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Smoky Beef Brisket and Potato Hash with the left overs from that BBQ Jennee cooked yesterday

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When you have a bit of brisket left over from your barbecue, and maybe a few of those coal roasted potatoes and the garlic butter that accompanied them, and possibly a bit of chopped onion, tomato and capsicum left from that salad, I feel there is but one thing a young man can do… and that one thing is not to make a weird sex film for the inter web super highway starring one man and his dinner. No, there are plenty of those about already. That one possible scenario I can take from this is to make brisket and potato hash!

What a breakfast!

This is certainly not going to be the kind of thing you will consume for breakfast if you routinely start your day with a cup o’ tea, shredded apple, muesli and co-yo (coconut yoghurt. If you haven’t heard of it you will… you will) and a skim read of the local newspaper, saving your real reading time for the supermarket pamphlets in the middle.

This will very seriously appeal to you though, if you spent the night previous drinking your body weight in alcoholic beverages and, on this morn, you are the proud owner of a sore gut, throbbing head and very low IQ. This food was born for hang overs… also, it would probably suit you if you were just down right keen on a meaty slap up breaky!

Done.

On with the cooking.

Mis en place? Check. Did that last night. Damn, I love left overs

Mis en place? Check. Did that last night. Damn, I love left overs

Time to sort this out

Time to sort this out

BRISKET AND POTATO HASH (for 4)

2-3 cups shredded brisket (or what ever meat you want to use/have lying about)
3 medium potatoes, cooked and cut into large chunks (I had a bit of sweet potato left over so that went in there too)
½ onion (I don’t care what colour it is), diced
1 tomato, diced
1 capsicum (bell pepper), diced
1 jalapeño chilli, sliced
Seasoning
Fried eggs, rocket or spinach, toast and HP sauce to serve
• Sauté brisket and potatoes in a little oil
• Once starting to get some colour add all other ingredients and season to taste
• Cook for another 2 minutes
• Serve with toast and eggs and sauce and shit
• Straight in your face hole!!

11 comments on “Smoky Beef Brisket and Potato Hash with the left overs from that BBQ Jennee cooked yesterday

  1. Dear Sir and Madam, I would like to stuff this into my face hole. I need to invest in some leftover brisket.

    1. Bahaha. Indeed you do my friend. I like your style!

      Yours sincerely,
      Sir and Madam
      🙂

  2. Mr Fitz says:

    That’s my kinda breakfast.. Second day fried spuds on meat juice and butter is always a winner..

    1. Yes, yes it is. Mmmmm, meat juice and butter 🙂

  3. Dana Fashina says:

    A breakfast of champions. If I drank as much as you did, I couldn’t handle this, so I admire your ambition sir.
    Very well done. Ploughing on like a f*cking SOLdier.

    1. Damn tootin, my friend. Fucking soldiers are us!

  4. kandee2013 says:

    OMG … speaking of weird sex films and flexing, half-naked in the mirror (I added THAT part) … I DO LOVE to make hash (leftover gear from the night b4 … even BETTER if it happens to be of the smokie persuasion) … sadly … my lovely wife does NOT share my passion …. *sigh*

    1. She doesn’t share your passion for hash or weird sex films? 🙂
      Not to worry, my friend, more for you!!

  5. This is EXACTLY the type of breakfast I love. Muesli, shredded apple, and tea? Life is much too short to torturing yourself with that for breakfast. The porn…hmm…I’d have to think on that one. 😉

    As I scroll down and see all of your recipes I’ve missed over the last few days I’m thinking that you need to be my personal chef.

    1. Thank you my friend. My fees are very reasonable BTW… As a personal chef that is… Just wanted to clear that up 🙂

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