Leftover Love: Roasted Root Hash
The best part of this weekend are the leftovers.
I will be eating turkey sandwiches with cranberry orange relish piled with leftover stuffing all weekend.
Otherwise know as "The Gobbler".
Breakfast will be a roasted root vegetable hash with eggs.
I always make extra roasted vegetables so I can make a turkey pot pie or this recipe the next day.
This is nice mix of everything yummy, and I'm calling it a hash.
Make sure you cut up your veggies all the same size.
You can use any leftover vegetables, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, apples, even some leftover stuffing from yesterday would be great.
I roasted sweet potatoes, red beets, carrots and parsnips all on one pan, drizzled w/ olive oil and sprinkled with kosher salt. (400F for about 25 minutes). I splashed them with some balsamic vinegar and served them with the turkey. They are delicious at room temp.
The next a.m., fry up your favorite sausages (casings removed) along w/ a chopped yellow onion in a skillet.
Once the sausage and onion is cooked, add the leftover roasted root vegetables to the skillet.
I used fresh sage leaves, but rosemary would be a nice herb too.
Fry up some eggs (if your cast iron skillet is really seasoned, then you can do this in with the hash, but I fry my eggs in a separate pan).
Serve the hash in bowls and top each with a fried egg.
It's also great with scrambled eggs.
This also makes a delicious, simple dinner when it's chilly outside (which it is).
Let the leftovers begin!
Have a great weekend.