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How To Make Turkey Hash

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The heavenly aroma still hung in the house. But it was gone, all gone! No turkey! No turkey sandwiches! No turkey salad! No turkey gravy! Turkey Hash! Turkey a la King! Or gallons of turkey soup! Gone, ALL GONE!

Did someone say turkey hash?


For years I’ve been hearing that speech and thinking turkey hash would be a good idea. Now I can confirm: It’s a very good idea. Basically the same as corned beef hash, but with turkey instead.

Just dice up your leftover turkey, and a potato or two, and some onion if you like.

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Melt some bacon fat in a pan and put the potatoes in, along with some salt and pepper.

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Stir them around a bit over medium heat until cooked all the way through, then add the turkey (and onion, if you’re using it).

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Toss everything together while the turkey re-heats.

And that’s it. A delicious breakfast in no time.

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I could leave it at that, but that last shot really looks better as video.

Yumm.

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