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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Leftover Prime Rib Breakfast Hash
- 4 medium potatoes, diced into 1-inch pieces
- 1/2 red onion, diced
- 2 clove garlic, minced
- 1 teaspoon fresh thyme
- 3/4 teaspoon paprika
- kosher salt, to taste
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 8 ounces leftover prime rib, see notes
- 2 handfuls baby spinach
- 3 green onions, sliced
- freshly ground black pepper, to taste
- 4 fried eggs, or poached
- red pepper flakes, for serving (optional)
- Preheat your oven to 400° and lightly spray a rimmed baking sheet with olive oil.
- Add the diced potatoes, onions, garlic, thyme, paprika, a few generous pinches of kosher salt and drizzle with olive oil. Toss to combine and spread out evenly on the sheet pan. Roast for 20 minutes, rotating the pan halfway through.
- Once the potatoes are tender, remove and turn your broiler on high. Use oven mitts to move your oven rack to the highest position.
- Add the diced prime rib to the sheet pan and broil for 3 to 4 minutes or until the edges start to caramelize. Watch carefully to avoid burning.
- Remove, turn off your oven and top with spinach. Toss and place the pan back into the oven to allow the spinach to wilt.
- Meanwhile, fry up the 4 eggs.
- Toss the hash one last time and season with freshly ground black pepper before dividing among plates, topping with a fried egg and sliced green onions.
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This looks really good, especially for a weekend lazy kind of breakfast. I don’t normally have left over prime rib, so ham? I’m thinking that would do the trick, too.
Oh yes! Ham would be fabulous in this!
Oh yes, I love everything about this (& the photos are gorgeous!). Perfect weekend breakfast.
Oh yes this is my kind of breakfast!! Actually… I would eat it any time of day!
This is like the ultimate breakfast. I wish I had that in front of me right now. Unfortunately, I have a computer and some lukewarm coffee 🙁 haha come make this for me? Btw, I LOVE your photos. Have a wonderful weekend 🙂 xo
Please come live with me and make me this breakfast every day for as long as we both shall live 😉
I have never heard of a better way to use leftover prime rib. Seriously, please open up a breakfast joint so I can visit and be dazzled by breakfasts like this!
Telepathy twice in a week……made brussel sprouts and bacon NYE, next time will add balsamic vinegar and then with left-over pot roast made hash and fried-eggs. This is my favorite breakfast, lunch and dinner though…..I LOVE EGGS!!!!!
That is my kind of meal!
I would score major brownie points with my hubby if I served him this breakfast. This looks so good!
I love hash, and have never made my own, maybe you have given me the courage to try.
Girlllll this looks amazing!!
This is awesome. I always end up making breakfast hash when it’s time to clean out the fridge. And everything is better with an egg on top!
This puts the cold pop-tart I had for breakfast to shame! Seriously, looks sooo good. 🙂
yuuuuuum! yumity yum yum! Totally not weird that you woke up at the butt crack of dawn thinking about hash – happened to me a time or two as well. I love hashes not only because they make a hearty delicious breakfast but also because they’re great for using up leftovers. Have a great weekend, my dear!
Look so darn good! Thanks for sharing Laurie!
I love any hash (slash that, I love anything) that has a runny fried egg on the top; but, oooh prime rib hash sound so luxurious!
This looks freaking awesome!! Loooove your pictures. I’m totally drooling.
Hash is the best way to use up bunches of leftovers! This looks incredible!
I have leftover potatoes, but not meat. Still going to find a way to make hash tomorrow! And I am so jealous your girls sleep in!!! My 7 year old is up by 6:30 every day, no matter what! It is a good thing he has learned to fend for himself until 7:30 on weekends.
Absolutely beautiful blog!
The only way I eat a fried egg is if it is over hashbrowns. Best breakfast ever!
Woah, this sounds amazing. To bad I have NONE of the ingredients in my house right now, otherwise I’d be making a batch right away! 😀
i love it when dishes like this just “happen” – a variety of leftovers to truly make something amazing. I love breakfast hash – I haven’t made it in SO long. Geez, I always say that – I need to stop eating the same things every darn day. This would spice things up!
Oh man this looks so good. I think I would make prime rib just for this!
wow this sounds like the most amazing breakfast ever! I think I will be dreaming about this from now on!
I LOVE breakfast hash and eggs but being veggie, it’s a little different than this. I use baby bellas for the “meaty” part of the hash, sauteeing them with onion and garlic until well-sweated. Add salt, pepper and a good quarter cup of aged balsamic vinegar. Finish the pan with about a pound of baby spinach and cover to steam the greens. Uncover once the greens are wilted and let the vinegar reduce. I always pile the vegetables high on a piece of toast (sometimes smeared with a little mayonnaise!) and then top with COLD diced tomatoes (love the contrast in temperatures) and a peppered, salted fried egg. Pierce the yolk and let it run over the whole sloppy mess…. perfection.
Love that you woke up thinking about hash. I’m sure I’ll wake up to that too now that I’ve seen this!
I stumbled upon this post today looking for ideas for “breakfast for dinner.” I had all the ingredients so I made it in a whim and it was delicious! Thanks so much, I’ll definitely be a regular reader now!
Breakfast hash with drippy yolk is the stuff of dreams. And then you went and added bacon fat, you evil genius.