Roast Beef Hash

I’ve rediscovered roast beef hash, and boy, it’s good.

My husband likes a tasty simple crockpot beef recipe (3-lb. chuck or eye roast, 1 tsp. garlic powder, 1 tsp. onion powder, salt, pepper, cover with a prepared package of au jus gravy mix, and cook for 6 hours or more). The meat is good for open-face sandwiches, but what do I do when I’m tired of them?

Answer: Chop up some of the beef and throw it in a skillet with a little melted butter, some leftover gravy, and some grilled Vidalia onion I had in the fridge, chopped. When the gravy has just about cooked away, crack an egg into the skillet and stir to scramble. Mmmm, hearty breakfast!

You’re supposed to also include chopped potatoes, but that’s not South Beach-friendly. Or beets, for red flannel hash, but ick.

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