I decided that I’d make breakfast for you since it’s kind of my thing. And with St. Patrick’s Day, I had a corned beef from the Irish deli just waiting to be used. This recipe is SUPER easy, so get ready for it.
Corned Beef Hash
- 1 thick slice of corned beef (simmered the night before)
- 5 canned whole potatoes (cooked in the corned beef pot)
- a pinch of onion powder
- a pinch of thyme
- a pinch of salt
- 1/2 Tbs Kerry Gold Irish Butter with Garlic and Herbs (you can use regular butter…but why?)
- Dice corned beef into tiny pieces
- Dice potatoes into tiny pieces (they should be a little sticky)
- Mix potatoes and beef together
- Sprinkle seasonings and salt over mixture
- Mix well
- Melt butter
- Add corned beef mixture
- Fry until golden brown (or preferred crispness)
I walked about for about 5 minutes while the corned beef hash was frying and sizzling in the pan. You’ll even see in the video that I created for you how easily everything cooked up.
Look, guys! I made you a video! You’re welcome.
I received this Ozeri Green Frying Pan for free to give my honest opinion, and here it is: It worked pretty well for the first couple of months, but it didn’t last very long. And personally, I think that a pan should last a very long time. As of February 2021, I’ve been using the same non-stick pans from Calphalon (the Signature collection) and All-Clad (I opted for this All-Clad griddle instead of the Calphalon one because it was square, which fits more bacon) since mid-2016 (we registered for them for our wedding), and they’re still kicking. So if you’re looking for a great pan, I’d recommend Calphalon and/or All-Clad 100 times over.