Join! 12 weeks for $1

Potato, Celery Root and Smoked Trout Hash

4 Servings

50 minutes

Made This Recipe? Write a Review.
Thank you for submitting your review! A member of our team is confirming the review meets our site's Community Guidelines. It will be posted on the site shortly.

Inspired by Swedish pyttipanna, or hash made with leftover meat and potatoes, we devised this one-skillet meal loaded with earthiness from root vegetables, savoriness from smoked trout and freshness from tender green herbs. To jump-start the cooking process, we microwave diced potatoes until tender, then they join onion and celery root that have been lightly browned in butter. Another 10 minutes gets the potatoes nicely browned, then fiery horseradish and flaked smoked trout are folded in. Serve the hash topped with a fried or poached runny-yolked egg, or offer some lingonberry preserves alongside.

4

Servings

Tip

Don’t stir the hash too often once the potatoes are added to the skillet. Infrequent stirring encourages browning and crisping, making for a better-looking, better-tasting hash.

50 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1

    pound red potatoes, unpeeled, cut into ½-inch cubes

  • Kosher salt and ground black pepper

Directions

Pardon the interruption

You need to be a Milk Street Digital Member to see the full recipe

JOIN MILK STREET DIGITAL & PRINT
12 WEEKS FOR JUST $1

and get access to all of our recipes and articles online, as well as in print.

GET DIGITAL & PRINT
How we use your email.

Your email address is required to identify your subscription. We will use it for customer service as well as other communications from Milk Street. We will not share, or rent your email address.

Reviews