Before I left for my trip down south last week, I utilized my leftover mojo marinated steak and sofrito to make this Puerto Rican inspired hash for breakfast. Now, I am not sure that there is any sort of traditional Puerto Rican dish like this, but the flavors gave me inspiration and I thought it was a delicious way to “use it up” and you guys know I am all about using it up. The bright flavors of the sofrito up front mixed with the highly spiced steak and the earthiness of the potatoes coated with the egg yolk sauce rounds it all out. Pour a little pique sauce on and your taste buds will be in over drive. Pure deliciousness.
Puerto Rican Inspired Hash
2 cups frozen hash brown potatoes
2 Tablespoon olive oil
1/4 cup sofrito
1 cup leftover cooked mojo marinated steak, diced
Salt and pepper
Fried eggs (optional)
Over medium high heat add olive oil to a 12 inch skillet. Saute sofrito and steak for about 5-7 minutes. Add potatoes to skillet, mixing well. Pat evenly across pan and season with salt and pepper. Cook for 4 minutes without stirring to start browning potatoes. Flip and repeat about four more times. The potatoes will be noticeably brown. Plate and top with fried egg. Enjoy!