I mentioned yesterday that I was going to do something a little different for breakfast. While reading through my latest copy of Saveur, I came across a blurb about a steakhouse in Manhattan that serves something called Prime Rib Hash. It looked interesting and all, but I didn’t think anything more of it until later on, I came across the recipe for it. I showed it to Jay, who said that while it just seems wrong to hack up a slice of prime rib, it sounded strangely good.
So yesterday we popped out to the store for some prime rib (the meat department at Hy-Vee sells slices that are already cooked), and the necessary potatoes. We ended up getting pizza for dinner last night, so I told Jay I’d make it for breakfast this morning.
It’s…Really surprisingly good! I love prime rib anyway…Usually, if I get steak at a decent restaurant, that’s what I order. I never would’ve thought to make steak and eggs from it though.
And I suppose, this could just as easily be an evening dish, as opposed to breakfast.
I told Jay this would be good for those nights when you’ve been out and decide that a 2 am breakfast is necessary. I will say though, the two issues I had with it were the fact that yes, there’s ketchup in there (it reminded me of the Bacon & Egg Pie, as far as the flavoring goes, so that’s not bad), and I feel silly using ketchup with prime rib and using the already-cooked prime rib made the meat a little drier than I would’ve liked. But other than that, it was good.