Campfire Hash Recipe
- 1 large onion, chopped
- 2 tablespoons canola oil
- 2 garlic cloves, minced
- 4 large potatoes, peeled and cubed (about 2 pounds)
- 1 pound smoked kielbasa or Polish sausage, halved and sliced
- 1 can (4 ounces) chopped green chilies
- 1 can (15-1/4 ounces) whole kernel corn, drained
- 1. In a large ovenproof skillet over medium heat, cook and stir onion in oil under tender. Add garlic; cook 1 minute longer. Add potatoes. Cook, uncovered, for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.
- 2. Add kielbasa; cook and stir until meat and potatoes are tender and browned, about 10-15 minutes. Stir in chilies and corn; heat through. Yield: 6 servings.
1 each: 535 calories, 26g fat (8g saturated fat), 51mg cholesterol, 1097mg sodium, 57g carbohydrate (10g sugars, 6g fiber), 17g protein
Reviews for Campfire Hash
"This was just ok. I spent a lot of time chopping the onions and potatoes and then having to constantly stir while cooking so it was really more work than it seemed. Might or might not make again."
"This would also be good with a can of black beans and a toss of fresh cilantro at the end . Otherwise I would not add corn. This is ver versatile and can be made to your family likes"
"My daughter and I do something similar on the grill. Cut up kiebasa, potatoes, add some carrots, onion, seasoning salt and some ice cubes (for moisture). It's done in about 40 minutes or so. No clean-up when done in a foil packet."
"Nice easy recipe to whip up on a weeknight. Husband loved it...."
"My family really likes this. We add a green bell pepper and cream of mushroom soup. It's on the regular dinner rotation now. Thanks for the recipe."
"I think I made a wrong turn somewhere. Didn't turn out good at all. I will prolly make something similar but won't follow this recipe."
"Yummy recipe no matter what. I definitely "invented" my own version with bell peppers, all cooked on the stove top years ago. But, the suggestion from Arlene Lopez to turn leftovers into breakfast food with a fried egg on top is great! I can't wait to try this "reinvention" of an old time favorite!"
"Iwould give this recipe a 3-star rating but my computer was acting up. To the viewer who said it wasn't good with corn, my mom made a very similiar version on the grill with carrots instead of corn. Hope it helps!"
"Tastes a lot better without adding corn."
"This was very good, but a little bland. When I made it I used bell peppers, as someone else suggested. Then seasoned it with montreal steak spice and a lemon dill blend ... much better."
"I was very excited when I came across this recipe I had everything in the fridge or in the pantry and didnt have to run around to get the ingredients. The best part is that this entire meal fed over 6 people and even if I was to buy it all it would be very economical. I had just bought the sack of potatoes a 10 lbs bag $1.00 on sale and the Turkey kielbasa was also on sale for $1.00 each. Corn... forget it, who does'nt have a can in the pantry right now??? I stocked up and later thought what am I going to do with all that. Well thank you for my answer. It was delicious I would definitely make it again and left overs for breakfast with a fried sunny side up sgg over the top of it mmmmmmmmm makes my mouth water."
"This was a very easy and delicious dish. I will make this over, and over again. There are not many changes I would make. Enjoyed it very much. Thanks"
"This was an easy and tasty family-friendly meal. Will definitely make it again!"
"I make this when we have leftover hotdogs! Only changes: no potatoes, add canned pork n beans, a squirt of mustard, 2 of ketchup and a slice of American cheese. The boys love it so much, sometimes I have to make it by request as a main dish instead of waiting for leftovers! Add a veg and cornbread, ooooo, I'm drooling!!"
"I make something like this just using sausage,potatoes and onion."
"To all of you that "invented" this recipe, I just think you are ALL great cooks and you know they say great minds run on the same track ... must be why you all are on this website!"
"My mother invented something similar back in the late 1940s except she used sliced hotdogs and cubed potatoes only. We called it "Hot Dog Hash" and us kids loved it!"
"Well, I, for one, have never made this, so I can't be like the rest and say I invented it!! It sure looks and sounds good though."
"I thought I invent this, TOO! We used to make it camping with the kids years ago, but I added yellow squash, zucchini and a bell pepper. It was wonderful one pan meal. :-)"
"I make this with green beans instead of corn to add color. It is always a hit. Even my husband likes to make it!"
"I make a simular dish with sausage, pepperoni, sliced potatoes and spaghetti sauce mixed together in a large fry pan and topped with mozzarella cheese. We call it potato pizza. It's so easy and tastes great!"
"I've been making this dish for over 30 years. I use sweet potatoes(the white & red kind) mixed with russets.You can add anything to this dish.No more leftovers in the fridge. It's one of my favorites & my kids & grandkids favorite. Couldn't get any easier."
"I thought I invented it too! I have made this with smoked sausage or ground beef, and added seeded and thinly sliced jalapeno. Have not tried the chili peppers tho.A great all around dish for an easy dinner!"
"Well what do you know?! Here I thought I invented this recipe. My husband loves the fried potatoes and sausage. Try it with green and red sweet peppers instead of the green chilies, it's terriffic."