It’s not easy for me to get Tex-Mex food up here in Oregon. Shocker right? So, slowly over the years I have figured out how to make my own Tex-Mex. Once I figured out how to make Carne Asada on a grill I found all kinds of uses for it. I tend to make a breakfast hash to use up fresh ingredients before they go bad like peppers, cilantro, and tomatoes.
Here’s a breakfast recipe I love, Carne Asada Hash. I hope you like it too!
Carne Asada Hash Recipe
2 pounds Carne Asada
5 large potatoes – chopped
7 small colored peppers – chopped
1 large onion – chopped
2 large tomatoes – chopped
2 tbsp. of olive oil
Salt and pepper to season
Heat your cast iron and olive oil over high heat
Once the oil begins to bubble place your meat in the pan
Cook to a medium rare, about 3 minutes on each side
Remove the meat and set to the side
Add your chopped peppers, onion, potatoes and cook till tender
Add your carne asada back to your cast iron pan
Heat your oven to 350 degrees
Using a spoon or your hands, create small holes in the food by moving the food over to hold your egg
Crack each egg into the hole you created
Place in the oven for 5-7 minutes until the egg is cooked
Questions answered about this Carne Asada Hash
I have had several people ask questions now, so I thought I would add a little Q&A to this recipe.
What kind of potatoes can I use?
It doesn’t matter what kind of potatoes you use. I typically use whatever I had in the kitchen at the time. I think I have used three different kinds of potatoes and personally I cannot tell a difference. The same thing goes for the peppers and tomatoes, I use what I have on hand. This is an awesome recipe for using up ingredients before they go bad.
How do I make carne asada?
You can make the above recipe without going all out to make Carne Asada, but if you want to make Carne Asada and then use the leftovers for the hash then you will want this recipe! Carne Asada isn’t just great in a breakfast hash, but also delicious in tacos and burritos.