Don’t bin those tasty Christmas leftovers! We’ve got the perfect festive bake for you and the whole family to make the most of your favourite Christmas dinner flavours.
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Who doesn’t love eating up the leftovers from Christmas Day? We love putting together this tasty Christmas Hash because it’s so simple to fry together and bake in the oven until it’s crispy and golden.
You can use any combination of Christmas veggies for this herby hash bake. We’ve used leftover roast potatoes, sprouts and carrots for our hash base, but feel free to add any tasty spare veggies you have. Broccoli, parsnips and green beans would work great too!
We’ve added some sweet, dried cranberries and chopped herbs to refresh the festive flavours. Why not plate this one up with a fried egg? It’s a Christmas treat the whole family will enjoy.
What diets is this Christmas Hash suitable for?
This Christmas Hash recipe is suitable for dairy free diets.
It can be made gluten free as long as you swap out the following ingredients for gluten free versions;
- Pork sausages
It can be made vegetarian as long as you swap out the following ingredients for meat-free alternatives;
- Pork sausages
Please make sure to double or triple check all of your ingredients if you’re cooking for people with allergies.
Do you need any special ingredients to make Christmas Hash?
You’ll need a durable frying pan and an ovenproof dish to make this recipe.
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How many calories are in this Christmas Hash?
There are 306 calories per portion in this Christmas Hash, which means it falls into our Everyday Light category.
To cut down the amount of calories even more, you can simply halve the portion size and serve with a healthy accompaniment!
This Christmas Hash is perfect if you’re following a calorie controlled diet, and fits well with any one of the major diet plans such as Weight Watchers. As a guide, an average man needs around 2,500kcal (10,500kJ) a day to maintain a healthy body weight.
For an average woman, that figure is around 2,000kcal (8,400kJ) a day. Obviously, if your goal is to lose weight then you might want to adjust these slightly! You can read more about these recommendations on the NHS website.
Preheat the oven to 180°C. Spray a frying pan with low calorie cooking spray, add the leeks and garlic and fry for 3 minutes. Add the bacon and sausage and continue to fry for a further 4 minutes.
To an ovenproof dish add the sprouts, carrot, potatoes and cranberries. Once cooked, add the contents of the frying pan to the vegetables along with the rosemary and sage.
Give the dish a good stir to fully incorporate all the ingredients. Pop into the oven for 15 minutes until golden brown and crispy round the edges.
When nearly cooked, spray a frying pan with low calorie cooking spray and set on medium heat. Cook your eggs to your liking and serve alongside the vegetable hash.
What could I serve with this Christmas Hash?
Serve your Christmas Hash up with these tasty recipes for a filling, festive spread!
How do you know when Christmas Hash is cooked?
You should cook this Christmas Hash until the veggies are golden brown and crisp around the edges. This will take around 15 minutes in the oven.
To keep your family safe, the advice here in the UK is to cook food until it has reached 70°C and stayed at that temperature for 2 minutes.
How long can you keep Christmas Hash in the fridge?
Once you’ve put it out, ideally you should eat it within 4 hours.
If you allow any leftovers to cool, make sure to refrigerate in a container with a lid and chill. You can keep leftovers of Christmas Hash in the fridge for approximately 3 days or so.
Can I freeze Christmas Hash?
We do not recommend freezing this recipe – the vegetables could lose their crispy deliciousness once frozen.
How do I reheat Christmas Hash?
From chilled, place in a microwave proof container with a loosely fitting lid and heat for 4-7 minutes until piping hot.
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We’ve got the perfect festive bake for you and the whole family to make the most of your favourite Christmas dinner flavours.
- KCals 306
- Carbs 20G
- Pre-heat the oven to 180°C. Spray a frying pan with low calorie cooking spray, add the leeks and garlic and fry for 3 minutes. Add the bacon and sausage and continue to fry for a further 4 minutes.
- To an ovenproof dish add the sprouts, carrot, potatoes and cranberries. Once cooked, add the contents of the frying pan to the vegetables along with the rosemary and sage.
- Give the dish a good stir to fully incorporate all the ingredients. Pop into the oven for 15 minutes until golden brown and crispy round the edges.
- When nearly cooked, spray a frying pan with low calorie cooking spray and set on medium heat. Cook your eggs to your liking and serve alongside the vegetable hash.
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