This Leftover Roast Breakfast Hash is my go-to recipe the day after Christmas but works for any morning when you're staring at leftover beef roast.
Also, try using leftover prime rib in my Air Fryer Breakfast Egg Rolls
I make a boneless prime rib every year on Christmas Eve (paired with The Best Greens Beans Ever). The only ones who eat it are me and my husband. The kids aren't fans of beef unless it's in ground beef form. Because of other family obligations, we get together with our siblings and parents on other days leading up to Christmas.
It's tough to find a decent quality roast in a small enough size for two. We usually end up with about a 4-5 lb boneless prime rib. It's just the perfect size for a few leftover meals.
The two leftover meals I'll make are French Dip Sandwiches with my easy (no drippings required) Au Jus and this leeftover roast breakfast hash.
First things first. It takes too long to cook diced potatoes on the stove top. I always end up browning them too much while they're still hard in the middle. Enter my microwave. To make my life easy (and yours), I pop my diced potatoes in the microwave and steam them for 5 minutes before putting in the skillet.
Okay, so into a skillet I add a little butter, diced onion, and the potatoes.
Once the potatoes are looking all brown around the edges, I will add in a little garlic and then the leftover prime rib. I season it all with some steak seasoning. If you don't have steak seasoning, you could use salt, pepper, paprika.
While the meat is warming up with the potatoes, I poach a few eggs and then pop them on top and chow down!
ALTERNATE INGREDIENTS FOR LEFTOVER ROAST BREAKFAST HASH:
- boneless beef roast can be subbed for pork, turkey or even chicken
- you can use all white potatoes if sweet potatoes aren't available
- if you don't have steak season just season with salt, pepper, garlic powder and paprika
This Breakfast Hash is perfect for day after Christmas or any day you find yourself with some leftover prime rib roast.
- 1-2 large russet potato diced
- 1 large sweet potato diced
- ¼ C water
- 1 T butter
- ½ C sweet onion diced
- 1-2 cloves garlic diced
- 2 C beef roast cooked and diced or chopped
- ½ tsp steak seasoning (salt, pepper, paprika, garlic powder type mixture)
Place diced potatoes in a microwave-safe container with ¼ C water. Partially cover but be sure it's vented and cook on high for 5 minutes in microwave. Drain all water. Set aside.
Place butter in a skillet over medium-high heat. Once butter is melted add onion and cook 2-3 minutes until starting to soften. Add potatoes to skillet. Let potatoes brown a few minutes before stirring. Cook just a few minutes until potatoes are browned on the outside and soft in the middle.
Once potatoes are browned, add garlic and diced beef to the skillet. Season with steak seasoning. Stir to combine and cook, stirring occasionally, just until beef is warmed.
while hash is cooking, poach or fry eggs to serve atop the hash