For many folks, Thanksgiving doesn’t end on Thursday. With family and friends in town, you might be looking for a quick and easy way to deliciously feed the masses! Enter this crowd-pleasing hash recipe. I mean, who doesn’t like a good hash?
With a mix of roasted sweet potatoes, Yukon gold potatoes, sweet roasted red peppers, corn, and cilantro, this is a whole new way to eat turkey for breakfast. It’s terrific on its own, or top each portion off with a fried egg. Put out bowls of plain yogurt and lime wedges, and you have yourself a brunch-time party. Especially if you serve this with mimosas!
This hash is also easy to personalize with other leftovers from your Thanksgiving feast. Add a few roasted Brussels sprouts or cauliflower if you like, and carrots or other root vegetables would be right at home here.
If you really do have masses to feed, double the recipe.
Morning-After Turkey Hash with Sweet Potatoes, Roasted Peppers (and a Fried Egg!)
Makes 4 to 6 servings