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Love hash and this is such a tasty and easy recipe. I used leftover smothered pork that had onion and worcestershire seasoned "gravy" so skipped the additional seasonings with the exception of some fresh oregano. I'm anxious to try this with leftover beef or even chicken...thanks for the recipe!

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PeachyLia May 06, 2014

A good basis for what I was looking for. Tweaked the recipe a bit: used shallots instead of onions b/c it is what I had, added mixed veggies, added some barbeque sauce & called it Cowboy Hash. Thanks!!!

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alwayscookin October 07, 2010

Great idea to use up leftovers. I did make a few substitutions: dried onion flakes, garlic salt, seasoning salt. Misread the directions and added the seasonings to the potatoes while they boiled. Used leftover pork from Honey Mustard Pork Tenderloin, so I was a bit concerned how it's flavours might impact the hash, but no worries there.

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KellyMae March 10, 2009

I added some frozen peas and corn which have been sitting in the freezer forever. I also used a different brand of hot sauce (I don't like the Louisiana one except the green version). Excellent. Had it as a main meal last nite and then ate remainders fried up for breakfast.

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roberts_dennis January 27, 2009

When both of my young grandsons both agree that something tastes great and ask that I make it again soon, then I know the recipe is a hit. Thanks for this one.

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shamrockmustang November 11, 2005
Pork and Potato Hash