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    Corned Beef Hash

    Grabbed a can outa the pantry tonight and fried it up crisp with some onion powder, garlic powder, pepper, salt, and butter.
    Scrambled a couple of eggs in with it.

    One of my favorite meals.

    Anyone have a recipe for some "from scratch"?

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    No thanks. You can keep that and scrapple all for yourself.

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    Oh yeah that works for me my 18 year old son loves it too
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    I prefer to make my own hash.

    Cook in oil, maybe 1/4 cup
    5 medium potatoes diced
    1 good sized onion diced
    parsley to taste
    salt and pepper to taste

    when this is cooked


    add a can of corned beef
    cook until blended well

    cornbread to go with it

    1 cup yellow meal
    3/4 cup flour
    1/8 cup sugar, can omit
    mix with fork

    milk enough to make a thick batter
    mix

    1/8 cup melted bacon grease, added last, stirred well

    pour into a cast iron skillet greased with bacon grease

    back on 425 until edges a crispy and top is golden brown

    Thats the way we do it. Mom taught me, she is from the georgia mountains.

    ~Bazoo

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    I take what ever corned beef is left from having a slab for dinner and mix it in equal portions with what ever potatoes and vegs are left over in zip lock bags and freeze them. Then when I want corned beef hash for bfast, I put a bag in the reefer to defrost overnight and the next morning break it up and fry it up with onions red and green peppers and drop some poached or fryer eggs over it.

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    When I say a slab of corned,beef, I am talking about a 4-5 lb of corned beef you cook in a crock pot for 8 hrs on low and it is fork tender when done. Hard to cut slices as it is so tender it falls apart. I like it from the can too, but being the only one in the house who grew up on New England boiled corned beef and cabbage and like it, I have a lot of frozen leftovers in the freezer.

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    I run leftover corned beef through a coarse grinder plate then freeze that is serving size portions. If I have a leftover baked/roasted/boiled I cube it small dice(1/4 inch) along with grated onion and fry in bacon fat until it starts to crisp then ad the already cooked meat and left it fry more until nice and crispy. I season the potatoes with a shake of my house seasoning(salt/onion powder/garlic powder in equal amounts, black pepper to taste, half sharp paprika to taste). Serve with 2 eggs over easy on top so the yolk can run down through the hash. Biscuits on the side with lots of butter.

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    Love the stuff, by itself or with over medium eggs and sourdough toast slathered with butter. Haven't tried making any from scratch yet but Bazoo's recipe looks dang good.

    Oops, just saw MaryB recipe, that sounds awesome too.

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    Love the stuff........Wife makes it too with leftover roast but it's not like the canned stuff.
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    Many Rocky Mountain breakfasts were canned CBH and fried eggs, fine way to start a morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 308Jeff View Post
    Grabbed a can outa the pantry tonight and fried it up crisp with some onion powder, garlic powder, pepper, salt, and butter.
    Scrambled a couple of eggs in with it.

    One of my favorite meals.

    Anyone have a recipe for some "from scratch"?
    Just did this last week. But added shredded cabbage all fried up

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    Best campfire meal with coffee you can have on a cool morning just before the hunt.
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    Canned is good, as long as you crisp it up. A couple of hatch chilies , and some runny eggs.

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    can of hash mixed with about 3 scrambled eggs some cheese on top of toast with sausage gravy poured over all of it! Meal fit for a king!!!!!!!!!
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    SOS with a couple eggs over medium on top. Home fries on the side.

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    Pan fried in bacon grease, eggs, and old bay. Topped off with a little hot sauce. The kids and grandkids destroy it in no time.

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    I've got one of the newfangled electric pressure cookers, and when available I'll buy several corned beefs at Costco. I'll cook up one in the pressure cooker at 15.0 psi for 65 min. and make corned beef and cabbage. Then the meat that's left over goes into the fridge for a couple of days, then gets chopped into cubes and browned in vegetable oil with cubed potatoes and onions. Fried altogether at the same time. Salt and pepper as needed. When the potatoes are done, everything is done. The two over easy fried eggs on top are a must, as is a splop of La Victoria Salsa Brava or Hot Pace Picante. I'll second the fresh biscuits and butter, but hot corn tortillas or fresh French bread and butter works well.

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    You supposed to heat it up ?
    I just remove the can's top and get a spoon!.....
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    A nice front blew through here a couple days ago, so I had the windows open overnight. Smelled so mountain fresh this morning, I cooked up that Rocky Mountain breakfast. Sky is the shade I want to paint my Jeep. Good day.

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