Monday, 16 March 2015

Potato Hash~ Secret recipe challenge 16th March 2015




This is my assignment with the Secret Recipe Club.The aim of the club is that you are allocated a blog from which you have to select a recipe and try it and blog about it. For the month of March my assigned blog was The Heritage Cook written by Jane Bonacci. Jane describes herself as food and travel writer, recipe developer, editor and tester, event manager, passionate baker and cook. Looking through Janes blog, there were many delicious recipes, I liked that her focus is also on gluten free recipes. I settled for breakfast idea. I chose the Turkey Hash as my family love Sunday Brunch and this was perfect for it. I did make slight changes to the recipe to make it vegetarian. I omitted  the turkey and added some mushrooms instead.




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Potato Hash


Delicious and tasty potatoes cooked with onion, peppers and mushrooms for the perfect breakfast accompaniment.

Ingredients:
  • 2 medium red potatoes peeled and coarsely grated
  • 6 button mushrooms finely chopped
  • 1 small red onion cut into very thin slices
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon cracked black pepper
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 each green, red and yellow peppers finely diced

Method:

1.Preheat oven to 180 degrees C / 350 degrees F.2.Oil a deep baking dish and keep aside. 3.In a large bowl add the potatoes, onions, diced peppers, mushrooms, salt and pepper and the oil and toss every thing together. 4.Transfer the potato mixture to the oiled baking dish and pack the potato filling down with a spatula. 5.Bake in the preheated oven for 20-25 minutes until potatoes are cooked and slightly crispy on the edges. Remove from oven and cut into square slices and serve piping hot with baked beans and fried eggs.
Details
Prep time: 10 mins time: 25Total time: 35 minsYield: serves 4







31 comments:

  1. Simple but a delicious side dish for breakfast! Great cooking with you this month!

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  2. Have to remember this one when I'm up to my ears in potatoes from my CSA this year :)

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  3. This looks like a wonderful dish have with breakfast. xo, Catherine

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  4. Looks fab - I might even be able to manage it myself. I'm sure the kids would enjoy it. There's only so much pizza I can take!

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  5. This sounds like such a good idea for a post, and that recipe just looks absolutely lush!

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  6. This looks really delicious and tempting..

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  7. I'd have these with more than just breakfast! Yum!

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  8. OH!! This does look good. Perfect side for dinner, too.

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  9. That sounds delicious and simple to make too

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  10. What a lovely sounding recipe. I love potato based things and this looks quite simple too.

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  11. This looks lovely and sounds really simple too. Must give it a go.

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  12. Oh yes, my Oh would totally love it as an addition to his breakfast

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  13. That looks nice - a bit like rosti.

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  14. What a lovely idea, I love the fuss free method of oven baking:-)

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  15. oh how tasty and quick to make too , ideal for me

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  16. Oh yum, this is very much like potato rosti that we cook. Delicious

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  17. I love the sound of this. I think I'll put the turkey back in if I make it because I love turkey!

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  18. I love this - we make something very similar and it's delicious x x

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  19. This looks really good! Another easy recipe I could cook!! :D

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  20. Funnily enough I had my first successful attempt at rosti yesterday. This looks great - I've pinned it to have a go at it. I think it would work well for baby led weaning which is my current focus!

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  21. Perfect, easy for me to make for Hayden's lunch at nursery!
    Thanks for sharing this hun
    Charlotte x

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  22. Yum, yhat looks delicious - perfect for weekend brunch!

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  23. Looks yum, and so many other recipes to look at from all the link ups.... really need to come back and read them all :)

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  24. I love Potato hash although your recipe is very different from mine

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  25. You cannot go wrong with a good hash! I love everything potatoes ;)

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  26. This sounds amazing. Potato hash is such a comforting dish.x

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  27. This sounds nice and easy and delicious. Will give it a try for weekend brunch.

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  28. The mushrooms sound like a great substitute. Sounds really tasty

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  29. Simple and easy to make but sounds so yummy

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