Christmas Eve Brunch - Brisket Hash

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Sep 15, 2012
So I pulled out a package of sliced brisket flat from the freezer, and the rest is shall we say History.

Here's the ingredients:

Peeled and frenched the potatoes:

Both spuds:

Cubed the brisket:

and got the bacon going:

Potatoes have been cut to size, rinsed/soaked, and nuked for 3, 1 minute blasts. Then the bacon is removed and the spuds are added:

Cooked on med-high they're taking on some nice color:

add in the brisket and the seasoning:

When they are done add a couple of eggs - going over easy with these:

Plate some hash:

and then add the egg and bacon:

There you have it. Thanks for sticking with me on this post. I've loosened the draw-string on my pj's and am kicking back for some R&R.

Enjoy the holidays
Chris, that looks good from here

Merry Christmas!

- Jason
Thanks Jason, next time I'll use a real onion and garlic clove. I didn't have any in the house and really didn't want to go to the store.

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Merry Christmas Chris. That's a dang fine looking meal. And yea, thanks for reminding me about not having that potato appliance.
Thanks Dave, and Merry Christmas to you and yours as well. The french fry cutter is a beast. We have 4 different blades for it.
Looks delicious
Appreciate it farmer

Good looking breakfast! Sometimes I like my eggs a little runny to dip my toast in.

Thanks Jim, my wife likes runny yolks also, but since I was cooking breakfast ha ha.
I would tear that up and sit back like a happy fat boy.
Appreciate it jkc. I have a couple packs of brisket slices left in the freezer. The next time I make this I'll run some of the slices thru the food processor to a better crunchy coating.

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Now that is a full meal deal right there.

Looks great Chris, and it is a kind of loosen the draw strings couple of days around here also. :emoji_yum: :emoji_yum:

Appreciate it David. I feel kind of guilty just sitting back and not doing much of anything, but at least I did it on a full belly. Hopefully Santa brings me a new set of pj's for Xmas. The draw string on these has reached it's limits unfortunately.

Chris, Your hash looks delicious, my breakfast was cold tortiere pie. :)
Thanks Dave, I bet that pie was good too. I still have one meat pie in the freezer. I holding off until sometime in February to break it out.
Yum. I could take a plate. I like the potato slicer
Appreciate it FB. The slicer is a bit overkill for what we need, but it does a heck of job.

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