What do you with the leftover holiday Turkey and fixings? Quirky turkey hash with sunny side-up eggs, of course.
The holiday turkey dinner is always a huge hit, but what do you do with all that leftover food? Bob Blumer, host of The Surreal Gourmet, suggests a yummy alternative to the traditional potpies and sandwiches, quirky turkey hash with sunny side-up eggs. It's a perfect way to use up the remaining turkey and fixings.
Bob Blumer's Quirky Turkey Hash with Sunny Side-Up Eggs
2 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp + 1 tbsp butter
4 cloves garlic, minced
4 scallions, chopped (or 1/2 small onion)
1 cup each of root vegetables (leftover roasted potatoes, carrots, yams etc.) diced into 1/4" cubes. (Cold mashed potatoes or other mashed veggies can be chopped and substituted for solid veggies.)
1 cup turkey leftovers, cut into 1/2" pieces
1/4 cup (leftover) fresh herbs or parsley, coarsely chopped
1/4 tsp chili powder or cayenne pepper
salt and pepper to taste
1. Add olive oil and 2 tbsp. butter to a sautee pan (medium-high heat).
2. Add garlic, scallions and leftover veggies. Sautee for 10 minutes, or until veggies begin to brown.
3. Add turkey leftovers, any leftover fresh herbs or parsley, salt, pepper and chili powder or cayenne pepper, and continue to sautee until contents are transformed into crispy browned nuggets. Remove pan from heat.
4. Add 1 tbsp. butter to a separate sautee pan (medium heat), and cook two eggs sunny-side-up.
5. To serve, spoon half of the turkey hash on a plate, then slide one sunny-side-up egg over top. Serves 2.