Short Rib Breakfast Hash ─ ByronTalbott

Breakfast hash is one of my absolute FAVORITE things to order when I go out to a decent b-fast or brunch cafe and I thought it would be a good idea to show you how I go about it in my own way at home! You can easily do without the short ribs in this one if you don't want to wait the 3-4 hours, but the tender glazed shorty meat makes this one extra extra special, so try to muster up a little patience and it'll pay off ten fold. Hope you guys enjoy the recipe!!

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Shorty Braise:
3lbs short rib meat
2 onions
2-3 stalks celery
1 carrots
2-3 garlic cloves
1 cup red wine
1 qt chicken stock or water
1 bunch of thyme (optional)
salt and pepper

Veggies for Hash:
2 Yukon gold potatoes
1 white onion
1 green tomatoes
2-3 tbsp scallions
1 tbsp chopped red jalapeno
salt and pepper to taste

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