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Recipe for corned beef hash?

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WigWamBam Wed 25-May-05 19:52:41

My dh has decided that he wants corned beef hash for tea. I'm not sure quite why, but there you go. I have gone through all my recipe books but no joy. Anyone have a decent recipe?

giraffeski Wed 25-May-05 20:00:14

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WigWamBam Wed 25-May-05 20:03:23

Not sure my dh would class as sophisticated enough to go with the second one, Giraffeski!

The first one looks OK though, thanks.

Must try and get some more recipe books for the old meat-eater

giraffeski Wed 25-May-05 20:05:12

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mancmum Wed 25-May-05 20:07:48

wow - these are posh compared to my version... mash enough potatoes to feed family and add a tin of corn beef -- mash and bash until distributed and season very well.. put into a dish and cover in grated cheese -- bake in oven for 20 minutes and serve with loads of ketchup and baked beans... gorgeous!!

giraffeski Wed 25-May-05 20:08:53

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fashill Wed 25-May-05 20:10:10

I've got salmon, brocolli and mash for dinner but now I so want corned beef hash!!!

WigWamBam Wed 25-May-05 20:11:53

Pretty lazy actually

Nothing new there, then

Gobbledigook Wed 25-May-05 20:12:34

My easy version we had last night:

Diced potatoes
Chopped carrots
Chopped onion
Diced tin of the best corned beef possible
2 beef oxo cubes

Boil potatoes, carrots and onions until soft in water that just covers them.
Drain off half-two thirds of the water
Sprinkle 2 stock cubes and stir in till dissolved
Add corned beef, stir in and then simmer for a short while.

That's it!

Gobbledigook Wed 25-May-05 20:13:43

The only thing I add to mine when on the plate is loads of salt (dh had a heart attack when he saw me put salt on last night but I don't add salt to any cooking I do or to any food other than this one) and pickled red cabbage!

WigWamBam Wed 25-May-05 20:14:59

These recipes are getting easier

Pickled red cabbage ... <grimace>

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