Recipe Origin America
Rating
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Servings 4
Preparation 30 min 00:30
Cook 30 min 00:30
Ready in 1 hour 01:00
Difficulty Seasoned
Cooking Method Fry
Ingredients Meat Pork Potato Vegetable
Equipment BBQ Griddle
Recipe Type Breakfast Leftovers
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Pulled Pork Hash

Always looking for ways to use up leftover pulled pork? This is a great morning after recipe that isn’t too porky as it is combined with a hash then topped with a fried egg.

The recipe uses potato, onion, and bell pepper as a hash base but there may be other items that you enjoy or want to use up also which can substitute or be added to these.

The egg yolk acts as a sauce as it runs down into the hash, but feel free to cooked in your preferred way, to your preferred doneness.

Ingredients

2 potatoes

1 brown onion

1 red bell pepper (capsicum)

1 yellow bell pepper (capsicum)

oil, as needed

3 cups leftover pulled pork

4 eggs

Equipment

flat top grill or griddle

Recipe Directions

  1. Peel the potatoes and onion. Cut into even sized pieces so they will cook and be ready at the same time.
    Tip: The larger the pieces to longer/harder to cook, especially the potato.

  2. Prepare the bell peppers by removing the seeds and white pith. Cut into pieces the same size as the potato and onion.

  3. Preheat the flattop grill/hotplate to a medium hot temperature. Add some oil when hot.

  4. Add the potato, onion and bell pepper and cook until starting to soften.
    Tip: If you keep the ingredients separately spaced you can move the different heat areas of the the grill to make sure all are done at the same time.

  5. Add the leftover pulled pork to the grill and heat through, then mix with the vegetables. Remember as the pulled pork has been sauced it is likely to have a high sugar content that will allow it to burn easily. Either keep it moving when cooking or turn the hot plate down.
    Taste and adjust the flavor as needed with extra BBQ sauce, salt, pepper, and/or rub.

  6. When the hash is almost ready to serve clear a spot on the hot plate, add some extra oil then crack the eggs to fry.
    You can flip them part way through or place something like and upside down bowl on them to make sure to top is cooked, yet the yolk is still soft.

  7. Serve the hash, top with the egg and serve immediately.

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Recipe Origin America
Rating
No Reviews
Servings 4
Preparation 30 min 00:30
Cook 30 min 00:30
Ready in 1 hour 01:00
Difficulty Seasoned
Cooking Method Fry
Ingredients Meat Pork Potato Vegetable
Equipment BBQ Griddle
Recipe Type Breakfast Leftovers
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