Here is a great hash recipe for those of you that are watching your carbs. We will occasionally add low carb recipes on this site, but if you are on a low carb diet and looking for more recipes than we recommend checking out the low carb recipes on Low Carb Go.
1 slice of bacon, chopped (use two if thinner slices)
10 oz. of leftover beef roast or maybe corned beef
3 small turnips peeled and cubed
Small onion, chopped
½ bouillon cube (dissolve in a 1/2 cup of water).
Pinch of coarse black pepper
Chop the left over beef, the 3 turnips and the small onion. Set aside for now. Place chopped bacon strips in non-stick pan or cast iron skillet and begin to fry on high heat. Add about half of the bouillon when the bacon is half cooked. Then toss in the turnips and stir until they begin to brown. Add diced beef and onion last and saute until it gets brown and crispy. When hash is nearly done, drop the heat to about medium and add the other half of the bouillon. Simmer stirring often until most of the bouillon juice is gone. Make sure everything is cooked and warm. Then sprinkle with coarse black pepper and serve at once. I also like to add over easy eggs on top of my hash!
Nutritional Info: Makes 4 servings, each contains:
22 g fat
3.45 grams of net carbs
19 grams of protein
130 mg sodium (more if using corned beef)