Kyle’s Hearty Venison Hash

Kyle's Hearty Venison Hash - Rebekah and her Ramblings. A filling and spice packed venison hash!Today, I was supposed to work.  BUT I DIDN’T HAVE TO.  And it was an awesome surprise. To celebrate, I woke up at 4 AM and then started meal planning with this awesome deer sausage my friend, Kyle, gave me last night.  Kyle and I work together, but he is an awesome friend and has the most adorable family. Plus he follows my blog and when people follow my blog, they get an extra gold star in my book. To make this hash, you just need to follow the following steps:
1. Find an awesome friend, preferably named Kyle because this recipe doesn’t sound as catchy when it’s called “Brad’s Hearty Venison Hash.”
2. Have said friend give you venison sausage.  Because venison is amazing, and you don’t hunt so you don’t really have a way to get it yourself (have you guys noticed that I LOVE fragments for the blog??)
3. Become an amazing cook, like me, and make the hash.
See?? Easy, right?
BUT FOR REAL.  I threw a ton of vegetables in with the sausage, but the spices and tomato paste are what take it to the next level.  Tomato paste is CRIMINALLY underrated – I am yet to make a recipe where it is an ingredient and not fall head over heels in love with it.  This bad boy is gluten free and cooks in one pot! Plus, it’s almost fall and fall is made for hash (hash is a fancy cooking word for hodge podge of food) and also for football.  Make it ASAP, watch football, drink a Karbach, and be thankful that you have a friend who is MAYBE as awesome as my pal Kyle (but I doubt they are as awesome, no offense).***
OH ALSO, have big cookie recipes planned for the blog in the next 2 weeks so make sure you pay attention!!

Kyle’s Hearty Venison Hash
Kyle's Hearty Venison Hash - Rebekah and her Ramblings. A filling and spice packed venison hash!Serves: 3-5, depending on sides
Prep Time: 15 minutes                  Total Cook Time: about 30 minutes

***Hopefully all of these nice things I said about Kyle will make up for the totally harmless (and in good fun) making fun of him I do on the daily.  Sorry bruh, you really are great***

Kyle's Hearty Venison Hash - Rebekah and her Ramblings. A filling and spice packed venison hash!What you need:

  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 green bell pepper, diced
  • 2 yellow (or sweet) onions, diced
  • 1 large russet potato, cubed small
  • 3/4 pound or so of ground venison sausage (or any ground meat if you aren’t #blessed with venison)
  • 3 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground mustard
  • 2 teaspoons kosher salt
  • 1.5 teaspoons chili powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
  • 2 tablespoons tomato paste
  • 1 handful cherry tomatoes, quartered
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 heaping teaspoon worcestershire sauce

Kyle's Hearty Venison Hash - Rebekah and her Ramblings. A filling and spice packed venison hash!Directions:

  • Combine olive oil, pepper, onion, potato, sausage, garlic, mustard, salt, chili powder, and black pepper in a large skillet (that has a lid) and cook over medium high heat until sausage is no longer pink and veggies begin to soften
  • Add tomato paste, stir well, and let simmer for about 2 minutes
  • Add cherry tomatoes, water, and worcestershire sauce to the skillet and stir well
  • Reduce heat to a simmer and cover
  • Let the hash cook until the water is gone, and veggies are very tender – about 15-20 minutes
  • Stir, and remove from heat
  • Serve immediately, satisfaction guaranteed

This recipe is very loosely adapted from A Family Feast.


2 thoughts on “Kyle’s Hearty Venison Hash

  1. Keh says:

    As a self-proclaimed professional food eater, I must say, BEKS has outdone herself on this one. It’s been a while since food has made me cry, but here we are…

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