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Old 01-21-2010, 07:35 PM   #1
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What to put in a scramble?

that would be a scramble, aka hash, etc. I usually put home fries, diced onions & peppers, diced bacon, sometimes diced ham, sometimes diced jalapeno, sometimes grated cheese, & of course always scrambled eggs & I mix it all up. I've never tried it with mushrooms or tomatoes but I guess they could be good also. (makes sense anyway) What else could I do?

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Old 01-21-2010, 08:13 PM   #2
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I make a scrapple, which is probably different from what you're talking about:

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Basically it's diced pork products (heart, liver, jowls, etc.) mixed with boiling water and cornmeal, and made into a mush cake, refrigerated over night, sliced and then fried. Served with maple syrup.

Beef can also be used, but usually with the addition of bacon, for some reason.

Fried mush is also an old country recipe only without the meat.

Scramble - scrapple, it all sounds good!
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Old 01-21-2010, 08:20 PM   #3
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I think bakingfool's scramble is more like hash browns on steroids.

Scrapple is more like a meatloaf/pate that is fried as a solid piece (like a burger).

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Old 01-21-2010, 09:17 PM   #4
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Old 01-21-2010, 11:02 PM   #5
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I'm Irish. IRISH!

When St. Patty's rolls around I always make twice as much as I need so I can make "St. Patty's Hash". Butter and all the ingredients of a good St, Patrick's dinner, boiled potatoes sliced thin and started first followed by rough chopped corned beef and then last the rough chopped cabbage. Top with 2 over easy eggs and toasted soda bread on the side.
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Old 01-22-2010, 03:36 PM   #7
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that looks like crumbled sausage in the first pic. that's one other thing i've tried but i forgot about it. maybe i should try it again
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that looks like crumbled sausage in the first pic. that's one other thing i've tried but i forgot about it. maybe i should try it again
yup. italian sweet sausage removed from casing and cooked then added red and green bell peppers, cubanel peppers, mushrooms, red onion and yellow onion.

second one has potatoes and bacon (instead of sausage), green bell and onions.
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I'm Irish. IRISH!

When St. Patty's rolls around I always make twice as much as I need so I can make "St. Patty's Hash". Butter and all the ingredients of a good St, Patrick's dinner, boiled potatoes sliced thin and started first followed by rough chopped corned beef and then last the rough chopped cabbage. Top with 2 over easy eggs and toasted soda bread on the side.
That's it! I knew there was something about you that seemed familiar! My maternal Grandmother was Irish and I definitely take after her. I two make a full St. Patrick's day dinner and make a very similar "hash" the next day!

It is also where you get all that lovable blarney from
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i'm irish. Irish!

When st. Patty's rolls around i always make twice as much as i need so i can make "st. Patty's hash". Butter and all the ingredients of a good st, patrick's dinner, boiled potatoes sliced thin and started first followed by rough chopped corned beef and then last the rough chopped cabbage. Top with 2 over easy eggs and toasted soda bread on the side.
oh yummy!!
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