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Corned Beef Hash

Published Wednesday, 04 November, 2009 by will

proper easy, quick, cheap an real nice



  • - couple of good sized bakin spuds, peeled an choped into smallish chunks
  • - small tin of corned beef chopped up
  • - an onion chopped all small
  • - good handleful or two of curly cale. (fresh greens or cabbage work just as well)
  • - real good with a few glugs of worcester sauce
  • - an some dried chillies, but thats optional


1. put the the spuds onto boil with a bit of salt.

3. put the curly cale or cabbage or whatever your using onto boil or steam.

2. fry the onion until soft in a biggish pan in some vegetable oil.

4. when spuds an curly cale is MOSTLY cooked wack em in the pan with the onions an add the corned beef.

5. fry it all up together quite high constanly tossin it. add the worchester sauce, an a few chillies if ya fancy it. an your done when its all heated up an mixed in!

by the way:

- the corned beef sticks to the bottom a bit but keep stirring it as your cooking it an scrape those bits off because they're proper tasty

- also ... its really nice eating it with english mustard.


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  • Charlotte 3 years ago

    My mum's corned beef has is more like a stew. Rather than frying the corned beef, she puts it in with the potatos to boil, adds veg like peas and sweetcorn and the onions, and then adds gravy granules to thicken it up when its done.

  • j slater 6 years ago

    you can throw everything in a ovenproo dish and cook fr about 1 hour on 250cen.and it is ready.

  • ... 7 years ago

    looks vry good but didn't make it yet.. gonna make it tommorow though

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