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Old 03-14-2019, 12:29 PM   #1
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Default Corned Beef Hash is a Great Riff on a Classic St. Patrick’s Day Dish

The Irish side of me does not particularly care for traditional corned beef and cabbage. I find it too bland and greasy.

I do like corned beef hash. Here's a fancy recipe for preparing it that looks pretty good.

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In the eyes of many, corned beef is a staple of Irish cuisine thanks to Ireland’s role in the production of corned beef for trade purposes centuries ago. While they themselves did not traditionally eat corned beef in Ireland (it was cost prohibitive to do so), the Irish that came to America ended up eating it because, as it turns out, corned beef was the salted meat product they could afford.

Every year around St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a store or Irish pub that isn’t serving up a heaping plate of the salt-cured meat. Great on its own (if you’re a fan of salt), corned beef really shines when paired with vegetables that help balance the rich flavor of the meat.
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And if you don't want to wait another 3 months for the store to takedown the corned beef you can use leftover roast beef!
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And if you don't want to wait another 3 months for the store to takedown the corned beef you can use leftover roast beef!
I usually get the corned beef on sale and throw a few in the freezer for when the mood strikes. Or, I'll smoke it and make pastrami.
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Ive eaten Corned Beef Hash from a can a few times,,, Good stuff but taste but a greasy taste, seems like it would clog your arteries real fast
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Ive eaten Corned Beef Hash from a can a few times,,, Good stuff but taste but a greasy taste, seems like it would clog your arteries real fast
This morning the wife slept in, & I notice a can of roast beef hash in the pantry. The dawg though it might be his because he sat watching it cook. No where the grease thats in canned corned beef hash. Not as salty either because it not corned.
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Roast beef hash is way better than corned beef hash.

Trader Joe's used to sell roast beef hash in pouches that were like MRE's. It was really great to take camping.

I have a corned beef brisket thawing. I'll be turning it into hash using the recipe I posted, and eat it with the poached eggs and hollandaise sauce. I'll forgo the Irish Soda bread, though.
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Ive eaten Corned Beef Hash from a can a few times,,, Good stuff but taste but a greasy taste, seems like it would clog your arteries real fast
Canned corned beef hash and a quality canned dog food. Not positive on the taste, but they both smell the same.
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Roast beef hash is way better than corned beef hash.

Trader Joe's used to sell roast beef hash in pouches that were like MRE's. It was really great to take camping.

I have a corned beef brisket thawing. I'll be turning it into hash using the recipe I posted, and eat it with the poached eggs and hollandaise sauce. I'll forgo the Irish Soda bread, though.
With Hollandaise! That's even pushing my limit of unhealthy. Only thing I ever had hollandaise sauce on was artichokes, eggs or asparagus.
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Roast beef hash is way better than corned beef hash.

Trader Joe's used to sell roast beef hash in pouches that were like MRE's. It was really great to take camping.

I have a corned beef brisket thawing. I'll be turning it into hash using the recipe I posted, and eat it with the poached eggs and hollandaise sauce. I'll forgo the Irish Soda bread, though.
Mary Kitchen Roast Beef Hash is my favorite. With a onion cut up in it and a couple eggs on top!!
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