Gordon Ramsay Challenges Hell’s Kitchen Contestant To A Holiday Leftover Dish | Ramsay in 10

Thanksgiving is next week and Gordon is putting the challenge out to Hell’s Kitchen Finalist and Challenge Queen Mia Castro to make a stunning dish out of some Thanksgiving leftovers…in just 10 Minutes. This leftover Thanksgiving Breakfast Hash will take the pain out of any Thanksgiving Hangover you may have! Full recipe below:
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Thanksgiving Hash

Yield: 2 servings

For hash:

⅓ C onion, small diced
1 C leftover ham/roast pork/turkey, small diced
1 ea. Medium Yukon potato, small diced
1-2 T grapeseed oil
1-2 T butter
¼ C “bottom of the bag” crumbled plantain chips
2 T chives, sliced
2-4 ea. eggs


Drop diced potatoes in a 350F fryer, and fry until golden (3-5 minutes).
In a large pan, over medium-high heat, add oil, onions, and leftover meat. Saute until meat is golden brown and onions are translucent (3-5 minutes). Add cooked potatoes, butter, and season with salt. Garnish with chives. Serve. Add crumbled chips.
Top with a sunny side up eggs.

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