Potato and Bacon Hash

Great Comfort Food ... and the Aroma will Drive You Crazy!

Great Comfort Food ... and the
Aroma will Drive You Crazy!


Potato and Bacon Hash with cheese

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Here's How to Make This Super Comfort Food!

Here's How to Make This
Super Comfort Food!

  1. In a large saucepan, add the dehydrated sliced potatoes, onion, and elephant garlic. Add boiling water to cover them all. Let them re-hydrate in the pan, add more boiling water if necessary.
  2. Fry up the bacon!
  3. While the bacon is cooking, combine the flour (or corn start) and water in a measuring jug, add the ketchup and Worcestershire sauce, mix well with a whisk, and set aside.
  4. When the potato mix is sufficiently re-hydrated (and remember, the potatoes are already cooked prior to dehydrating so they only need to be heated through), re-stir and add the ketchup mix and gently stir the whole ingredients in the pan and cook a few minutes more.
  5. Add the bacon, crumbled (or any other flavorful meat!)
  6. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  7. Sprinkle on about 4 oz grated cheddar cheese, let it melt and serve!

... And I'll Be Right Over For Some!

... And I'll Be
Right Over For Some!

This is a fun meal to make on a leisurely Sunday morning; it drives people mad with the sizzling bacon aroma, and by the time it's ready, it is devoured with lightning speed! It's a pretty hearty meal, and it makes a great brunch – take it outside and enjoy the fresh air! This dish will fill you up, and keep you going easily until the dinner time evening meal.

You can substitute the bacon for canned corned beef, but watch the corned beef from sticking to the pan. (Check out the non-stick pans from Amazon below).

Leftovers? Shape them into cakes, lightly flour them, and add to an oiled hot pan the day after. Let them sit, so they get a crust, then flip over carefully. Some people like their potato and bacon hash with a dash of tomato ketchup and some scrambled eggs!

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