Corned Beef Hash

  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Total Time: 28 mins
  • Servings: 4
  • About This Recipe

    “Goes with all your favorite egg dishes.”

    Ingredients

  • 3tablespoonsoil
  • 1cuponion, chopped
  • 3cupscorned beef, cooked, cut into 1/2-inch cubes( about 2 pounds)
  • 2 -3cupspotatoes, cooked, cut into 1/2-inch cubes
  • fresh parsley
  • Directions

  • Cook onions in oil over medium-high heat until lightly browned, about 3 minutes.
  • Add beef and potatoes and reduce heat to medium, and press down to compress.
  • Cook without stirring until the bottom is browned 10-15 minutes.
  • Garnish with parsley.
  • Reviews

  • “Great way to use up the leftover corned beef and potatoes from St. Patricks Day! Easy!!!”

  • “great recipe. something different with egg’s…we are brekfast people….”

  • “This was great!!! I added a red bell pepper in with the onion. Served with fried eggs on top!”

  • “Quick and Easy recipe, I made the usual corned beef and cabbage with boiled potatoes last night and thiswasdelicious! thank you!”

  • “We enjoyed this corned beef hash. I used the sliced corned beef from the deli. I think I would prefer it thicker so I will use the canned type next time. Thanks”

  • “Used our left over corned beef for this wonderfully easy meal.We added some over easy eggs and topped with A-1 steak sauce (I’m not sure why but it tasted great with it!) Thanks for the recipe! :)”

  • “great way to use leftover corned beef. we loved this! would not change a thing. i actually liked this better than the corned beef and cabbage! i think i will just make the corned beef for this recipe!!!!!!”

  • “This is a good basic hash. I like to use thick-sliced corned beef from the deli. If using the deli corned beef, you only need 3/4 lb. to make up 3 cups.”

  • “Delish!This is one of the few recipes I’ve followed faithfully.I reduced it to serve one.I used leftover Corned Beef #52008 by chia.The potatoes simmered in a small skillet whilst I cubed and chopped other things; they were done just in time to start into the recipe.The same skillet was used to cook the recipe, making good use of dishes.I ended up tossing this a couple of times during the recipe to get everything nice and browned.It wasn’t too greasy and I loved the sweet/carmely/brownish flavor.It’s a keeper.”

  • “I was looking for something different for breakfast, and as a bonus, got to use up the left over corned beef! It went great with eggs, (we like our eggs over easy) It is so easy to make!I am thinking it might just work with regular roast beef as well!”

  • “This was wonderful using the original recipe.I also changed it using venison and had a hit with the family!”

  • “I had some leftover corned beef and tried your recipe.I shredded my potatoes, otherwise followed your recipe.We served this with a fried egg on top.Delicious.What a nice way to use up leftover corned beef.Thank you for sharing your recipe with us.”

  • “Wow, this was fantastic. I did add a pich of garlic, we like garlic!Out of habit I added salt and pepper.The pepper was fine but the salt was a mistake and it came out much too salty.I will not make that mistake again!I love the ease and the fact that the hash is not loaded with fat, like the canned stuff.Thanks for a great recipe.”

  • “We loved this. I did not add the onion, and used more potatoes, but we loved the corned beef cooked this way better then in the crock pot plain. This will be a Saturday morning staple for us.”

  • “I cut the recipe in half and added some garlic powder because… well, because I like it!This was really good, though my corned beef was a little rubbery. Not your fault… or were you in my kitchen putting weird, rubber-inducing stuff in my leftovers? 😯 ;)Thanks for posting!”

  • “It was tasty but could use aa little something – next time I will add some garlic & Worchestershire sauce- I used left over oven fries, cut up, for the potatoes. I cut the recipe back by 2/3 no problem. Served with simple scrambled eggsThanks Gay for a nice addition to my Sunday Brunch”

  • “This recipe is fabulous!All it needs is a little salt and pepper to offset the potatoes.The presentation on a plate with eggs is the perfect idea.”

  • “I had never made hash before…hadn’t even eaten it but I had some corned beef leftover from St Patrick’s day and we’d already done the rueben sandwich thing – so I made this.It made a great breakfast.DH said he really liked the flavor of it.I’ll definite be making this one again.”

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