This Leftover Prime Rib Hash Skillet is the perfect way to use up any leftover prime rib (yes, there is such a thing!) the day after your holiday meal!
We had the most delicious prime rib this year and deliberately bought a roast that was larger than we needed so that we had a ton of leftovers to eat after Christmas.
Am I the only one that buys so that I have leftovers? I LOVE leftovers, so I always buy a larger roast/chicken/steaks than we need.
We made my new Herb & Garlic Stuffed Prime Rib Roast.
I will never eat a prime rib roast any other way, ever again. I know that in my How to Cook a Prime Rib Roast post that I declare my love of a simple buttered roast ( which is still amazing and a great way to roast a prime rib) but cut me some slack, that’s one of the oldest posts on this website. I have changed my mind in the last 7 years but you shouldn’t be surprised. That prime rib is stuffed with garlic, so naturally that’s going to be my favourite!
So how many of you made prime rib this holiday season? Since my entire family was together we had turkey one day, ham another and prime rib for Christmas. We feasted! And feasted some more! There were 12 of us for meals so we had to pretty much make holiday dinners every single night.
I hope that you all had an amazing Christmas and holiday season and a Happy New Year to you all!
The best way to use up your leftover prime rib roast is in this Leftover Prime Rib Hash Skillet!
- 6 cups of diced red potatoes
- 1 large white onion, cut in chunks
- 2 tbsp olive oil
- 2 cups of thinly sliced prime rib
- 1/3 cup beef broth
- 1-2 tsp Worchestershire sauce
- salt and pepper to taste
In a large skillet, fry the potatoes and onions in the olive oil until the potatoes and onions are cooked.
Add in the prime rib. Whisk the beef broth and Worchestershire sauce together, then sprinkle over the skillet.
Fry 1-2 minutes, until the prime rib is heated.
Serve as-is or with poached eggs on top.
Nutritional information is only an estimate. Actual nutritional numbers will vary due to cooking methods, your ingredient measurements and brands of products used.