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Turkey & Sweet Potato Hangover Hash

Turkey & Sweet Potato Hangover Hash

Turkey & Sweet Potato Hangover Hash


Forget those dry turkey sandwiches and whip up this simple hash using your Thanksgiving leftovers for late morning brunch. It’s impossible to mess up and you can toss in virtually any leftover side dish (well, maybe except Aunt Jenny’s congealed salad). Just keep your ratio 1:1 for meat and sides, and you’ll have a good, hearty ‘hangover hash’ to serve up with some fried eggs – and a good strong cup of coffee. Here’s how.

Servings: 6-8



In a large skillet over medium-high heat, melt butter and sauté celery and onions until they begin to brown (if using dry rubbed sage, add it to the butter prior to adding the veggies). Add sweet potatoes, turkey and fresh sage and sauté until everything is nice and browned. Remove from heat and serve with fried eggs.

NOTE: Feel free to add a splash of water or stock should your hash look too dry. Additionally, if your sweet potatoes are soft (or mashed), save them for the very last step and stir in until heated through before removing from the stove.