Sunday, December 29, 2013

Smoked Salmon Hash

Smoked Salmon and Sweet Potato Hash
A friend of mine visiting from out of town stopped by the famed Swan Oyster Depot Restaurant in San Francisco and brought me a big chunk of Local Smoked Salmon. This restaurant has a amazing selection of prepared foods to eat there or take home. A lot of ideas went through my head on using this beautiful fish before I finally decided on making a breakfast hash with it.

Smoked Salmon Hash
1 pound Smoked Salmon
1 Sweet Potato, diced
1/2 Sweet yellow onion, diced
3 Strips Thick Sliced Bacon, diced
1 Handful Spinach
3 Organic Eggs

1. Slowly cook the bacon with the onions and sweet potatoes in a non stick or cast iron pan.
2. As the hash is cooking bring a small pot of water to a simmer for poaching the eggs, a dash of plain white vinegar will help keep the egg from spreading and keep it into a round shape.
3. When the hash is tender and slightly brown add the spinach and crumbled salmon to cook.
4. Season with S/P and split on three warm plates, top with a soft poached egg on each.


Smoke Salmon is available in well stocked markets everywhere.

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