I admit this idea is derived from bits-and-pieces of the recipes already submitted on this thread; but you could make a sort-of "poor man's hash" from potatoes, and whatever meats and veges you can get there. A rough version of the recipe goes like this:
- boil a couple potatoes about 15 minutes or so until they start to soften, then let them cool a bit and cut them into about 1/2-inch dice. It's okay to leave the skin on them.
- in a large skillet, heat-up some butter, or olive oil, or a little of both. saute' pieces or strips of whatever meat, poultry or fish you can get until it is browned or cooked almost all the way through. If you like, you can also add minced garlic or onion at this point.
- then in the same skillet, dump-in a few ounces of some broth or cooking wine that is appropriate to whatever protein you are using (chicken broth with chicken, white wine goes well if you're using fish, etc.), and also add the vegetables you have as well as the cubed potatoes. Give it a stir or two.
- heat until the liquid boils and reduces by about half, throw-in a couple dashes of salt and pepper, and there you go.
Most people in parts like those refer to dishes like this as "peasant food", but some such dishes really are among the best I've eaten.