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Corned Venison and Brussels Sprout Hash

Corned Venison and Brussels Sprout Hash

Rinsed brussel sprouts in a stainless steel colander on a wooden countertop.

This recipe takes a classic breakfast and adds corned venison and Brussels sprouts

Corned Venison and Brussels Sprout Hash

Matt Holliman
A classic breakfast gets corned venison and Brussels sprouts for a special twist
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Prep Time 30 mins
Cook Time 45 mins
Total Time 1 hr 15 mins
Course Breakfast, Brunch
Cuisine American
Servings 2
Calories 680 kcal


  • 2 cups waxy potatoes cleaned and halved
  • 2 cups Brussels sprouts rinsed and halved
  • ½ yellow onion thinly sliced
  • 1 cup corned venison roughly chopped
  • 3 tbsp clarified butter or other fat
  • 3 farm fresh eggs
  • Salt and pepper to tastePreheat oven to 425F for 30 minutes. Place an 8-inch cast-iron skillet in oven to heat.


  • Preheat oven to 425F for 30 minutes. Place an 8-inch cast-iron skillet in oven to heat.
  • Once heated, place the cast-iron skillet on medium-high heat and add in 1/2 of the clarified butter. Place potatoes flesh side down for around 5 minutes, or until they are nicely golden brown. With a spoon or spatula, turn the potatoes skin side down and place in oven for 15 minutes.
  • As the potatoes are cooking, heat a frying pan over medium to medium-high heat. Add in remaining clarified butter. Add in Brussels sprouts, onion and a pinch of salt to the pan and sauté for 5 minutes, or until a nice brown color starts to form. Turn down to medium-low and add in corned venison. Continue to cook for 5 minutes.
  • Remove the potatoes from the oven and add the contents of the frying pan to your cast iron skillet. Stir to combine and place in oven for 20-25 minutes, or until potatoes and Brussels sprouts are tender. I like to stir contents every 10 or so minutes while they are in the oven. This helps ensure even cooking.
  • Remove the hash from the oven and allow to cool. This allows the perfect time to get your eggs fried. A few tips for great eggs: 1) Use local, fresh eggs as much as you can. The yolks will be more orange compared to store-bought yellow and will have much more flavor. 2) Put cracked on a slotted spoon. This allows the runny, watery portion of the white to strain through the slots and leave you with a firmer, uniform white (also best for poached). 3) Cook on medium-low with a melting dome, as needed, to make sure the whites are fully cooked with a runny yolk.
  • Top your hash with your eggs and enjoy.


Calories: 680kcalCarbohydrates: 35gProtein: 32gFat: 47gSaturated Fat: 22gPolyunsaturated Fat: 3gMonounsaturated Fat: 17gTrans Fat: 1gCholesterol: 367mgSodium: 1584mgPotassium: 1507mgFiber: 6gSugar: 5gVitamin A: 1031IUVitamin C: 122mgCalcium: 104mgIron: 6mg
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