You probably think of a hash as a tricky way to clean out your fridge and make breakfast at the same time. But, the truth is that it’s a well-rounded option for any meal. In the realm of one-pot wonders, it’s definitely one of the easiest and most versatile out there. To get your hash fix for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, scroll down to explore 15 of the best recipes out there.


1. Beet and Kale Hash With Eggs: Potatoes aren’t the only root vegetable that you can use in a hash. To make it lighter, go half and half with earthy beets and add a nutritional boost with crispy kale. (via In the Know Mom)


2. Tempeh Hash With Brussels Sprouts: Keep the protein levels high in this vegetarian hash with crumbled toasted tempeh. (via Oh My Veggies)


3. Cauliflower and Chorizo Hash: You totally don’t have to steer clear of hash if you’re leading a low-carb lifestyle. Riced cauliflower can give the same effect and soak up flavors from delicious proteins like Mexican chorizo. (via My Life Cookbook)


4. Cheesy Bacon and Egg Hash: Seriously, this is what breakfast dreams are made of. Creamy cubes of potato, crispy bacon, gobs of cheese, and perfectly runny eggs to finish everything off. Yes, please. (via Cafe Delites)

Corned Beef

5. Corned Beef Hash: Ahhh, the classic. Corned beef gets a lot of love around St. Patrick’s Day, but you need to be cooking with it all year long. This hash makes a great quick dinner and is best served with a tall glass of ale. It’s a win-win! (via Damn Delicious)


6. Curried Chickpea Hash With Broccoli and Spinach: If you’re craving the flavors of India but want a healthier non-takeout option, this 30-minute hash is the answer to your lunch or dinner conundrum. (via Well Plated by Erin)


7. Eggs Benedict Hash: Think of this like eggs Benedict’s blue-collar brother. It has the same poached eggs and hollandaise sauce, but everything is served on top of potatoes. (via Love and Risotto)

Fish Hash

8. Fish Hash: If you’ve never had fish in a hash, now’s the time. This version is incredibly healthy thanks to sweet potatoes, pomegranates, and chunks of heart-healthy white fish. At the same time, it’s also insanely delicious. (via Delicious Magazine)


9. Greek Potato Hash: You may have never considered bringing hash to a potluck, but this Greek-style recipe will be your new go-to. It’s hearty and comforting, but still bright and fresh from the herbs, lemon, and feta. (via Nicky’s Kitchen Sanctuary)


10. Kielbasa, Peppers, and Potato Hash Skillet: This recipe is easy to begin with, but in a pinch, you could definitely use frozen peppers and onions and cubed potatoes. (via Mom on Timeout)


11. Southwestern Skillet Sweet Potato Hash: Ingredients including sweet potato, black beans, and turkey sausage make eating clean and nutritious easy peasy. Load up the finished hash with your favorite hot sauce and top with avocado before chowing down. (via No. 2 Pencil)


12. Spicy Potato Hash With Jalapeños and Garlic: Those with a spicy palate will LOVE this simple potato hash. Serve on its own or as a filling side to go along with steak or chicken. (via Savory Tooth)


13. Sweet Potato Kale Hash: When you come home late from work and *really* don’t feel like cooking, this wholesome hash will be your saving grace. Customize according to what’s in your fridge, but the combo of sweet potato, kale, and sausage hits all your necessary food groups. (via Fit Foodie Finds)


14. Southwestern Roasted Potato Hash: Hash applies to oven-roasted recipes, as well as skillet variations. Save yourself some effort and throw fingerling potatoes, peppers, and black beans in a roasting dish and let the oven do the work. (via Well and Full)


15. Oil-Free Sweet Potato Chickpea Hash: Onion, thyme, sweet potatoes, and chickpeas are all that you’ll find in this hash. To make sure everything cooks quickly and evenly, be sure to keep the potato cubes small. (via The Plant Philosophy)

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