For this month’s Secret Recipe Club, I was assigned Sid’s blog, Sid’s Sea Palm Cooking (sea palm being an edible type of seaweed). Sid loves to cook, entertain and take pictures, so naturally food blogging is a must!
Sid has a whole section of the blog dedicated to Danish dishes, I was so intrigued, I couldn’t help but choose one of those for today’s reveal. The dish is Biksemad, which is simply a hash. I’ve never really eaten hash except for that mushy stuff that comes out of a can, so though this recipe is actually all about reinventing leftovers, I found it to be a real treat!
So often I find myself wondering what to do with all of that leftover roast (with two young picky eaters, it’s really just my husband & I eating roast) and Biksemad is the perfect solution! I know I will be making this dish frequently and I can’t wait to try some of Sid’s suggested variations (like adding vegetables!)
Recipe from Sid’s Sea Palm Cooking
½ tbsp bacon drippings (or oil)
½ tbsp butter
1 large potato (raw or boiled)
3-4 oz cooked roast
2 eggs, fried over easy
Heat the bacon drippings and butter over medium-high heat. Add the potato and cook until browned on all sides. If using a raw potato, reduce heat to medium and cook until tender; 15-20 minutes.
Add the roast and season with seasoning salt and pepper. Divide the hash onto two plates. Then, using the same skillet, fry the eggs over easy, or to taste. Place the fried eggs over the hash and serve.
Thanks for the kind words about one of my favorite dishes. Now I'm hungry. I also like a dash of ketchup on top of my Biksemad.ReplyDelete
I love a good hash!ReplyDelete
My mom made hash for us....I have never tried to make it but this really looks good! Great SRC choice.ReplyDelete
What a great use for the leftover roast - and that hash looks delicious! I love a good hash, but almost never make it... really great choice.ReplyDelete
I've never had a hash before. Hmm...this would be great to make the next time I make a roast. Great SRC choice!ReplyDelete
Yum! that looks good. I'm a fellow src member...group DReplyDelete
Oooh Amy that looks SO good!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing. Think I might try my hand at this recipe.
Looks great and a perfect way to re-energize leftovers. Nice pick!ReplyDelete
This recipe is great it looks delicious!
Happy Valentine Day!
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What an easy recipe. It's always nice to find new ways of using leftover roast.ReplyDelete
YUMMY!!! I want to try it out!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for partying at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality! Can't wait to see what you link up tomorrow evening!!