Total Time
20mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

This uses your leftovers from St.Patrick's Day or New England Boiled Dinner. Can be made with any quantity of leftovers so measurements are approximate. Do not use your leftover cabbage or onion!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Add all leftovers to food processor, pulse until coarse.
  2. Break and add eggs, and a shake of salt and pepper.
  3. Continue to pulse a few more times until well blended-but stop before mush.
  4. Add vegetable juices if mix appears too dry.
  5. Heat skillet on med high, add touch of veg oil or spray.
  6. Place large spoonful of hash in skillet-fry until brown and then flip.
  7. Continue to cook until browned to liking-we like a crunchy crust.
  8. Serve with additional eggs as preferred on the side, with ketchup, mustard or other favorite sides.

Reviews

(2)
Most Helpful

Thanks for this recipe. I was searching Zarr for it as I had much leftover cofen beef and cabbage from the holiday. I made this before last year and I made a mess as I had no binder. I still had a difficult time flipping over the hash patty and found it easier to make 1 at a time and flip it in a pan (like a crepe) as the spatula did not work that well as the patty is delicate. My leftovers consisted of a quater wedge of cabbage, carrots, parsnips, potato and corned beef. I pureed to rough consistancy. I used abt 1/3 of this and mixed w/ 3 eggs. Seasoned w/ salt and pepper and ketchup. Froze the rest for another brunch. Many Thanks

NewEnglandCook March 17, 2007

Yum - terrific leftovers recipe. So easy to prepare! I used about a third more of leftovers, so I needed another egg to stick it together. The mix made heaps so I'm going to freeze the rest in patties for some more interesting breakfast hash browns in the future!

NewAussieMum August 03, 2006

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