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    Egg Hash

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    Chef Sean #2's Note:

    This was one of the only ways I would eat eggs, as a youngster. Very simple to make. You can, rather than using canned hash, use Red Flannel Hash (Red Flannel Hash).

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    Units: US | Metric

    • 1 (15 ounce) can roast beef hash or 1 (15 ounce) can corn beef hash
    • 3 -4 whole eggs (extra large preferred)
    • 1 ounce hot sauce (I like Habanero Hot Sauce) (optional)


    1. 1
      Open the can of hash. Turn it out into a frying pan over medium heat; I find cast iron works well.
    2. 2
      Break eggs into a glass or bowl.
    3. 3
      Break the yolk(s). Add the hot sauce, if desired. Mix until unable to tell apart.
    4. 4
      Pour the beaten eggs into the frying pan on top of the meat. Mix into the hash.
    5. 5
      Cook until done as you like it.

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    Ratings & Reviews:

    • on April 21, 2013


      I saved this recipe during Spring PAC 2013 to make at a later time & then made it for 2 family members the 1st morning after PAC ended. To be honest, I do not care for the US canned hash. However, Icelanders love hash for breakfast & use a much better product to prepare it. They use a frozen mix of cubed potatoes & ham w/chopped onion. So a little butter in a non-stick skillet cooked the hash & I used 5 eggs to allow for the extra hash mixture used. Tobasco added a heat-factor, but I kept it mild for the sake of my Icelandic family. Then I served it w/tortillas, a med-heat salsa & fruit for a dandy brunch entrée. I topped my portion w/cheddar cheese (You can take the girl out of TX, but you cannot take TX out of the girl). Thx for sharing this tasty & easy-fix recipe w/us.

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    • on April 24, 2010


      I made half the recipe, I skipped the optional hot sauce. This was a good breakfasrt with rye toast. I will be making it again. Thanks for posting Sean. Made for PAC Spring 2010.

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    Nutritional Facts for Egg Hash

    Serving Size: 1 (44 g)

    Servings Per Recipe: 2

    Amount Per Serving
    % Daily Value
    Calories 107.2
    Calories from Fat 64
    Total Fat 7.1 g
    Saturated Fat 2.3 g
    Cholesterol 279.0 mg
    Sodium 106.5 mg
    Total Carbohydrate 0.5 g
    Dietary Fiber 0.0 g
    Sugars 0.2 g
    Protein 9.4 g

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    roast beef hash

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