Air Fryer Prime Rib Hash. How to transform your leftover prime rib into the best prime rib hash. Perfect for breakfast or brunch and loaded with sweet potatoes, prime rib, and peppers.
This is one of the easiest ever roast beef leftover recipes and perfect for reheating the day after your roast dinner. You can also mix and match it with different veggies.
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Prime Rib Hash
If you have followed me for a while, you will know that I am obsessed with leftovers and obsessed with cooking hash in the air fryer.
I also love cutting up medium chunks of meat and veggies and cooking them together in the air fryer. Its my kind of air fryer food heaven.
Today though, we are celebrating the wonderful flavoursome prime rib and today we are taking our favourite air fryer breakfast hash and transforming it into prime rib hash.
The same prime rib that we cooked in the air fryer yesterday (read here our air fryer prime rib recipe) and you now get to see exactly what we did with it.
If like me, you would like a simple hash recipe that you can make in the air fryer, then you will love this recipe. And of course it can be done with any roast beef leftovers.
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What Is Prime Rib Hash?
Prime rib hash is a breakfast hash made with prime rib. Instead of a hash with bacon or sausages as the meat, its prime rib chunks instead.
If you have not had hash before, then its simply described as potatoes and vegetables fried together in a pan.
But of course, we have an air fryer, and the air fryer is a fantastic skillet replacement and ideal for loading up with a brunch hash.
Leftover Prime Rib
As I mentioned, we are having prime rib week on Recipe This. We cooked instant pot prime rib and air fryer prime rib. Then sliced up the prime rib with the plan to make some yummy leftover recipes with it.
Leftover prime rib is easy to prep.
Next time you have some leftover prime rib (or any roast beef) simply slice it and then leave it on a dinner plate.
Wrap it in foil and then load it into the fridge. It is then ready for reusing in leftover prime rib recipes over the next 3 days.
Or if you can’t get through your leftovers in the next 3 days, load it into a zip loc bag once cool and then freeze it for up to three months.
What To Do With Leftover Prime Rib?
Now you know how to store your prime rib, I am sure you want to know what to do with leftover prime rib.
Soup – You can make a yummy leftover prime rib soup with seasonal vegetables, prime rib, and potatoes. You can also make it Mexican with corn, salsa, and black beans.
Stew – You can make our vegetable stew and dumplings, then stir in prime rib just before the end of the cook time. This will create a delicious prime rib stew.
Sandwiches – The hubby always makes the best ever, leftover beef sandwiches. One of the perks of being married to a chef, is that they make the best recipes from few ingredients. You can also use the air fryer to reheat your prime rib and then load it into warm beef sandwiches.
Pasties – I love pasties and follow our air fryer Cornish pasties recipe and replace the meat for leftover prime rib. They are amazing and it also stretches the prime rib over several recipes.
Salad – You can also make a beef salad and it’s a great way to reduce your calories after you have had a big roast dinner. Plus, there is no reheating to do and you can work with what ingredients you have in.
Pasta – You can also make a yummy pasta bake or even make a stroganoff. I love a stroganoff because there are limited ingredients, and it is fast to prep. Check out our leftover prime rib stroganoff.
Hash – What we are showing you to cook today. Add cubed veggies and potatoes into the air fryer and then for the last few minutes add the prime rib. You then have a delicious brunch from your leftovers.
Those are my top leftover prime rib ideas and I am sure you have loads of ideas now and depending on how much prime rib you have left, you can decide which recipes to make.
Why A Prime Rib Sweet Potato Hash?
Because I am obsessed with sweet potatoes. I just love sweet potatoes in the air fryer, and they are so easy to cook with. Check out our air fryer sweet potato cubes as you will see how simple it is.
Through this prime rib sweet potato hash, you are using the air fryer to quickly cook the sweet potatoes and veggies. But if you used white potatoes, you would need more oil because they would go dry and they will be longer cooking.
Plus, if you follow the Whole30 or Paleo then this prime rib breakfast hash is 100% compliant.
Prime Rib Hash Recipe Ingredients
Leftovers – We had a plate of leftover prime rib and it made three leftover recipes with it. You can use as little prime rib as you want or use lots. It just depends on how many people you are feeding. The best tip though, is to make sure you have cut it into cubes or strips.
Potatoes – I recommend using sweet potatoes in hash, but you could swap for white potatoes or butternut squash. Note sweet potatoes are quicker cooking so for white potatoes you need to add an extra 3 minutes of cook time.
Veggies – Hash of course is potatoes, meat and veggies cooked together. But the best bit is, that you get to choose your own veggies. I am using mixed peppers, but you could use mushrooms, courgettes etc.
Oil – A little extra virgin olive oil is all you need in this recipe. You are loading the ingredients into a bowl first, adding a little olive oil and then air frying.
Seasoning – For a tasty prime rib roast leftovers recipe, we are going with salt, pepper, sweet paprika, and coriander leaf.
Then for the kitchen gadgets that we have used in this recipe for prime rib hash, it has just been our Philips Air Fryer XL. We have this one and its wonderful for many types of air fryer breakfasts and brunches.
How To Make Prime Rib Hash?
- Prep. Peel and dice potatoes and veggies and load into a mixing bowl. Add the seasonings and the oil and mix well with your hands.
- Cook. Load into the air fryer basket and air fry until almost cooked. Whilst it is cooking chop up your leftover prime rib into bite size chunks.
- Beeps. When the air fryer beeps, add in your leftover prime rib, shake the air fryer basket, and cook for a final 3 minutes.
- Serve. Load onto a plate and serve with a salad.
More Air Fryer Roast Beef Recipe Ideas
- Air Fryer Rump Roast
- Air Fryer Roast Beef
- Air Fryer Pot Roast
- Air Fryer Beef Wellington
- Air Fryer Brisket
Air Fryer Prime Rib Hash
- Peel and dice your potatoes and dice and remove the seeds from your peppers.
- Load the sweet potato and peppers into a bowl with your oil and seasonings. Mix well with your hands.
- Load into the air fryer basket and cook for 12 minutes at 180c/360f.
- Whilst the air fryer is cooking your potato and veggies, chop your prime rib into bite size hash chunks.
- When the air fryer beeps add your prime rib, shake the air fryer basket and cook for a final 3 minutes at the same temperature.