A roast, you cook it long in a nice broth. Typically a roast is with beef, but I made it with porc. Hash means, the meat is shredded, mostly is the meat left over, then you can add potatoes and you make a gravy with the broth. My family in Kentucky eats with buiscuits or cornbread. Roast hash is one of my husband’s favorite meal. I added some carrots for the kids. The broth will be a little sweeter. There are times I add some green beans, about 15 minutes before the roast is done. The point of this meal is that buiscuits must be raw, then you bake the all for about 15 minutes.
Bones, 1 onion, 1 leek, 1 carrot, 1 celery (for the broth). You can omit all this and add just water instead and add one cube of bouillon.
*salt, pepper, garlic powder, paprika powder, cayenne pepper.
wine (optional, just to deglace your pot)
3 cups water
1 bay leaf
(Before you start with roast, I would make buiscuits first. I uploaded an updated recipe today)
1. rub meat with *dry ingredients and cook in oil, until brown.
2. take out meat, add the bones and veggies and brown them a little.
3. take out all, then add some wine to deglace.
4. add water, salt, pepper, bay leaf and 1. and 2. and boil.
5. once boiled lower heat to low, cover and cook for 1,5 to 2 hours. (you can add potatoes and carrots 20 minutes before roast is done or cook it separately and add all at the end)
6. when all done, take out the leek, carrot, celery, bay leaf and add 1 spoon of flour to make your gravy. (first mix the flour in cold water, about 2 spoons of water. add little by little to the broth, thicken the sauce and you will have your gravy.)
7. roast is done. Now, for the hash:
|once deglaced, step 4|
|Cooked covered after about 1,5 hours, add potatoes and carrots, cook for another 20 minutes.|
1. shred meat, add the meat back to the gravy.
2. butter a baking dish, add roast, potatoes, carrots.
3. put the raw buiscuits on top, bake for 15 minutes or until buiscuits are brown.
4. serve and eat with a fork.
|This is the next day: Step 1|
|Step 2 and 3|
|Step 4 and ready to serve ♪|
Welcome to Kentucky and enjoy my southern recipe♪