Hot dog hash is a quick and easy one pan meal that the whole family will love. Great for breakfast or dinner when you want a meal in a hurry.
If you are a busy mum looking for a meal in a hurry then this hot dog hash is the recipe for you. It is easy to make with store cupboard ingredients and the whole family will love it. You can easily adapt it to use leftovers you may have in the fridge. Read on to get the recipe.
Who doesn’t love hot dogs? This hot dog recipe allows you to enjoy hot dogs even if you do not have any buns. It is also a great way to use up any leftover hot dogs you might have. There always seem to be more hot dogs than buns! Hot dog hash makes a great breakfast or brunch dish.
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Hash began as a way to use up leftovers, the dish is made from chopped meat, potatoes and onions which are fried in one pan. The name comes from the French: Hacher which means to chop.
This hash uses left over hot dogs for the meat.
You do not need much equipment to make hot dog hash. It is a one pot meal so there will not be much washing up. You need:
The beauty of hot dog hash is that you can make a great meal from very few ingredients. Two leftover hot dogs, one large potato and an onion and garlic turns into two large servings.
Add some oil to a large frying pan. You will need about 1 -2 tablespoons to brown the potatoes properly. When the oil is hot add the cubed potatoes. Cook the potatoes for around ten minutes, until they are brown on the outside and soft on the inside. Stir occasionally so they cook evenly.
When the potatoes are nearly done add the garlic and onions and cook until they are nearly soft. Finally add the hot dogs and season with salt, pepper and paprika.
This hot dog hash recipe is really easy to adapt and make your own.
The only limit is your imagination.
Hot dog hash is a complete meal on its own but what hash would be complete without an egg? You can poach the egg or fry it.
I like my eggs sunny side up. Just add a little oil to a small pan on a medium heat. When it heats up crack the egg into the pan and cook until the white is set but the yolk is runny. Slide the egg on top of the hash.
Serve with ketchup on the side.
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