New York City Style Corned Beef Hash

This is what I made with my leftover corned beef from St. Patty's Day and just got around to posting it.


I cubed the beef and pulsed it in my food processor until it was of uniform mince.


Then placed it in a bowl. Taste your beef for flavor. It should have quite a bit of flavor already. If not, add salt and pepper to taste.


I cubed the leftover potatoes and browned them in a bit of olive oil.


Then diced up a medium onion.


And a bit of orange bell pepper. I normally would have used a green pepper but this is what I had on hand.


I added the raw pepper to the corned beef along with 2 large eggs.


The onion only needs to be slightly sauteed and then added to the meat along with the potatoes.


This recipe needs a lot of fresh parsley to be authentic. I used about 3/4 cup but this measure depends on how much meat you have.


Mix everything to combine.


Form into patties and fry in a bit of olive oil and butter until crisp and golden on both sides.


Serve them on a piece of rye toast topped with a fried egg. We like this hash so much that I always make two briskets so I have one just for hash.

Comments

that looks great...you know what ? john doesn't like corned beef...but i have a funny feeling he would eat this......

(teddy is working on his double cheeseburger right now )

:-)
Pricilla said…
I love corned beef hash but where I grew up it had no peppers ;)
So easy to make and so delicious to eat :-) If I remember I´ll buy some pepper and parsley if I go to the store this weekend!

Have a great day now!
Christer.
Corned Beef Hash, one of my favorites. These look like a great breakfast for Sunday morning when we will have snow on the ground AGAIN.
Candace said…
Mr. Squash wants to know if you will adopt him!
Cheers!
abby jenkins said…
I'm thinking I might need to make corned beef tomorrow just to have this for breakfast on Sunday! Delicious!
Suzie said…
When I saw the photo of the corned beef in the processor, I thought, "She's making hash!" Gosh, that takes me back to when I was a kid, on cold winter nights, walking in the back door, and smelling corned beef hash sizzling on the stove. Major YUM!!!

I've copied down your recipe. .I'm sure that we are going to love it!