Hayashi Rice Hash

Hiyashi Rice, or Hayashi Raisu, is a Japanese-style Hashed Beef. Along with Kerei Raisu (curry rice) it is a staple in Japanese households, where families use instant roux blocks to create a thick tomato-based sauce that can blanket a plethora of leftovers. It is thought that Hayashi derives from the English ‘hashed beef’, and although the dishes…

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…

Mushroom Hash

Mushroom hash is a classic end-of-the-week clear out dish. Take a look in the cupboard and pull out old bags of crisps, stale bread and your old potatoes and turn them into a lovely, stodgy meal that will leave your housemates utterly dumbfounded. INGREDIENTS From the fridge: Mushrooms, Asparagus, Cheese, Spinach, Eggs. From the cupboard: Potatoes, Crisps,…