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Corned Beef Hash

Published by themum

Very cheap and tasty



  • Chilled tin of corned beef (easier for slicing if chilled first)
  • Sliced onions
  • Thinly sliced potatoes
  • Beef stock cubes


Layer Slices of corned beef, onion and potato in a cassarole dish, repeat layers and end with potatoes.

Dissolve stock 2 stock cubes in about half pint of water.

Pour over potatoes.

Cover with a lid or foil

Bake for an hour or so until potatoes are tender.

Take off foil and dot bits of butter or marg over top and bake for another 20 mins or so.


  • lucy 2 years ago

    What kind of stock? beef?

  • Janet 5 years ago

    Absolutely fab - easy to make and cook. My dad used to make this but with mashed potatoes - having tried both my husband and i prefer this method and its much less work thanks

  • Romero 5 years ago

    Easy to cook and so delicious..,yummy

  • Dave 5 years ago

    So simple yet so tasty,add some thinly sliced onions even tastier

  • Gerry 6 years ago

    For a busy worker its quick and easy and tastes great and my new partners favourite

  • James 6 years ago

    You could miss out the corned beef,onions and potatoes and just go to the chippie. No eggs no omlettes

  • Adrienne 7 years ago

    Really good and quick and nourishing. Thankyou

  • Hazel 7 years ago

    My mum used to make this when i was small , lovely jubbly lol , and i'm now 70 lol, it's in the oven as i type .

  • Puss Puss 7 years ago

    Hi happy new year.Does it matter if i aint got any corned beef?Any other options.

  • Betty May 7 years ago

    Great now know why i was doing it wrong was not putting in enough liquid so was too dry. Thanks and thanks again never to old to learn. Bye

  • Linda 8 years ago

    Thank you, have been looking for this recipe for ages, used to have this dish but had forgotten how it was done, thank you. Yummy.....

  • Alan Best 8 years ago

    I have a different variation to this - using a slow cooker -Red Onions and A tin of Chopped Tomates! Use a sliced Potatoes and place these on he top of Your Mix ( to which you can add Worcester or Tabasco( small amount of this) Finish off in a hot oven to crisp off the potatoes . then throw some mature cheese and cayenne pepper over to grill off! Yummy ! Serve with baked Beans!

  • caza 8 years ago

    pleased i found this as i used to have it as a kid..and cant remember how my mum made it...luvly jubbly..with brown sauce and fresh bread! thanks...also very cheap to make for big lone daughter loves it so it lasts even longer!mmmm

  • themum 8 years ago

    No you don't have to cook the potatoes first. They cook in the oven nice and slowly, absorbing all the flavours

  • evie01 8 years ago

    Do you boil the potato's first?

  • nick 9 years ago

    i agree with bev! taken ke ages to find this! thank you!!!!!!

  • Matt 9 years ago

    Mega!! Just like when i was a nipper :) loving it with lashings of brown sauce and crusty bread...Cheap as mud!!

  • themum 9 years ago

    About 180 should do it :)

  • Hannah 9 years ago

    What temperature do you bake this at?

  • carol 9 years ago

    thank you! all the recipes i have found for this use mashed potato and/or poached eggs. this is the one i remember and i am 50!

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