14 May 2015

Corned Beef Hash

When I was a little girl my mother would make a couple of different corned beef dishes and I loved them. This is one of those dishes, for a pretty basic corned beef hash; the other is Corned Beef Pie in the Recipe File.

All the recipes and suggestions for cooking corned beef that came in this last week has put corned beef at the front of my mind. I don't have it on the meal plan anytime soon, but I may just have to do a little swapping and slot it in just so we can have this oh-so-easy but very delicious way to use leftovers - Corned Beef Hash.

So here is my Corned Beef Hash recipe. You can use tinned corned beef, making it a great camping recipe, or leftover corned beef, making it a great recipe to stretch just a little leftover meat.

Corned Beef Hash

2 cups leftover cooked corned beef (or 1 tin of corned beef)
4 large potatoes
Grated cheese

Peel and cook the potatoes until tender. Drain and mash with a little butter and milk but don't make them too soft, they need to be quite firm.

Dice the corned beef and place it in an oiled 20cm casserole dish. Spread the mashed potato over the top. Sprinkle the potato with grated cheese, being generous so there is a good layer of cheese.

Bake for around 20 - 25 minutes, until the cheese is melted and golden and the dish is heated through.

Serve with baked beans and toast, or salad, or steamed vegetables.

Leftovers can be frozen.

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