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Corn Beef Hash

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Introduction

Whilst I'm sure that people have made this many times before I just had to share my mum's recipe with you because it tastes SO good!

Whilst I'm sure that people have made this many times before I just had to share my mum's recipe with you because it tastes SO good!

Ingredients

Serves: 3

Metric Cups
  • 1 tin corned beef (diced)
  • 400 grams baked beans
  • 400 grams chopped tomatoes (tinned)
  • 1 large onion (diced)
  • 2 pepper
  • 3 medium potatoes (diced)
  • salt
  • pepper
  • worcestershire sauce
  • potato (mashed)
  • 1 tin corned beef (diced)
  • 14⅛ ounces baked beans
  • 14⅛ ounces diced tomatoes (tinned)
  • 1 large onion (diced)
  • 2 pepper
  • 3 medium potatoes (diced)
  • salt
  • pepper
  • worcestershire sauce
  • potato (mashed)

Method

Corn Beef Hash is a community recipe submitted by cookielover and has not been tested by Nigella.com so we are not able to answer questions regarding this recipe.

Variation 1: Slow Cooker way This sort of speaks for itself really.

  • Simply place all the ingredients in the slow cooker with a splash of worcester sauce and pinches of salt and pepper on a high heat for 5 hours. Place into an ovenproof dish and cover it with mashed potato, cooking for 45 minutes on gas mark 6.
  • Variation 2: in the frying pan

  • This way can be done using leftovers from the first variation or from the original ingredients. Place the onion and potatoes into the frying pan with some oil and cook until the onion and the potatoes start to go brown.
  • Put the corned beef, baked beans and chopped tomatoes into the frying pan and stir a little so all the ingredients are mixed together.
  • Add a splash of worcester sauce and pinches of salt and pepper and mix again.
  • Cook for about half an hour and serve with with some nice thick bread!
  • Variation 1: Slow Cooker way This sort of speaks for itself really.

  • Simply place all the ingredients in the slow cooker with a splash of worcester sauce and pinches of salt and pepper on a high heat for 5 hours. Place into an ovenproof dish and cover it with mashed potato, cooking for 45 minutes on gas mark 6.
  • Variation 2: in the frying pan

  • This way can be done using leftovers from the first variation or from the original ingredients. Place the onion and potatoes into the frying pan with some oil and cook until the onion and the potatoes start to go brown.
  • Put the corned beef, baked beans and diced tomatoes into the frying pan and stir a little so all the ingredients are mixed together.
  • Add a splash of worcester sauce and pinches of salt and pepper and mix again.
  • Cook for about half an hour and serve with with some nice thick bread!
  • Additional Information

    Feel free to add garlic and cheese to make it taste even better!

    Feel free to add garlic and cheese to make it taste even better!

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    What 2 Others have said

    • The corned beef hash was brilliant. I would say to use a orange and yellow pepper and don't bother with the mash potato. A proper winter filler

      Posted by joannejamesnathan on 28th September 2014
    • "2 pepper"? What does this mean? Capsicums? I don't think that can be right. And "2 pepper" doesn't even get a mention in the option 2 recipe?

      Posted by JimTheCook on 5th September 2014
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