and sizzling from a cast-iron skillet, incomplete until topped with an oozy, runny yolk. You could call breakfast hash the final destination of leftovers, but we just call it damn delicious.

1. Potato + Beet Hash With Goat Cheese, Dates, Balsamic Cabbage + Onions: This blogger will also walk you through frying the perfect sunny side up egg, an important lesson if you’re going to work your way through all these hash recipes in your kitchen. (via Bakeaholic Mama)

2. Crispy Potato, Chorizo, and Green Chili Hash With Avocado and Eggs: Nomsy. That’s a word, right? Don’t miss Serious Eats’ accompanying post on how to make the best potato hash. (via Serious Eats)

3. Pear, Butternut Squash and Chorizo Hash: Who’da thunk it? Pears are quite the complement to spicy chorizo. (via Cara’s Cravings)

4. Roasted Parsnip Breakfast Hash: What started out as oven-baked rosemary parsnip fries transforms into a spectacular morning of leftovers. (via Worthy Pause)

5. Smoked Trout and Vegetable Hash: This green seafood hash is packed full with fresh herbs and vegetables like asparagus, carrots and chanterelles. (via Williams-Sonoma)

6. Baked Mexican Eggs Hash: Well, now we have another reason to love the Free People blog, Bldg 25. They combined sweet potatoes, mango and red pepper with an avocado-lime sour cream… yum. (via Bldg 25)

7. Veal Brussels Sprouts Hash: Butternut squash and savory veal make an unexpectedly delicious brunch appearance. (via Kitchen Tested)

8. Easy Delicious Breakfast Hash: Two meats! Veggies! Fungi! Baked eggs! (via PaleOMG)

9. Spicy Potato, Bok Choy and Shallot Hash: Bookmark this hangover helper for Saturday morning. You might need it. (via Serious Eats)

10. Salami Bacon Breakfast Hash: Giada De Laurentiis, we’re coming over over for mimosas ASAP. (via Savoury Image)

11. Chorizo Cauliflower Hash: Fried and rice-like in nature, this easy chorizo hash can be in your belly just a few minutes after you stumble into the kitchen. (via Worthy Pause)

12. Roasted Sweet Potato and Thai Sausage Hash: Spicy Chiang Mai sausage updates this otherwise classic sweet potato hash. (via My Bare Cupboard)

13. Reuben Cauliflower Hash: Hold the rye, add runny egg. (via Closet Cooking)

14. Red Flannel Hash: Dubbed “the best girlfriend you never had,” this one is a hearty mix of ham hock, fingerlings and thyme. She will not break your heart, that’s for sure. (via Yummy Books)

15. Grilled Corn Summer Breakfast Hash: If you’re grilling seasonal sweet corn and summer garden harvests, throw a little extra on the fire for the morning after. (via How Sweet Eats)

16. Fingerling Potato-Leek Hash With Turnip Greens + Eggs: This non-traditional hash uses underrated turnip greens, leeks, sharp asiago and tender  fingerlings. (via The Novice Chef)

17. Buffalo Chicken Hash: Oh, STOP. Buffalo chicken for breakfast!?… Actually, don’t stop. (via Living Loving Paleo)

18. Corned Beef and Cabbage Hash: Why wait ’til St. Patrick’s Day? (via Nutmeg Nanny)

19. Chickpea Hash: Say namaste to this curried legume loveliness. (via The Law Student’s Wife)

20. Labskaus: This German beetroot and corned beef hash is no-frills, but sometimes that’s all you need in the a.m. (via Cooking in Sens)

21. Braised Short Rib Hash: We don’t often cook short rib, but when we do, we will use the leftovers wisely in this hash. (via Rustic Garden Bistro)

22. Rutabaga Hash Wwith Onions and Crisp Bacon: Two types of chilies dress up the sassy rutabaga. (via The Splendid Table)

23. Duck and Hominy Hash: Next time you take home a doggy bag full of duck, this Southern-style hash won’t fail. (via Woman + Home)

24. Broccoli Potato Bacon Hash: If you’re feeling lazy, you can even throw this together with only a few bags of frozen veggies. (via Steamy Kitchen)

25. Asparagus and Prosciutto Hash: Simplicity is elegant, no? P.S. Anybody know who makes that gorgeous skillet? (via Oprah)

What’s in your skillet? Let’s hash it out in the comments!