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!
I 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!
To 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.
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!
Toast 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!
Seriously, 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).
- 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
- 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.
- While your vegetables are cooking, toast your bread and cook your eggs (you can cook your eggs any style - I pouched mine).
- When the vegetables are soft and just starting to brown seasoning with salt and pepper and add the pulled pork.
- Cook just until the pulled pork has warmed throughout.
- To plate, add a big scoop of the pulled pork atop the toasted bread and then add your eggs.
- Garnish with cilantro if desired and season more if necessary.