Sweet Potato and Chorizo Hash

Hash may typically be a mishmash of food, but these ingredients were made to go together. This is a lovely no-fuss meal that almost cooks itself. Once the slicing and dicing has been finished you simply sit back and watch the flavours mould in the pan, with most of the flavouring coming from the raw…

Potato Hash with Spinach

Potato and spinach hash is a lovely fresh dish to cook if you’re not in the mood for a stodgy meal. All of the core ingredients are raw and fresh and there’s little need to overly spice or flavour. Take fresh veg, fresh herbs and hash them together with two hollow holes for your eggs….

Sausage and Leek Hash

This is a lovely, creamy hash that clears out leftovers from breakfast to dinner. It’s a simple, quick, no-nonsense hash that borrows a lot of taste from the horseradish and Leek combination with lots of chunky meat to complinent. INGREDIENTS From the fridge: Sausages, leeks and a white cheese. From the cupboard: Potatoes and horseradish…

Corned Beef Hash

Corned beef hash is the classic hash dish both in spirit and conception. The ‘throw together’ spirit is one that has its origins in leaner times when people extended dishes and made the most of what they had. The recipe was popular on the US railroad lines and on chuck wagons at the beginning of…

Kale and Chorizo Hash

Kale and Chorizo hash is one of the first dishes that got me interested in hash as a culinary technique. For me, there are two kinds of hash; unplanned and pre-planned. The unplanned dishes are the ones you throw together based on what’s left in the fridge, perhaps buying bits and pieces to make the…

Red Flannel Hash

Red flannel hash is a work on the traditional corned beef hash, adding beetroots to give it a scarlet tint akin to scarlet tartan cloth. A traditional breakfast dish in New England, it combines many leftover ingredients to build a tasty standalone meal or a hearty side-dish. INGREDIENTS From the fridge:¬†Beetroot. From the cupboard: ¬†Potatoes,…