Hash is a great choice for left over potatoes or can be made from scratch. There are recipes for hash browns, beef hash or corned beef hash just for a few ideas.
Fennel boasts a wonderful liquorice-like flavour. In our recipe, this favourite Italian vegetable mingles with onions, garlic and potatoes for a satisfying and hearty side dish.
I was craving a hash and decided to throw together something that was paleo-friendly. The sweet potatoes in this give it a touch of sweetness, the chorizo gives it a flavorful punch, and the egg tops this dish off perfectly! It is an easy dish to choose different veggies and make it your own! Have fun with it!
Hash is a great way to use up leftovers. This recipe uses leftovers from a roast. Sometimes I think I only cook roasts for the hash the next day.
Crispy outside and tender inside, this golden hash is irresistible. Adding bacon, onion and capsicum adds a twist to the classic recipe.
Leftover chicken from a roast is perfect for this crispy golden hash. It's easy to make and ideal for a one-pot supper, or even an unusual brunch.
This recipe is delicious, quick and easy, and is the perfect way to use leftover corned beef and mashed potatoes. A healthier alternative to corned beef fritters.
When you have leftovers from a roast, fry them up with potatoes, carrots, onion and corn for a delicious hash.
Hash is a great way to use up the leftover potatoes from a roast dinner. This is very good with a fruity chutney.
This tasty corned beef hash is the best, by far. Chock a block full of capsicum, onion, corned beef and potatoes. You can use leftover corned beef or the tinned stuff.
Use your Bunya Pine nuts in this very Australian fried fish dish served with a macadamia and rocket pesto.