A Mouthwatering Take on Corned Beef Hash

Who doesn’t love a quick and easy meal that satisfies the whole family? Our One-Pot Corned Beef Hash is a classic British dish that will leave you drooling for more. With canned corned beef, potatoes, onions, and eggs, this recipe is a true feast for any time of day.

One-pot Corned Beef Hash served with eggs and dried parsley on a wooden spoon on the side of a cast iron pan

Simple Steps to Perfection

Let’s dive into the amazing flavors of this homemade corned beef hash recipe. Cooking it is a breeze, and the results are always delicious.

Versatility at Its Finest

One of the best things about this recipe is its versatility. Whether you’re craving a hearty breakfast, a satisfying lunch, or a comforting dinner, this dish has you covered.

How to Make Corned Beef Hash

Our step-by-step video guide will walk you through the process, ensuring a flawless dish every time. If you’re feeling confident, you can jump straight into the recipe card.

Ingredients

Let’s start with the list of ingredients you’ll need for this absolutely delicious recipe.

Potatoes

We have a special fondness for the humble white potato, but feel free to experiment with different varieties. Russet, red, or sweet potatoes all bring unique flavors and textures to the table. If convenience is your priority, tinned potatoes are an excellent choice.

Corned Beef

Canned corned beef is readily available in supermarkets. While it’s delicious straight from the can, frying it takes the flavor to a whole new level. Just make sure not to confuse it with home-cooked or deli counter corned beef.

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Eggs

When cooked in the oven, the eggs in this recipe will have a firm yolk. If you prefer a soft yolk, you can cook fried eggs separately while the corned beef hash is in the oven.

Optional Extras

Why not get creative and elevate your corned beef hash? Fresh sliced chillies, garlic powder, mixed herbs, or a splash of hot sauce can take this classic dish to new levels of deliciousness.

Equipment

To make the perfect corned beef hash, you’ll need a few essential tools. A good knife for chopping onions and potatoes is a must, and a sturdy spatula will help you flip and stir your ingredients. Our star player is the versatile cast iron pan, which seamlessly transitions from hob to oven. Don’t worry if you don’t have one; any oven-friendly pan will do the job.

Instructions

We’ll guide you through each step of making this mouthwatering dish.

Preparation

Preheat your oven and dice your potatoes. If you’re using canned potatoes, you can skip this step. Cube your canned corned beef, crush or dice some garlic, and dice the onion.

Boil

Cook the diced potatoes in boiling water for about 7 minutes, then drain and let them air dry.

Fry

Heat some olive oil in a large, oven-safe pan and gently fry the onion until soft. Add the garlic, paprika, and Worcestershire sauce. Layer the cubed corned beef on top of the potato mixture and press it down with a spatula. Let it cook on low-medium heat for crispy potatoes.

Flip

Turn off the heat and make wells in the corned beef hash. Crack an egg into each well. If you prefer a runny yolk, you can serve with fried or poached eggs instead.

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Oven

Place the pan in the preheated oven for about 10 minutes. This will give your dish a nice, crispy finish and cook the eggs to perfection.

One-pot Corned Beef Hash served with eggs

Once out of the oven, sprinkle fresh parsley or your favorite herbs over the top. Get ready to serve up this one-pot feast that’s perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Serving Suggestions

Corned beef hash is a meal on its own, but you can pair it with some tomato sauce or brown sauce. For larger gatherings, serve it with baked beans or fresh baked bread. Or why not enjoy it for dinner with some vegetables like cabbage, carrots, or broccoli? The whole family, including the kids, will love this delicious British classic.

Storage and Reheating

Storing your leftover corned beef hash is a breeze. Simply let it cool, transfer it to an airtight container, and refrigerate for 3-4 days. If you want to store it for longer, divide it into individual portions and freeze for up to 3 months. When reheating, use a microwave or a pan on the hob, adding a little oil to regain some crispiness.

The Heritage of Corned Beef Hash

Corned beef hash has a rich history dating back to the 14th century in the UK. During World War II, it became a popular storecupboard meal due to rationing. Canned corned beef became a convenient source of protein during those challenging times.

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More Brunch Recipes to Savor

If you’re a fan of brunch, we have more delicious recipes to add flavor to your mornings. Try our Brunch Nachos, a delightful twist on the classic Mexican dish. Or indulge in Ackee and Saltfish, a flavorful and hearty Caribbean delight. For something light and sweet, our fluffy pancakes or English crepes are the perfect addition to any brunch. These recipes will leave you satisfied and ready to conquer the day!

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We hope you enjoy making this mouthwatering corned beef hash recipe. Let us know in the comments how much you loved it! And if you’re in the mood for some finger-licking BBQ, check out Rowdy Hog Smokin BBQ. Happy cooking!