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Do any Jellies have corned beef hash recipes to share?

Asked by JilltheTooth (19727points) October 15th, 2011

I’m thinking of tackling corned beef hash, and I’d also like to know if it’s hard or tedious to make, as I’ve never tried.

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marinelife's avatar

I am more inclined to make roast beef hash with leftover roast beef. But I think the principle is the same.

Finely dice some onion (Note: you can also use green onions.) and saute in the oil or butter of your choice. Add finely diced potatoes. Just cover the potatoes with water and cook until the potatoes are soft and the water is almost all gone. Add the finely diced, cooked meat. Salt and pepper to taste. Heat through and serve. It’s delicious.

JilltheTooth's avatar

Really? That simple? Thanks so much, @marinelife ! Have I told you lately that I lurve you? :-)

Kardamom's avatar

As a vegetarian, I have never eaten or made corned beef hash, but I was watching Guy Fieri’s Diners Drive ins and Dives last night and he went to this nifty little retro restaurant (I wish I could remember what it was called, so I could look it up for you) but this lady was making corned beef hash and it looked pretty straighforward. Here is a Recipe

The gal on the show did something a little bit different, though. She got an already brined, but un-roasted corned beef, then she roasted it in the oven, until it was most of the way done, and while it was still hot, she took it out and rubbed it all over with brown sugar and then poured quite a bit of prepared spicy brown mustard all over it (she said to do this while it’s still hot) then she stuck it back in the oven and continued to roast it for about an hour. Fieri said it was the best corned beef hash he’d ever eaten. She used red potatoes in her hash.

The Following Recipe is for making a similar corned beef (although this is one that has cabbage, because it’s for St. Paddy’s Day) but this sounds very similar to the way the woman in the diner prepared the corned beef before it was ready for her hash.

But most people, to save time and trouble, simply purchase an already roasted corned beef.

perspicacious's avatar

I chop the meat finely, dice a couple of potatoes and boil until almost tender. Then I put the meat, diced onion, and potatoes in a skillet with a little of the water from the boiled potatoes. Cover that and simmer until the onions are tender.

As an aside, I also have added shredded cabbage which is a delightful full dinner.

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auhsojsa's avatar

Growing up in a Filipino household we would do this.

Mince Potatoes & Tomatoes & Onions
Fry some steamed rice and throw all the Hash along with the veggies together, some salt, pepper tad bit of garlic and bam!

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