Some nights, the easiest thing to do for dinner is breakfast. When you’re having one of those nights, but want something savory and satisfying, think: Hash. You can’t beat the smell of onions, peppers, and golden-brown potatoes cooking off in a skillet—and the smoked salmon takes this “breakfast” to a whole other level.
Serve with a fried or poached egg on top. A fresh spinach salad also makes a good side.
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Tasty recipe, but a lot of effort for a basic meal. I used smoked whitefish instead of the salmon. It was significantly cheaper and quite delicious, if you like smoked fish. I would parboil the potatoes before cooking in the pan, as the peppers tended to be too soft by the time the potatoes were cooked through.
Great recipe; loved by the whole family. I substituted quartered brussels sprouts for the green bell pepper (it is what I had on hand), and it worked wonderfully.
Love-love-love this dish. Here in Denver, CO we have a breakfast place that served a dish like this, and now they've discontinued it and I am SO GLAD to have this recipe. This is a really good breakfast dish, served alongside a sunny side up egg, and *BONUS* we enjoyed the leftovers the next day as well.
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