Day After Thanksgiving Breakfast Hash with Cheddar Mashed Potato Pancakes.
First… you stuff yourself silly.
Then… you fall into a nice long food coma.
And THEN! You wake up starving, pile all sorts of junk into a skillet with butter and eat it for breakfast. Seriously… you want to do this. I mean, it’s just like toast.
Thanksgiving Breakfast Hash with Cheddar Mashed Potato Pancakes
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1 tablespoon butter
- 2-3 cups of leftover stuffing
- one recipe of mashed potato pancakes + 1/3 cup grated cheddar
- 3-4 eggs
- fresh parsley for topping
- any additional breakfast ingredients you wish such as bacon/onions, if it’s not in your stuffing or apples to caramelize or even corn!
- In a large skillet (I used a cast iron), heat olive olive over medium heat and add butter. Set potato pancakes in the pan, then fill in the holes with stuffing. Cook for 3-4 minutes, or until golden brown and crispy, then gently flip the pancakes and the stuffing, and cook for 3-4 minutes more. While the potatoes and stuffing are cooking, heat another skillet and cook eggs as desired. Add eggs on top of stuffing, garnish with fresh parsley and serve.
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Finally, you’ll probably eat it straight out of the skillet. It happens.
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Made this stuffing for Thanksgiving today, full recipe. It was very good. Since it was just my wife, myself, and my young son, we made a chicken instead of a turkey, and just for yucks a small Cornish Hen, and stuffed them both. The filling in the birds tasted better as it was a little moister. The remainder was made in a loaf pan and was a bit dry. I’ll chalk that up to my judgement on the broth. Altogether very good, nice blend of seasonings, close to what my mom made but I dont have her recipe and that was decades ago. So thank you for this. My wife has never liked stuffing, but has also never had it from inside the bird. Her exact words were “ I dont even like stuffing but I like this!” This will definitely be made again, and I want to do your stuffing hash and eggs tomorrow morning…