Pulled Pork Breakfast Hash

Sauteed peppers and onions and smoky pulled pork piled high over sourdough toast and finished with a poached egg- this is the best breakfast ever and made with leftovers!

Pulled Pork Breakfast Hash | A Happy Food DanceI make this recipe so often because who doesn’t like pulled pork anything.  This is the same pork I use in my Crockpot Pulled Pork Sliders.  My work days are pretty long – plus a long commute means easy dinners are a must!

Pulled Pork Breakfast Hash | A Happy Food DanceTo make the pulled pork, simply rub it down with seasoning the night before and then the next morning throw it in the crockpot- yeah, that’s it!  You come home to the most intoxicating smell and a super easy and delicious dinner which makes tons of leftovers.

Pulled Pork Breakfast Hash | A Happy Food DanceSo what do you do?!?!  I make these Pulled Pork Cookie Sheet Nachos and this breakfast hash – all.the.time.  If you follow me on Instagram, I even ate it this week on top of a kale salad.

For the hash, simply toss your favorite veggies in a skillet and let them get all soft and delicious.  I use a red pepper, yellow pepper and red onion, but you could easily throw in your favs- potatoes, squash, carrots, etc…  Once they have become soft and have started to brown on the edges, just toss in your pulled pork.  It simply needs to get warm and voila! – Pulled Pork Hash!

Pulled Pork Breakfast Hash | A Happy Food DanceToast some bread and cook and egg (any style – I pouched mine because I love that delicious runny yolk) and you’re done – delicious pulled pork breakfast hash!

Pulled Pork Breakfast Hash | A Happy Food DanceSeriously, such an easy breakfast!  And now you have three easy meals made from one crockpot pulled pork recipe. (Four if you count the salad I scarfed down this week).

Pulled Pork Breakfast Hash
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 2 cups Pulled Pork
  • 1 red bell pepper, seeded and small diced
  • 1 yellow bell pepper, seeded and small diced
  • 1 red onion, seeded and small diced
  • 4 pieces bread, toasted
  • 4 eggs, cooked any style
  • salt and pepper, to taste
  • cilantro, optional
  1. In a large skillet, melt the butter and then add the red pepper, yellow pepper, and red onion. Cook until vegetables are soft and edges begin to brown.
  2. While your vegetables are cooking, toast your bread and cook your eggs (you can cook your eggs any style - I pouched mine).
  3. When the vegetables are soft and just starting to brown seasoning with salt and pepper and add the pulled pork.
  4. Cook just until the pulled pork has warmed throughout.
  5. To plate, add a big scoop of the pulled pork atop the toasted bread and then add your eggs.
  6. Garnish with cilantro if desired and season more if necessary.

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    • says

      I can’t take credit for the idea, my pork loving boyfriend definitely had the idea, but it really is delicious and it’s so quick to whip up (which makes me happy).

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