30 Minute Meals is a series from LGCM dedicated to helping you get a delicious dinner on the tables quickly!
What’s the Meal?
Welcome to the St. Patrick’s Day version of 30 Minute Meals featuring Corned Beef Hash! Corned Beef is best prepared in larger sizes, so many people will have left over Corned Beef and want to know what to do with the left over beef. The easy answer is make a Corned Beef Hash from the leftover corned beef and serve with breakfast sides to make brinner! In case you don’t know what brinner is, it’s the lovely marriage of breakfast and dinner together in one harmonious meal. We’ll use our fast and easy Corned Beef Hash recipe to make the entree and then add bacon and eggs to the side to complete the brinner for 4.
What’s My Shopping List?
- 1/2# left over LGCM Corned Beef Brisket
- 1 bag frozen, diced Potatoes
- 1 Yellow Onion
- Other things like peppers or tomatoes that you like in Corned Beef Hash (optional)
- 4 eggs
- 8 slices LGCM Bacon
How do I Make the Meal?
- Start by making the Corned Beef Hash. Chop the onion, heat some oil in a pan and add in the potatoes and onion. Cook over medium high heat.
- While the onions and potatoes are cooking, chop your left over corned beef. Add the chopped corn beef into the pan once the onions are clear and cook for another 10 minutes until the beef is warm.
- While the Corned Beef Hash is cooking, fry the eggs and bacon. Separately, of course. It’ll take you just long enough to cook these for the Corned Beef Hash to be warm. You’ll have everything together in just about 30 minutes.
- Have a big ole brinner plate of a generous helping of Corned Beef Hash, 2 slices of bacon and a fried egg. Make it even more special with a Guinness on the side. Enjoy!
Where Can I Find Detailed Cooking Instructions?
- If you’d like full step by step instructions for our Corned Beef Hash (with pictures and video) just click here! In the original recipe, we use fresh potatoes, but for this version, we used prediced frozen potatoes to save time.
- For directions on how to fry eggs, click here, and for bacon frying directions, click here.
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