Corned Beef Hash

corned beef hash

Are you looking for a satisfying and comforting breakfast dish to start your day with? Well look no further because this quick and easy corned beef hash recipe is sure to become a household favorite.

This classic breakfast staple has been on morning menus for generations, and for a good reason. And the best part? you can have it in only 15 minutes!

corned beef hash

Whether you are a seasoned professional or a beginner home chef, this corned beef hash recipe is your canvas for culinary creativity. Get ready as we cover the ins and outs of crafting a delicious corned beef hash, from choosing ingredients to serving suggestions and beyond.

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Why This Recipe Works

This corned beef hash recipe will become a new favorite in your home because it is a customizable, and versatile breakfast dish.

The flexibility of this corned beef hash recipe allows for customizations to suit various dietary needs and taste preferences. This recipe's adaptability extends to additional seasonings and ingredients, giving you the creative freedom to personalize your corned beef hash.

Additionally, this corned beef hash recipe can be prepared on the stovetop or baked in the oven, making this a convenient breakfast option, versatile enough that the leftovers can be easily stored and enjoyed later as a quick and easy breakfast, lunch, or snack item.

Ingredients

Corned Beef:

With this corned beef hash recipe, you can use either fresh or canned corned beef, depending on your preference. Canned corned beef offers convenience and works well for a quick and easy preparation. Alternatively, fresh corned beef, which is typically slow-cooked or boiled, can provide a more robust flavor and texture. Leftover corned beef lends itself very well to this recipe. If you don't have corned beef and want to work with another kind of meat, diced pastrami or roast beef can be delicious substitutes. For a meatless alternative, consider using plant-based corned beef or seitan.

Potatoes:

While traditional recipes often call for Russet potatoes due to their starchy, fluffy texture, you can experiment with alternative potato varieties like Yukon Gold or red potatoes. If you're looking to increase the nutritional value of your hash, sweet potatoes can make for a delightful substitution, adding subtle sweet and earthy notes to the dish. For a lighter option, consider using cauliflower or parsnips in place of potatoes to create a low-carb version of this corned beef hash recipe.

Vegetables:

While this corned beef hash recipe only calls for onions, there are a variety of different veggies that can be added to enhance its flavor, texture, and nutritional profile. Bell peppers add vibrant colors and a slight crunch while sauteed mushrooms bring an earthy element that pairs exceptionally well with the hearty corned beef. Leafy greens such as spinach or kale bring freshness and additional nutrients to the dish while ingredients like diced tomatoes, corn kernels, and green peas introduce a hint of sweetness.

Additional Ingredients:

While there are some core ingredients to this corned beef has recipe, there is plenty of room for experimentation and creativity. For instance, Worcestershire sauce can introduce a savory depth, while a sprinkle of paprika or cayenne pepper can provide smokiness and a touch of heat. Fresh thyme or rosemary can be finely chopped and added to the hash during cooking or as a garnish whereas a little apple cider vinegar or Dijon mustard can infuse a hint of tangy brightness.

How to Make Corned Beef Hash

Step One:

Dice potatoes and onion. Set aside.

Step Two: 

Heat a pan over medium-high heat and add butter to melt.

Step Three:

Add onions and cook for 1-2 minutes, until the onions are softened and slightly opaque, then mix in the potatoes and corned beef.

Step Four:

Add salt, pepper, thyme, garlic powder and combine.

Step Five:

Continue to cook for 5 minutes. 

Step Six: 

Garnish with fresh parsley, serve, and enjoy!

Tips

  • Ensure you cut your ingredients into uniform sizes. This helps ensure even cooking, so you don't end up with some pieces undercooked and others overcooked.
  • If you're making a large batch of this corned beef hash recipe, it's better to cook in batches or use a larger pan to avoid overcrowding as this can lead to uneven cooking.
  • Achieving the right texture is key. You want crispy, golden-brown edges on the potatoes and a nice sear on the corned beef. Be patient and let them cook undisturbed for a few minutes before flipping or stirring.
  • After cooking the corned beef and vegetables, deglaze the pan with a splash of broth, beer, or wine. This will help you scrape up any flavorful bits stuck to the bottom of the pan and create a delicious sauce.

What to Serve With Corned Beef Hash

This corned beef hash is a hearty and flavorful dish that pairs well with a variety of sides. Try serving it with classic breakfast items like poached eggs as their runny yolks add a luscious element to the dish, or toast which is ideal for sopping up the savory flavors of the hash. You can also opt for some classic condiments like hollandaise sauce, hot sauce, or McDonalds Breakfast Sauce to add a zesty twist to each bite

FAQs

Can I make corned beef hash in advance?

This corned beef hash recipe is an excellent dish to make in advance as the flavors tend to meld together better if left for a day or two in the fridge.

Is it possible to make corned beef hash in the oven?

While the stovetop method is more traditional and allows for a crispy texture, yes you can absolutely make your corned beef hash in the oven as a convenient method. Simply combine all of your ingredients into a bowl then spread the mixture evenly into a greased baking or casserole dish. Cover the hash with aluminum foil and bake for 30-45 minutes at 375F, then uncover and cook for an additional 10 minutes to brown your hash.

How long can corned beef hash leftovers be stored?

Any leftover corned beef hash that you have can be stored in the fridge for up to 4 days when sealed in an airtight container. For longer storage, you can keep your corned beef hash in the freezer for up to 3 months. This makes corned beef hash a great recipe to make in large quantities, portion out, and freeze for a time when you need a fast and fulfilling breakfast.

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corned beef hash

Corned Beef Hash

Discover our simple and hearty corned beef hash recipe. Perfect for breakfast or brunch, it's a comforting dish everyone will love.
4.82 from 16 votes
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Course: Breakfast, Brunch
Cuisine: American
Keyword: corned beef, corned beef hash, corned beef hash recipe, Potatoes
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 4
Author: Corrie

Ingredients

  • 2 potatoes cooked and peeled
  • ½ onion
  • 1 can corned beef
  • 3 tablespoons butter unsalted
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 teaspoon dried thyme
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • fresh parsley for serving. optional
  • sunny side up eggs for serving. optional

Instructions

  • Dice potatoes and onion. Set aside.
  • Heat a pan over medium-high heat and add butter to melt.
  • Add onions and cook for 1-2 minutes, until the onions are softened and slightly opaque, then mix in the potatoes and corned beef.
  • Add salt, pepper, thyme, garlic powder and combine.
  • Continue to cook for 5 minutes.
  • Garnish with fresh parsley, add sunny side up eggs and serve 🙂

Nutrition

Calories: 167kcal Carbohydrates: 21g Protein: 3g Fat: 9g Saturated Fat: 5g Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.4g Monounsaturated Fat: 2g Trans Fat: 0.3g Cholesterol: 23mg Sodium: 590mg Potassium: 489mg Fiber: 3g Sugar: 1g Vitamin A: 277IU Vitamin C: 22mg Calcium: 26mg Iron: 1mg

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Notes

  • Parboil the potatoes before frying to ensure they are fully cooked and have a crispy exterior.
  • Dice your ingredients into uniform sizes to ensure even cooking.
  • Use a cast-iron skillet if available. It distributes heat evenly, allowing for a perfectly crispy hash.
  • Don't stir the hash too often. Let it sit and get crispy before flipping.
  • Taste and adjust the seasoning as you go. Corned beef can be salty, so add salt sparingly at first.
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