Easy and tasty! There are so many possibilites with this recipe, though make no mistake it needs no altering.
This made a tasty and economical lunch for us on a cold day when everyone wanted a break from the usual and a warm meal sounded good! Easy and quick to make with items I already had on hand - who can't appreciate that?! This was my first time making hash - will definitely try it again! I also added a clove of garlic and served it over a box of herb-seasoned stuffing I found hiding in the pantry. : )
This was excellent. I purchased a turkey leg (our grocery store often sells them individually) and was looking for something different to use the meat for instead of soup or chop suey. I found this hash recipe and am I ever glad I did. It was wonderful. DH loved it and said I should make it for breakfast sometime - I think I will. Thanks for posting this Echo!
I thought this was excellent. I bought chicken stock instead of chicken broth and increased the amount to approximately 1 cup. After adding the turkey, etc., I simmered it for about 30 minutes. The flavors mixed perfectly. I served it over leftover dressing. YUM!
A wonderful way to use up the last couple of cups of leftover turkey, or chicken, for that matter. This would be great for Sunday morning breakfast topped with a couple of poached eggs!
My family loved this dish! I left out the peppers, and used a chicken style seasoning with water for the broth. Delicious! Even a friend who said he didn't like hash tasted it and loved it! Thanks so much!
A pleaseing way to use leftover turkey. I added a small clove of garlic to the onion, peppers and potatoes. Also a 1/4 teaspoon of dried crumbled rosemary to the hash at the same time as the sage and thyme.