Danish Hash with Fried Eggs

Danish Hash With Fried Eggs  Recipe

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Serves:
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Ingredients

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1/2 c
butter
2 large
finely chopped onions
2 c
potatoes, cooked and diced
3 c
cooked lean beef, cut in 1/2" cubes
1/4 c
beef broth
1 tsp
worcestershire sauce
1/2 tsp
salt
1/8 tsp
pepper
4
eggs

How to Make Danish Hash with Fried Eggs

Step-by-Step

  • 1In a wide frying pan over medium heat, melt 3 tablespoons of butter.
  • 2Add onions and cook slowly, stirring occasionally, until they are limp and golden (about 15 minutes).
  • 3When onions are cooked, transfer to another container and keep warm.
  • 4Then, in the same frying pan over medium-high heat, melt 3 tablespoons more of the butter and cook potatoes, turning as needed to brown on all sides; add to onions and keep warm.
  • 5Add 1 tablespoon more butter to the pan and cook beef, stirring occasionally, until it is browned and heated through.
  • 6Add beef to container with onions and potatoes; keep warm.
  • 7Again using the same frying pan add broth, worcestershire, salt and pepper.
  • 8Cook over high heat until reduced by about half; then pour over hash mixture.
  • 9Mix lightly but thoroughly.
  • 10Using the same pan, melt 1 to 2 tablespoons butter and fry eggs until done as desired.
  • 11Spoon hash onto a warm platter and arrange eggs on top.
  • 12Garnish with the lettuce and tomatoes.

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About Danish Hash with Fried Eggs

Course/Dish: Eggs, Potatoes, Meat Breakfast
Other Tag: Quick & Easy




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