Thursday, April 03, 2008

Using up Leftover Corned Beef

Corned Beef hash is one of my favorite breakfast foods, and until my trip to Boise, I thought I preferred it from a can. Most of the homemade corned beef hash I've tried in restaurants was made with onions. I don't care for it that way. But at Goldy's, in Boise, I had some homemade hash that was wonderful. And naturally, I thought, "I can do that!" So I did. I made a corned beef brisket in the crockpot for St Patrick's Day, and kept some of the leftovers just for this. It was great! What I do with it once it's cooked is make two "wells," and put two eggs in each "well." Then I put the lid on the pan until the eggs are cooked.

Has anyone reading this ever tried making corned beef hash using canned corned beef?

2 comments:

kellie said...

probably really late - but OH MY GOSH SO YUMMY

I love nothing more than corned beef left overs and hash - hash you make

I usually take the corn beef and make /mix it with onions/taters/eggs

but I always love it just the way you make it as well!!!!

jeff said...

would love to try this recipe but it did not show up. just the picture and a little about the dish...how do I get the recipe??