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Unread 03-18-2011, 01:08 PM   #1
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Default Corned beef to Corned beef hash??

I have some leftover corned beef brisket from yesterdays corned beef and cabbage dinner that I would like to turn into corned beef hash for breakfast. Any suggestions on what I can do to make that happen?

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I've used this recipe from Meathead Goldwyn before and it comes out very good!

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I just steam a few potatoes up, chunk and start them off in the cast iron skillet. Let the potatoes crust up a bit, throw in some chopped onions and celery, then the corned beef and fry it up til nice and hot. Then top with fried eggs
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What he said... ^^^^^^
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Just like Landarc said. I like a lot of garlic in mine. I put the garlic in after the taters are done crisping up so I dont burn it.
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Mine was simple.....
Finely diced corned beef (smoked the day before) and potatoes:


Fried up in the skillet with some butter, salt & fresh cracked pepper until the taters were tender:


Don't know if that's right or not, but it sure was GOOOOOOD!!!
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Wampus, love the pics! Got most of the food groups covered, meat, taters, and butter! I guess you could hit for the cycle and try bacon? Mmm, bacon, meat, and butter...
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Wampus, love the pics! Got most of the food groups covered, meat, taters, and butter! I guess you could hit for the cycle and try bacon? Mmm, bacon, meat, and butter...
Just needs a nice breakfast stout and I could live off of it.
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