We love themed parties so in honour of Jamies birthday and his favourite pastime, day drinking; we hosted a drunk brunch on Saturday 80s style. Now, what happens at the B-Rock stays at the B-Rock but I can say it was one of the best parties we have ever had and sadly my last as I am moving out in two weeks.
We made this a potluck party as there would be over 10 guests and we are poor. I made my mothers famous Ranch Style Hash Browns. This is one of those recipes you give out to every person after they try the dish.
This recipe is a family favorite. My mom passed down her cheesy potato casserole to me years ago and I have made it several different ways. This version, Cheesy Ranch Potato Casserole is just like the classic but full of my favorite ranch flavor.
Hash is a South Carolina original, a dish so unique to SC which is arguably also the birthplace of barbecue that if youre from virtually any other part of the country you probably have an entirely different dish i tankerne. No, were not talking corned beef hash.
Our Upstate style of hash is very different from what you will find anywhere else in the state. Our recipe containsonly a smallamount ofpork, if any, and is eaten as a main dish with white loaf breador on a bun with coleslaw or just with a good slather of Dukes mayonnaise.
Its nothing like what the name sounds. Itsnot breakfast hash and nothing like corned beef hash. Its a vast mixture of animal parts, mainly pork, with BBQ sauce, potatoes, onions, and spices in recipes from Columbia to the coast and on down.
Its anywhere from a soupy mush to stringy beef that will melt in your mouth. Funny thing is you can travel thirty miles North of Gaffney, SC, to the stateNorth Carolina and most folks there will have no idea what hash is in any form.
My hash recipe is handed down from my father. Its the same, unchanged concoction he and hisgood friend Fire Fighter/ChiefCharles Petty came up with back in the early 60s, long before I was born.
My fatherowned a local restaurant in Gaffney, SC, called the Joy Drive-In, and he served this hash recipe only on the 4th of July because also located in Gaffney was Bill Willardsplace Willards Hash & BBQ.
Hewas also a very close friend and my father was the type of man who did not want to infringe on another mans livelihood. Bill was famous forhis hash, andit was served every dayin his hash and BBQ restaurant.
Download the SC BBQ Trail map and find restaurants serving all the types of hash we enjoy in SC or use our SCBBQ Restaurant Field Guide to all the SCBBQ restaurants within 10 miles of an interstate exit.
This recipe is the style and flavorof hash you will find in Cherokee County. The same hash you would have found at Willards or the Joy Drive-In; both are now closed andjust memories, pieces of the past that will live through this small-batch recipe that I hope you try and enjoy.
If your family is anything like mine, they LOVE hash brown casserole. Just wait until they try this recipe. Flavored with ranch and lots of cheddar cheese, this potato side dish is going straight to your keeper file. The best part? Cheesy Ranch Hash Brown Casserole is perfect for all of your holiday dinners but easy enough to serve any weeknight.
When holiday time rolls around, nothing beats a classic hash brown casserole. Bites of hearty potatoes, crisp little edges, and cheese! Lots of cheese for me, please. Imagine a warm, melty dish of this recipe at your Thanksgiving table. Or, how about Christmas breakfast? Yes and yes.
For this recipe, we wanted BIG cheese flavor. Want to know how we got it? We picked BordenÂ® Cheese Thick Cut Shreds. You can find them in convenient packages in the refrigerated section of your local Food Lion.
Dont you love how simple the ingredients are? Using a mix of fresh and convenience ingredients makes this super easy to throw together during the holiday season. No worries, it tastes like you spent all day making it. Everyone will want your recipe.
Using Borden Cheese Thick Cut Shreds makes cooking even easier. It is perfect for all of your holiday creations that call for cheese. Look for their fine shreds, too. Everything you need for a delicious holiday season is at your local Food Lion. I love shopping at Food Lion for the great selection of products that I use.
The perfect bite of hash brown casserole is when you get a bit of crispy, golden edge with that melty goodnessthe tangy creaminess of the tender potatoes inside. ah. Classic holiday comfort food at its best.
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In a pan set over medium-low heat, warm the olive oil. Add the onions and saut until softened, about 4 to 5 minutes. Turn heat to medium-high and stir in hash browns. Let cook for about 8 minutes total, stirring once or twice, until crisped and cooked through. Set aside to cool.
Ham, Bacon, Sausage Link, Kielbasa, Louisana Hot Link, Mushrooms, Black Olives, Onions, Green Peppers, Jalapeos, Tomato, Spinach, Chili Beans, Salsa, Ortega Chili, Sour Cream, Cheddar Cheese, Jack Cheese.
Instructions Preheat oven to 350. Lightly grease a 11/2-quart baking dish. In a medium bowl, combine 1 cup Cheddar cheese, cream cheese, sour cream, butter, dressing mix, and bacon. Add hash browns, stirring to combine. Spoon mixture into prepared baking dish. Bake 30 minutes; sprinkle with remaining cheese. Bake 10 minutes more, or until hot and bubbly.
2 Cook vegetables: Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add oil and swirl to coat pan. Add potatoes and fennel. Cook for 4 minutes, stirring occasionally to brown evenly. Add onion, bell pepper, garlic powder, paprika, and salt. Cook for an additional 3 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add broth and thyme. Reduce heat to medium and simmer for about 25 minutes or until liquid has evaporated and potatoes are tender.
Want something a little lesshash-y? how about fried rice?
To make mornings easier, I like to prep a wholesome breakfast on Sunday that will help us get a good breakfast in our tummies and get us out the door more easily. My personal favorite way of doing that? A breakfast hash.
This breakfast hash here is a delicious, nutritious whole30 and paleo compliant breakfast that my whole family just loves! It is filled with protein, potatoes to keep you full longer, and spinach to add some greens. I also made it absolutelydeliciousby adding bacon and Tessemaes Creamy Ranch. The Bacon-Ranch flavor makes it so good that even my picky kiddos dont notice the spinach in it! Throughout the week if I have time in the mornings or feel like it, I can toss a fried egg on top but it really is just great as it is.
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I have made something like this for years and years. I brown the ground beef then add a can of Campbells Tomato soup its the best flavor 1 tsp. oragano,1/2 tsp. basil, 2 bay leaves, 1/8 tsp. pepper and 1/2 tsp. salt. Cook for about five minutes to thicken a bit then add veggie of choice I like the beans,but my recipe was peas or carrots, and sometimes corn. I serve it over mashed potatoes and sometimes rice.
Quick, easy, inexpensive and delicious! My four favorite words for dinner. My nephew and his buddy stopped by just about dinner time the other night. OH NO, I'm thinking. wo really healthy appetites! Instead of wondering if I had enough food for everyone, I just thawed 2 of ground beef in the microwave and finished this meal on the stove. I added a tablespoon and a half of Taco Seasoning from this site to kick it up a notch. Both guys loved it, and the best part, I knew they didn't go away hungry. Very Quick, Very Easy, and Very Delicious. hanks Hallie!