Monday, June 15, 2009

Corned Beef Hash




I am a fan of Corned Beef Hash, the kind in a can, Hormel specifically. I have never had anything as good as the stuff in the can, seriously, it is my all time favorite. Some things are just better out of a can, this being one of them!

Have I made myself clear!

Also, it is one of the first things my dear Sister In Law Mary and I bonded over.

That being said, I made Corned Beef last weekend and had some left over. I decided to try to make home made hash. It was pretty good, but I still prefer the stuff in the can, I am weird that way.

This recipe makes 2 servings

1 large Russett Potato
1/2 yellow onion, diced
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 to 1.5 cups of diced corned beef
salt and pepper to taste
garlic powder
onion powder
Cholula Hot Sauce
Olive oil

Scrub your potato well, microwave for 5 minutes, remove and let cool

Dice the potato into cubes, removing the skin if needed

Place a tablespoon of olive oil in a non stick fry pan, add the onions and saute for about 5 minutes

Add in the meat and garlic (you may need more oil at this point), saute for about another 5 minutes, add your seasonings to taste. Add in a few drops of Cholula for color and zing

Add in your potato and continue to cook (try not to keep stirring, let the potato develop a brown crust)

Serve with an Egg on top, I like my yolks runny!

24 comments:

Bethie said...

That looks fabulous. I love corned beef hash and it has been quite awhile since I made any. I do skip the egg though. Good eats for sure.

Lynda said...

This looks so good...it's been a long time since I had this meal, and I think it was from the can too.
Yours looks delicious!

MaryBeth said...

As you said homemade is good and your was but the stuff in the can is the best ever...

burpandslurp said...

that oozing yolk just bowled me over. Looks terrific! I've sadly never had corned beef hash before. I've got to try this or I will have nightmares of me dying without ever having tried this. YUM!

Paula said...

Oh, I'm an ADORING fan of Corned Beef Hash ... especially with a lovely, perfectly prepared egg on top. I don't know which one I'm drooling more over ... the egg or the hash! I like homemade and canned varieties (it's Mary Kitchen brand for me!). I love that you sprinkled some hot sauce on top, too! Ah, we should be next door neighbors.

Netts Nook said...

I just love left over corn beef so much to do with your hash looks perfect.MMMMMMGood

Debbie said...

I love corned beef hash. Your looks so good and tasty. A lot better than my bland bowl of oatmeal I have been having lately!

Pam said...

I think this looks WAY better than the stuff in the can. Perfectly cooked egg on top...mmm good.

Amy said...

The stuff in the can scares me....yours looks way better!

Sara said...

I don't think I've ever had corned beef hash before, but it looks delicious!

Maria said...

Not a fan of corned beef but my brother is a huge fan. Will have to share this with him!

The Blonde Duck said...

Yummmmm!

And who cares if it's in a can? It's tasty!

Gabe's Girl said...

Girl, that hash looks awesome, especially with the egg. I have weirdness in me too! I love fake mashed potatoes and fake chicken sandwiches from my kids' cafeteria. Seriously, I will go eat with them only on the days they have those spicy chicken sandwiches!

Denise said...

I have never had hash but I love corn beef. I think my Irish husband will love this.

Jan said...

Corned beef hash here in the US is always fried as a breakfast. In England, my mum always made corned beef hash as a stew, and that's how I always make it. Not that I don't like the US version too, I've just never made it.

Christina Kim said...

What a perfectly cooked egg! I love love lo ve leovelvoelveo looovee corned beef hash. Definitely my go-to dish at the diner, but never have made it at home. yours looks tasty :)

Lori Lynn said...

I never make it at home, but whenIi go out for breakfast, corned beef hash is one of my top picks!

Your photos look so tasty! Love the runny egg.
LL

Elra said...

Yumy!!!!!!!!!
My eyes wide open as soon as I see this photo of your Corned beef Hash........ I just got up you know, so I am still a bit sleepy, but seeing this? it is so making me drool...

Spryte said...

I love the kind in the can too... but that looks AMAZING!!!!

foodcreate.com said...

Grand Idea! perfect for tonight dinner :Delicious

Thanks for sharing your recipe:)


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foodcreate.com said...

Grand Idea! perfect for tonight dinner :Delicious

Thanks for sharing your recipe:)


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Sylvia said...

It looks so good, and I like my yolk running too

NuKiwi said...

Hmmm...have to disagree. My fresh hash (with slow cooked corned beef in the crockpot) is so much better than the canned stuff...come over & I'll show you! (Corned beef hash was always one of Dad's special Sunday morning brunch specialties!!!)
Looks scrummy tho! ;o)

James said...

One of the best reasons to make corned beef and cabbage is for the leftovers. Corned beef sandwiches with mustard and lettuce, or corned beef hash, fried up with leftover boiled potatoes, to serve with runny fried eggs for breakfast.

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