What is the holidays without a beautiful ham on the table? The best part of Christmas ham is all of the leftovers. Turn those irresistible leftovers into your new favorite brunch dish, Gluten and Dairy Free Easy Free Ham Hash Skillet.
Ham and potatoes just belong together, like Dairy Free Cheesy Ham Hashbrown Casserole. This fully loaded breakfast skillet is the ideal one dish wonder that is perfect for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner.
Using your leftover ham as the base for Gluten and Dairy Free Easy Ham Hash Skillet, it doesn't take much to bring this hearty and comforting meal together. With just 30 minutes and a handful of ingredients, this is a great dish for any day of the week.
- Ham - Salty, savory, and meaty, ham makes this potato hash extra savory.
- Potatoes - Use your favorite variety for this hash recipe. baby potatoes also work well for this recipe and cook up tender on this inside with that crispy crusty exterior.
- Green Pepper - Adds earthiness and savory flavor without spice.
- Onion - Adds both savory flavor but also sweetness.
- Salt and Pepper - Potatoes love salt and pepper. Because the ham is also salty it doesn't take much to make this dish shine.
- Dried Oregano - Adds a fresh and herbaceous note.
- Olive Oil - Helps get those potatoes extra crispy.
- Eggs - Is there anything better than that perfect bite of ham and potato dipped in molten golden yolk? Cook your eggs your favorite way just as sunny side up, fried, or poached.
How to Make Gluten and Dairy Free Easy Ham Hash Skillet
This dish only requires a single skillet and less than 30 minutes. Whether you're looking for an idea for leftover ham or just a new breakfast dish, make this part of your regular rotation!
Time needed: 30 minutes.
Savory ham, crispy potatoes, and just the right balance of aromatics make this an instant classic.
Cut all of your vegetables and ham into fairly even sized pieces.
Place your skillet on medium heat and allow it to get hot before adding your oil. Let your oil heat through.
Add your potatoes and let them brown, only turning them occasionally to let the color develop. Cook until slightly tender.
Add the remaining ingredients and turn the heat to low. Allow everything to cook until the potatoes are fully tender, and the vegetables are tender crisp.
- Finishing Touch
Top your ham hash with eggs cooked your favorite way and enjoy!
This same recipe can be made with any of your favorite proteins such as steak, turkey, or corned beef. In addition, you can also swap out the regular potatoes in this recipe for sweet potatoes.
Like things spicy? Add a jalapeno or poblano pepper to your mix instead of the green bell pepper. And a splash of hot sauce is always the perfect finishing touch for an egg.
- Sharp Knife - The most labor intensive part of making this recipe for Gluten and Dairy Free Easy Ham Hash Skillet is chopping the ham and vegetables. Having a sharp and dependable knife makes it a breeze. The Cooking Guild has a wide selection that is not only incredible quality, but also beautiful.
- Skillet - You want a pan that is large enough for your potatoes, ham, and vegetables to be spread out. This will allow them to brown instead of being piled up on each other and steam.
Top Tip for Gluten and Dairy Free Easy Ham Hash Skillet
Make sure that all of your ingredients are cut to similar sizes. Keeping your ham and potatoes as the same size will not only allow them to brown more easily, but also ensure that you get that crispy exterior and fluffy, tender interior of the potato. Chopping your onions and pepper smaller will allow them to cook through while remaining tender-crisp.
Gluten and Dairy Free Easy Ham Hash Skillet
- 1 sharp knife
- 1 Large skillet
- 2 cups ham, cubed
- 2 cups potatoes, cubed
- 1 green pepper, diced
- 1 onion, diced
- ½ tsp black pepper
- 1 tsp kosher salt
- ½ tsp oregano
- 2 tbsp olive oil
- eggs cooked your favorite way
- Chop all of your vegetables and ham.
- Heat a skillet over medium heat. Add olive oil.
- Add the potatoes and allow them to cook until browned and slightly tender, 5-10 minutes.
- Add the remaining ingredients and toss to combine.
- Reduce heat to low and allow to cook until the potatoes are fully tender, about 10 minutes.
- To serve, top with eggs cooked your favorite way.
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