Red Flannel Hash
chopped cooked beef. (from leftovers is great)
1 1/2 c
chopped cooked beets. (can come from a can, well drained)
diced cooked potatoes
medium onion, finely chopped
salt and pepper to taste
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1Combine beef, beets, potatoes, onion, salt and pepper in bowl; mix well.
2Spoon into greased skillet.
3Cook until brown crust forms on bottom, loosening around edge and shaking skillet to prevent over browning. Break up with spatula and brown up top.
4*****TIP: I also make with leftover beef from roast or steak and use fresh diced up potato if I have no leftover baked potatoes. I just brown up in a little bit of oil with the beef and chopped onion until tender, then I add the chopped beets. Then heat through.
Sue Hayes Soozee1130 - Feb 1, 2012
I have been eating this since I was a kid and I love it but nobody I know has ever heard of it. My mom and I use to enjoy this together she's gone now but I think of her whenever I have this...
Shelley Simpson Shellasim - Feb 1, 2012
Awe...I agree about hardly anyone knowing about it. I wonder where it originated from? I never heard of it either until my husband and I stayed a few days with my Great Aunt years ago in Florida. She made it and we love having it now. I don't even like cooked beets. ha ha ha But, love it in this. Now, I will darn near eat a whole can of beets straight from the can. Love them that way. I serve them as a side, cold, right out of the can. Most times. And add them to the hash the other times. Thanks for commenting. =)