When I was young, growing up in my parents house, there were several things we knew we could expect: love, discipline, hard work, and delicious meals! But when mom said we were having Roast for dinner, it was a bitter-sweet feeling. Now, for those of you who LOVE Pot Roast, you’d be living the life: it’s the gift that keeps giving, for sure! But to me and my siblings who could take it or leave it, Roast was rather an upset. But don’t be fooled, I said bitter-sweet. We almost dreaded Roast, but we knew what was to come next: Heavenly Hash! That crispy, crunchy, fried goodness that some people call leftovers… All of a sudden we became greatful for the “suffering” we had been through. We just hoped there was enough goodness left for second servings! Here it is…. HASH!!!!!!!
Leftovers from Roast
Lawry’s Seasoned Salt
Cube all your Roast leftovers! (I told you to make lots of extras!)
Season with Lawry’s Salt and fry on Med-high heat in Cast Iron Skillet until heated and crispy. :-) This takes a little bit of oil and quite a bit of patience ( especially when you know how good it will taste when it’s done)… You’ll want to use a metal pancake flipper/spatula to get all the crispy goodness off the bottom. If it’s not crisping, it’s cause you’re being impatient… let it sit a few minutes before flupping it… you want the crunch, trust me! It will look like a bunch of brown in the end, but it’s yummy goodness! Try this one… It’s worth it! :-)
Tip: Mom made hers with onions added! I recommend this, but my husband doesn’t, so it’s not pictured. Just cut an onion into small wedges and fry with the rest. You’ll love it! :-)
Genesis 3:6 And when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise, she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave also unto her husband with her; and he did eat.