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Unread 10-11-2008, 08:41 PM   #1
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Default Smoked Corned Beef Hash

Made some amazing corned beef hash today. Would like to post some pron, but I'm over the limit for pix.
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Here's the recipe. There's some pix at http://blog.smokeindaeye.com

2 pounds chopped/shredded smoked corned beef
2 pounds cubed potato, boiled until tender. Drained.
1/2 cup beef broth
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 tbsp grainy mustard
1 tbsp finely chopped parsley
1 small onion, finely minced
Fresh ground pepper

Mix the above ingredients and refrigerate until ready to cook.

To prepare, heat a cast iron skillet obver medium-high, add half a stick of butter and add corned beef mixture. Pat down with a spatula and allow to cook approximately 5 minutes, allow a crust to form, then stir and pat again. Repeat 2-3 times until crisped to your liking. Serve with a poached or soft boiled egg on top.

Note, to make smoked corned beef, soak a pre-prepped corned beef from the store overnight to remove some of the salt. Add favorite dry rub or simple pepper coating then cook on smoker at approximately 250* until it reaches an internal temp of 185. Rest and slice.
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Would'nt that be pastrami hash?
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Would'nt that be pastrami hash?
You may be right, though I think it's a bit cornier than a traditional pastrami. Either way, it was dang good. Finally figured out how to make perfect poached eggs too.
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You may be right, though I think it's a bit cornier than a traditional pastrami. Either way, it was dang good. Finally figured out how to make perfect poached eggs too.

I think in order to get good hash you have to make it yourself! Seen a few places that Guy F goes to on his show that look pretty dang good, but they are always 1000 miles away...Cant finda good Country Fried Steak in Los Angeles either, me Mista, MrsMista, and Country tried a few weeks back, lets just say I should have had the breakfast!
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I think in order to get good hash you have to make it yourself! Seen a few places that Guy F goes to on his show that look pretty dang good, but they are always 1000 miles away...Cant finda good Country Fried Steak in Los Angeles either, me Mista, MrsMista, and Country tried a few weeks back, lets just say I should have had the breakfast!
Ain't that the truth! This was definitely the most flsavorful hash I've ever had. Can't wait to make it again.
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Made some amazing corned beef hash today. Would like to post some pron, but I'm over the limit for pix.
Clint, nice looking grub on your blog.

You do know that you can simply post pics here that are from your site hosting, don't you?

Or is this just a carefully crafted ploy to get people to your blog?
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Havent had that since I left the navy.
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Clint, nice looking grub on your blog.

You do know that you can simply post pics here that are from your site hosting, don't you?

Or is this just a carefully crafted ploy to get people to your blog?
I tried putting the url into the insert image thing but it came up as a broken link. Could you shoot me a pm how to do it?
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