Leftover Prime Rib Breakfast Hash is made easy by roasting potatoes, onions and garlic with fresh thyme on a sheet pan before tossing with baby spinach. Topped with a fried egg and served with buttered toast for a deliciously soul-satisfying breakfast.
Got leftover prime rib? Make hash!
After the holidays, I’m always up to my eyeballs in leftover prime rib – which I’m not complaining about, trust me. One of my favorite ways to use leftover prime rib is in a breakfast hash. And the only thing I love more than breakfast hash is making it all on a single sheet pan. That’s right! The whole thing (with the exception of the fried eggs) is made on a rimmed metal baking sheet and it couldn’t be any easier.
Potatoes roast with onions, garlic and fresh thyme before tossing with leftover prime rib and spinach. A deliciously satisfying breakfast and great way to use up leftover prime rib.
To Make This Leftover Prime Rib Breakfast Hash You Will Need:
- olive oil spray
- red onion
- fresh thyme
- kosher salt
- olive oil
- leftover prime rib
- baby spinach
- black pepper
- green onions
Preheat your oven to 400° and lightly spray a rimmed baking sheet with olive oil.
Dice 4 medium potatoes. I’m using white potatoes but Yukon gold, red or russet can be substituted. Add the diced potatoes to the baking sheet with 1/2 a diced red onion, 2 cloves garlic, 1 teaspoon fresh thyme leaves, 3/4 teaspoon paprika and a couple generous pinches of kosher salt.
Drizzle with 1 tablespoon of olive oil.
Toss well to coat and then spread evenly in the pan. Roast on the middle rack of your oven for 20 minutes, rotating halfway through. This will ensure even cooking.
Once the potatoes are tender, remove the pan and turn the oven to broil. Use oven mitts to carefully move the oven rack to the highest position. Scatter the leftover prime rib over top of the potatoes and onions before sliding under the broiler for 3 to 4 minutes or until the beef starts to brown a little.
Immediately remove the pan and turn off the oven. Season with freshly ground black pepper and add 2 to 3 handfuls of baby spinach to the hash.
Use a spatula to gently toss the spinach in with the hash. Place the pan back into the oven, it should be turned off but still warm, and allow the spinach to wilt.
Meanwhile fry up some eggs.
Remove the sheet pan hash. The spinach should have wilted beautifully.
Toss the potatoes and spinach together one last time before dividing among 4 plates.
Top each plate with a fried egg and sprinkle with green onions. Add a little red pepper flakes too if you so desire.
Break the yolk and let it run over the prime rib breakfast hash.
THIS RECIPE IS AMAZING!
And it’s something I make every year for breakfast, right after we’ve wrapped up Christmas. This hash is such a cozy breakfast and smells incredible when it’s in the oven.
I serve it with toast to wipe the bowl clean with. #noshameinmygame
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