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Corned beef hash Recipe with Garlic

Updated on July 18, 2015
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Linda enjoys cooking food, loves to eat food and likes to share some of her different recipes that she learnt to cook.

Corned beef hash

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Quick cook corned beef hash

This is a dish you can have in half an hour or less. If you have forgotten to put out something from the freezer to cook, corned beef hash is a good substitute for a quick meal. I like preparing this meal when I haven't got a clue what to cook. Actually, it is one of the food that I like to cook which my husband and I like eating.

Also if you are short of time to cook, it is the easiest and quickest food you can cook in half an hour or less even. I find that the corned beef they sell in Asda Walmart is the one that taste better. I tried other brands but this Asda one is the best for me and the cheapest. You can use any corned beef brand.

Corned beef is also cheap to buy, it saves us money especially when we are on a budget.

Corned beef hash

Prep time: 15 min
Cook time: 15 min
Ready in: 30 min
Yields: serves two people

Photos showing how I cook corned beef hash

adding the tomatoes to the garlic and onions
adding the tomatoes to the garlic and onions | Source
all the ingredients for corned beef hash
all the ingredients for corned beef hash | Source
The Result - Corned Beef Hash with rice(cooked separately)
The Result - Corned Beef Hash with rice(cooked separately) | Source
mixing all the ingredients
mixing all the ingredients | Source
frying the onions and garlic second
frying the onions and garlic second | Source
fried potatoes put on a lined bowl with kitchen paper to soak up excess cooking oil
fried potatoes put on a lined bowl with kitchen paper to soak up excess cooking oil | Source
Frying the potatoes first
Frying the potatoes first | Source

Ingredients for corned beef hash

  • 4 pieces potato, medium size
  • 1 piece tomato, big one
  • 1 piece onion, medium
  • 3 cloves garlic
  • 1 cup oil, for frying potatoes
  • 1 tin corned beef
  • 1/4 teaspoon or a pinch ground black pepper
  • a pinch of salt

Corned Beef Hash Recipe

  1. Peel potatoes and cut into half inch cubes and set aside
  2. cut or slice onions and garlic into small pieces
  3. cut or slice tomatoes into small pieces
  4. Fry potatoes until cook and set aside.
  5. Remove oil in the frying pan, leave a small amount to fry the garlic and onions.
  6. once the garlic and onions are nearly brown add the tomatoes and corn beef (cut in cubes) and stir.
  7. Add the fried potatoes, ground black pepper, salt to taste (do not put too much salt as the corned beef sometimes can be salty).
  8. Stir until all the ingredients are all mixed. Then serve with plain white rice that you cooked separately. But if you prefer potatoes you can have it with potatoes. I prefer it with rice.

Corned beef hash

If you want to make your corned beef hash look more appetizing, you can add fried eggs or grated cheese. Once your corned beef hash is ready, you can fry two eggs if you are cooking for two people. You can add as many as you like. Then put it on top of your corned beef hash just before serving.

With the grated cheese, add it after you dished the corned beef hash on your plates and just put it under the grill for a few minutes just to melt the cheese or in the microwave if you prefer. I prefer to put it under the grill. I think it tastes much better.

There are so many ways of cooking corned beef hash but I prefer the above that I learnt from a friend when I first come to England. My friend was a good cook, she taught me how to cook English food because I did not know how to cook English food when I first moved to England. I had to learn everything except the English language which I learnt in the Philippines where I come from.

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      Linda Bryen 4 years ago from United Kingdom

      Di bale Ronilo, may stepmother kami ngayon na mabait at mahal din niya kami na parang anak niya. We love her too. I do love my family over there.

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      Ronilo Blanca 4 years ago from Koronadal, South Cotabato

      Ah kala ko nurse ka.. Ah that's good.. you sacrifice for your siblings.. Love mo talaga sila.. Sorry to hear that your mother has passed away na pala..

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      Linda Bryen 4 years ago from United Kingdom

      Thanks once again Ronilo for reading my hub about corned beef hash. I like this easy cook meal. Hindi ako Nurse Ronilo, midwifery ang natapos ko pero di ko na-practice dahil namatay ang nanay ko, kaya ako ang nagging nanay sa bahay muna kasi am the eldest.

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      Ronilo Blanca 4 years ago from Koronadal, South Cotabato

      Nice kabayan! namis ko tuloy kumain ng corn beef. Lol. I think your a chef not a nurse. lol

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      Linda Bryen 4 years ago from United Kingdom

      Thank you, viking305 , for your kind comment. I am glad you like it too. Also thanks for sharing it on twitter and Pinterest too. I have an account with twitter and Pinterest but I don't know how to tweet yet.

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      L M Reid 4 years ago from Ireland

      I love corned beef hash too, it is always popular here in Ireland. We do not put in the garlic though. Like you say here it is very quick to make and extremely delicious.

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