Homemade Sauerkraut, Fresh Eggs and Potatoes: Recipe for Reuben Hash


reuben hash at bona sera restaurant ypsilanti michigan

Prepare a unique breakfast dish using your homemade sauerkraut, fresh eggs and potatoes with this recipe that’s adapted from a brunch dish, Reuben Hash, we savored at the Bona Sera Restaurant, in Ypsilanti, Michigan. It’s a hearty, unique breakfast twist to a well-known sandwich, the reuben. John Ivanko already covered the culinary feasts to be had in Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor on a recent food travel excursion. Now we have one more reason to visit this farm-to-table restaurant destination.

Starting as an underground supper club, Bona Sera Restaurant is owned by Wonder Woman and Bad Fairy (their underground names). Bona Sera's version of the Reuben Hash is made up of roasted potatoes, shallots, scallions, and red peppers, then topped with The Brinery sauerkraut, smoked gouda and housemade Russian Dressing. It’s topped with two poached eggs.  Of course, we had ours with corned beef, but Bona Sera offers their Reuben Hash with tempeh or turkey, too. Other enticing items on the menu included shrimp and grits, bourbon walnut strata and a truffled benedict.

A clever and tasty mash up of a classic Reuben sandwich meets comfort food breakfast entree, the recipe below is our own Inn Serendipity twist on the tasty Reuben Hash we tried at Bona Sera.  My family loves this dish because it uses nearly everything we grow, make or raise. We now also enjoy our sauerkraut for breakfast!

It's a readily adaptable recipe. Feel free to adjust the layers and ingredients based on your flavor preferences or what you have in seasonal abundance.

Reuben Hash Recipe

From Inn Serendipity Farm and B&B

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