How to make Corned Beef Hash the easy way
Corned Beef Hash is one of my favourite dishes, for a number of reasons. First off, it tastes great. Secondly, it's cheap to make and can feed many. Thirdly, it is perhaps one of the simplest and most fulfilling hot meals I know of.
In fact it is so easy to make that the only instructions I've given, are in the captions of the photos!
The resipe is one my Mum taught me when I was young. Since she worked full time as well as my Dad, she said it was a perfect way to feed the whole family quickly, and with little effort, if they'd had a particularly stressful or long day.
She's great my Mum, and this recipie is exactly the one me and my wife use when we're short of time or energy.
The ingredients you need are simply this:
- Enough potatoes to fill a large pan
- 1 onion
- 1 tin of Corned Beef
- A small assortment of condements (see method on the right)
- A pack of frozen Yorkshire Puddings
Preparation time is about 5 minutes at the most. Cooking time is about 20 minutes. There can't be many great meals you can make in this time, which will feed the whole family. If there is any left at the end, pack it away in an aire tight tub, and take it to work for lunch the next day...just don't fall out over who gets to take it!
I hope you enjoy! Let me know how you get on by making comments. I'm sure there are variations to this as well, probably dependent on how your own Mothers used to make it :-)
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