I've been on a voyage of discovery lately -
in my freezer, and have been finding all kinds of foods, I froze thinking I could/would use them at a later date.
I really hate to throw away a lot of it. In fact I have a large container in the freezer right now labeled Stone Soup, I'll get to that in a later post though. One of the items I uncovered was a small Corned Beef I'd made a few months ago, and really, it needed to be eaten.
So, I made us some Corned Beef Hash today.
Recipe: Corned Beef Hash
This makes about 4 servings.
1 small Corned Beef, (mine was just under a pound, cut into dice)
4 potatoes, cooked and cut into dice (this works very well with white or red potatoes)
1 onion, diced
1-2 tbsp. Worcestershire Sauce
Salt and Pepper, to taste
dice and set aside. I didn't have any cooked potatoes, so I hurried up and threw some in my handy dandy Ziploc cooking bag, threw them into the microwave for 7 minutes, then took them out and peeled them. You can leave the peel on if you like, personally I like the peel.
Cook the diced onion until translucent. Set aside for a few minutes, while you brown the potatoes a little.
Then add them into the potatoes.
Let it cook together and get a good brown going. The last minute or so of cooking, add some salt, pepper and drizzle about 1-2 tbsp. of Worcestershire sauce over the whole thing. Stir it and serve.