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Nanna's Corned Beef Hot Pot

Published Tuesday, 11 September, 2012 by Laura

Recipie passed down through the family.



  • 1-2 tins of corned beef
  • 5 potatoes (you'll need enough to make 3 layers)
  • 2 onions
  • salt and pepper (season to taste)
  • gravy


Peel and cut potatoes into scallop shapes (round discs). Slice corned beef and onion.

layer ingredients as follows: potatoes, cornedbeef, onion, making three layers.

make gravy using granuals. Pour gravy over hotpot, it should soak through to the other layers. Brush some butter or oil on the top layer.

place in oven on the middle shelf, on a medium heat for atleast an hour and a half.



  • Marky! 2 years ago

    I'm going to cook this xD I miss my mums CBH! Mmmm can't wait :)

  • Keith Watson 2 years ago

    There's not much hope for today's students if they don't know what medium means!!!!!!!! Good recipe, just like my mum's. I do much the same but without veg, a dash of Worcester sauce - and lots of bread and butter.
    Thank you Laura.

  • 2 years ago

    Peter, a medium heat is one that's not too low or too high. Too low and the food will take ages to cook, too high and the food will cook too quickly and burn.

  • Peter 3 years ago

    What is a medium heat? Not a very good discription for students.

  • 5 years ago

    It depends on how big the dish you use is. Mine fed 2-3 people using a s/m casserole dish. The more ingredients you use, the bigger it will be too :)

  • Amy 5 years ago

    How many people does this serve?

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