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serves 4

1 lb. about Corned Beef
2 cups roasted, boiled or cooked potatoes ( any kind)
1 cup diced onion
Oil for frying
Salt and Pepper
optional
You can use left over mashed potatoes instead.


Optional
4 eggs
Chopped Parsley

 

For this style of Corned Beef Hash you need to chop it all the ingredients together very fine. You can also put them through a meat grinder, or pulse in a food processor.



With about 2 tablespoons of cooking oil fry the hash for about 10 minutes turning frequently. The idea is to brown all of it a little making it crispy and blend the flavors.

Meanwhile get your water ready to poach your egg. You heat the water. add a tablespoon if vinegar.(inexpensive is fine) and then stir the boiling water with a spoon and drop the egg into the whirlpool.

Here is a close up of what the Hash ooks like nicely browned and crispy.

You can use all kinds of goodies that are too good to throw away. Throw in a bit of Spinach or other green vegetables.

Here I had leftover Colcannon, ( mashed potatoes with greens, bacon and onion. I used them in place of chopped potatoes. They worked fine!

 

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