Top Rated Hash Recipes

Kickin' Chicken Hash Recipe
Leftovers tend to be a dirty word in a lot of houses because it either means boring eating — eating the same thing two days in a row... or longer — or wasted food — since they get shoved to the back of the refrigerator and forgotten until they turn into a science experiment. But this chicken hash recipe uses up lots of odds and ends in the refrigerator to create a delicious meal that can be served for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Click here to see 15 Easy Chicken Dinner Recipes.
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Not only is this hash brown casserole great at brunch, it’s also perfect for a burger bash. It’s baked to gooey perfection, and it doesn't require you to stand over a hot frying pan. In fact, you can prepare it the night before your gathering and place it in your fridge overnight. Before your guests arrive, pull out the casserole and let it come to room temperature. Once it’s not cold to the touch, place it in the oven, bake, serve, and enjoy.
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Another next-morning idea is to incorporate stuffing into hash and eggs to give the dish a heartier and seasonal interpretation. Click here to see Thanksgiving Stuffing Reinvented in 8 New Ways
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One-pan breakfasts are always a hit, and this recipe takes flavorful bison breakfast sausage and sautés it with potatoes and peppers so you’ll start you day with protein, vegetables, and starch.
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Because potatoes are a favorite gluten-free alternative for hamburger buns, it’s important to realize there are plenty of ways to use them, like as hash browns. 
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Chorizo, Potato, and Kale Hash
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While breakfast hashes are typically chock-full of greasy bacon or sausage and potatoes, I love making hashes using leaner chorizos, such as ground turkey or chicken chorizo. Replacing russet potatoes with yams or sweet potatoes and adding kale makes this breakfast a healthier alternative to your typical hash. You can also use this hash to make breakfast burritos and tacos, or an omelet.  — Julia Mueller This recipe is from Julia’s Let Them Eat Kale cookbook. Click here for more information on the cookbook. Click here for more kale recipes.  
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Sweet and Spicy Hash Browns
This sweet and spicy twist on classic cubed hash browns offers all the excitement and flavor one could ask for before noon. I've always appreciated that extra kick, that slap of seasoning, that pinch of a bang... you get the idea. Likewise, I adore a caramelized mushroom and/or onion. So, as with most of my recipes, I thought I would combine all that I love in one boisterous dish. Go ahead...try not taking seconds. See all mushroom recipes. Click here to see Potato Recipes That Aren't Boring.
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This hearty vegetarian hash kicks off spring by combining English peas, baby spinach, morel mushrooms, and spring onions with crispy potatoes. Farmers harvest mild spring onions before the bulbs grow to full size; they have small white or deep purple bulbs and tall green tops. (Use two sweet onions if you can’t find spring onions at a farmers market or upscale grocer.) Morels are my favorite mushroom to use in this hash, but you can also substitute half a pound of your favorite mushroom if you don’t want to splurge on morels. Serve the hash on its own or dish it up with poached eggs and toast to make it a more substantial meal. — Adam SappingtonRecipes and Photos from HEARTLANDIA by Adam and Jackie Sappington. Copyright © 2015 by Adam Sappington and Jackie Sappington. Photography © 2015 by John Valls. Used by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
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When life gives you potatoes, make hash. This recipe is Mediterranean-inspired, and adds zucchini, peas, and cherry tomatoes for a bite of freshness.  Click here to see 10 Great Zucchini Recipes to Make with Your Bounty.
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This strata is incredibly easy and inexpensive to make, and is great for serving a large crowd for breakfast.
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Cheesy Hash Browns
The best thing about this recipe (apart from how simple it is to make) is that a single batch can feed a crowd of guests easily. Whip up these crispy, cheesy hash browns along with a big platter of scrambled eggs and some fresh fruit, and your loved ones will be in brunch heaven in no time. Click here to see Lazy Sunday Brunch recipes. 
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Hash Brown
Who doesn’t love hash browns? This dish is the perfect side for an egg breakfast or a huge porterhouse.
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