Leftover Prime Rib Hash
Oh my gosh! Who knew this simple Leftover Prime Rib Hash would be so incredible?! I’m not kidding – The first time we used our leftovers from a prime rib roast for a Christmas morning breakfast hash we were just stunned at how great it was! So if you’re looking for some amazing meal ideas that do justice to that expensive roast you just cooked to perfection, try our prime rib hash for breakfast and our leftover prime rib stroganoff!
Some things are so incredibly delicious, and it’s really hard to share a taste experience here with you via words and photos…so just know, that this breakfast is one that I wish I could set you all here at my kitchen island and serve it up to you steaming and fresh. It would be so rewarding to see you enjoy this leftover prime rib hash!
When you make this at home for yourself, don’t skip the egg 🙂 Even if you don’t like sunny side up eggs, make sure that you leave your egg yolk fairly runny as the yolk running over your hash and combining with the prime rib and potatoes is just fabulous!
Last Updated: April 14th, 2017
Leftover Prime Rib Recipes
- Leftover Prime Rib Beef Stroganoff (Prime Stroganoff) (this page)
- Leftover Prime Rib Hash
- Leftover Prime Rib Beef Barley Soup with Mushrooms
- Leftover Prime Rib Tacos
Your amazing prime rib roast in an equally amazing breakfast hash!
- 2 cups prime rib roast (1/4" cubed)
- 2 cups potatoes (1/4" cubed, we used yukon gold)
- 1/2 cup yellow onion (minced)
- 1/2 Tbsp garlic (minced)
- 1/4 tsp turmeric
- 1/8 tsp nutmeg
- 1/8 tsp paprika
- 1/8 tsp ground sage
- 1/8 tsp tarragon
- salt & pepper (to taste)
- 1/4 cup milk (we used 1/8 c milk, and the remainder 1/8 c au jus)
- 2 Tbsp all-purpose flour
- 4 large eggs (4 = 1 per person, use more if you prefer)
- 2 Tbsp parsley (chopped, optional for garnish)
Use either the rendered fat from your prime rib roast, or extra virgin olive oil, and heat your large skillet or frying pan to medium heat. Cook the cubed potatoes, minced onion and garlic and cook on medium for about 3 minutes until the potatoes are starting to get tender and the onion is translucent.
Add the seasoning: turmeric, nutmeg, paprika, ground sage, tarragon, and salt & pepper (as needed). Cook for 8-10 minutes, browning the potatoes. Add the cubed prime rib and cook for 5 minutes.
Combine the milk (or your mixed milk/au jus) with the flour and stir it into the hash mixture. Use your spatula to spread the hash evenly throughout the pan and flatten the hash. Cook on medium high for an additional 5 minutes, flipping the hash as needed to brown your hash and get your desired level of crispiness.
In another frying pan or skillet, cook your eggs sunny side up to serve on your hash. Dish up the leftover prime rib hash with the egg(s) served on top, add parsley for garnish (optional).