01 Sep2013

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A meat “hash” of some sort is one of the best uses of leftover roasts, meats, etc. Great for a really hearty Sunday morning breakfast or brunch, I sometimes do the double starch Pinoy thing and have my hash with steamed rice and ketchup. :) For this really easy corned beef hash, simply shred up some leftover corned beef. Cube some previously boiled potatoes. Set a saute pan on medium high heat, add some butter and olive oil and saute a roughly chopped up white onion until soft. Add the potatoes and meat, drizzle with worcestershire sauce and some ketchup and stir until heated all the way through. Add some salt and pepper if necessary and serve hot. Great with some fried or scrambled eggs on the side, or as a viand for a lunch or dinner. You can tell from this bad photo above I had this for dinner. Simply good stuff. :)

If you are curious about other “hashes” — check out this roast beef hash post and this porchetta hash post I featured in the archives.

 

COMMENTS:

  1. millet says:

    yum! my family loves tons of onions, garlic and tomatoes in the hash.

    Sep 1, 2013 | 2:59 pm

     
  2. alilay says:

    i buy fresh corned beef so I could make hash love it with runny eggs!

    Sep 2, 2013 | 2:18 am

     
  3. Anna Banana says:

    Yum! I love corned beef hash! Sometimes we fry the potato cubes separately before mixing it with the corned beef! I like my corned beef hash dry with tutong tutong pa! :-)

    Sep 3, 2013 | 2:16 am

     
  4. Rob says:

    Corned beef is also very popular in Puerto Rican households (I’ve never seen it served in a restaurant), and is known as Carne Bif. It’s normally accompanied with white rice and tostones (fried plantain slices). It is similar in appearance to the Philippine version but the seasonings are different.

    Sep 5, 2013 | 12:22 pm

     

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