Salami Hash & Eggs

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2014/03/04 12:31:24 (permalink)

Salami Hash & Eggs

I made some homemede salami a few weeks ago. I though Salami Hash sounded good..
 
Onions, potatoes, salami.....I think it needs some peppers...

 
Two eggs over easy with Salami Hash and sourdough toast....
 

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    Michael Hoffman
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    Re:Salami Hash & Eggs 2014/03/04 12:54:05 (permalink)
    That looks mighty good, I hate to say. I love salami and eggs. In fact, I made some for myself on Sunday.
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    Re:Salami Hash & Eggs 2014/03/04 13:12:28 (permalink)
    I've actually done this with (of all things) leftover hot dogs diced up in desperation during a 1990's snow storm.
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    Re:Salami Hash & Eggs 2014/03/04 13:17:11 (permalink)
    Haven't tried it with salami or hot dogs, but I'm putting it on my list.
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    Re:Salami Hash & Eggs 2014/03/04 13:17:32 (permalink)
    Bill, you never cease to amaze me with what you come up with. I developed a taste for corned beef hash while in Groton and on the boats and I think I would definately like this. I love all cured meats. 
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    Re:Salami Hash & Eggs 2014/06/24 18:50:13 (permalink)
    Sounds like Hopple Popple from Benji's Deli in Milwaukee.
     
    This is a compliment by the way.
     
    I've been making something like this for years using whatever sausage I had on hand and whatever cheese I had.
     
    I called it Breakfast Mess.
     
    Salami, ring bologna, andouille, beef franks. Cheddar, mozz, muenster, swiss. Reds, russets, Yukon golds.
     
    Just finish it with eggs and I serve it as Breakfast Mess.
     
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    Re:Salami Hash & Eggs 2014/06/24 18:57:58 (permalink)
    FWIW, here is Benji's menu,
     

     
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    Re:Salami Hash & Eggs 2014/06/25 04:19:48 (permalink)
    The difference is - His is made with a high quality, home-made Salami that was done with TLC! 
    http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/tm.aspx?m=766523&high=Salami
    post edited by Foodbme - 2014/06/25 04:21:33
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    Re:Salami Hash & Eggs 2014/06/25 07:13:09 (permalink)
    I wonder if there's a meat that wouldn't work in hash.  I guess chicken or turkey hash might not be too flavorful on its own.  
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    Re:Salami Hash & Eggs 2014/06/25 11:20:56 (permalink)
    Ketteract

    I wonder if there's a meat that wouldn't work in hash.  I guess chicken or turkey hash might not be too flavorful on its own.  

    Clam hash is good.
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    Re:Salami Hash & Eggs 2014/06/25 12:00:57 (permalink)
    Mmm, clam hash sounds great to me.
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    Re:Salami Hash & Eggs 2014/06/26 08:26:34 (permalink)
    Next time I would try it with the Spanish Chorizo, it would soften a bit while heating and releasing it's juices/fats into the potato when frying. 
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    Re:Salami Hash & Eggs 2014/06/26 18:21:08 (permalink)
    Back "then" (50's - 60's), if there was no breakfast meat in the fridge, mom would fry up some slices of summer sausage for our fried eggs.  After it got a little crispy, it seemed enough like bacon.  Worked for us.
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