Baked Corned Beef Hash.

Thursday 9 September 2010

I had a rather lazy culinary day the other day . . .

The kind of day where I just couldn't get my act together, and make up my mind what I wanted to cook for our supper. I spent a while looking through my cookbooks, but nothing was tempting me at all. I wanted something quick and easy, but at the same time filling, and let's not forget . . . tasty!!

I hadn't gone grocery shopping yet, and in all honesty fresh ingredients were rather low on the ground.

I had potatoes and eggs, some onions and a few red peppers. I had picked up a nice tin of chunky corned beef the last time I was in Marks and Spencers.

In the end I decided to make us a nice Corned Beef Hash for our supper. It went down a real treat with my meat and potatoes loving husband, and, in all honesty, I rather enjoyed it myself!!!

*Baked Corned Beef Hash*
Serves 4
Printable Recipe

Store cupboard favourite. Quick, easy, cheap and cheerful! Perfect for those nights when you are lacking in inspiration and ingredients. You can serve this topped with either a poached or fried egg if you wish. Delicious!

4 large potatoes, peeled and cut into cubes
1 TBS vegetable oil
1 onion, peeled and diced
1 red pepper, deseeded and chopped
1 large tin of corned beef, chopped
1 to 2 TBS creamed horseradish
142 ml of double cream (a scant 1/2 cup)
salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
chopped fresh flat leaf parsley to garnish

Boil the potatoes in a pot of lightly salted water for about 5 minutes. Drain well and allow to dry slightly before proceeding.

Heat the oil in a large skillet. Add the onion and peppers. Cook for about 5 minutes until they begin to soften. Tip in the dried potatoes. Cook and stir for about 10 minutes until they start to turn golden brown. Stir through the corned beef. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Whisk the cream and horseradish together. Fold into the hash.

Preheat the oven to 200*C/ 400*F/ gas mark 6. Tip the hash into a lightly buttered casserole dish, leaving it a bit craggy. Place into the oven and bake for about 15 to 20 minutes, until bubbling and beginning to brown.

Note - If desired you can top the hash with some grated strong cheddar cheese and pop it under the grill to toast.


  1. I've never heard of adding cream to corned beef hash but it looks delicious!

  2. Marie that hash does look yummy!

  3. Que sabroso se ve este plato, madre mía. Saludos

  4. If that is lazy it looks really tasty.

  5. What a great quick meal! I haven't made hash in a while!
    xoxo Pattie

  6. I love corned beef and we haven't had this in a looong time. Thanks for the reminder of all things good!

  7. Wow, this recipe is opening a whole new world to me. I have never added horseradish or cream and I have never baked it. Thanks for sharing this great idea. I already love corned beef and hash, but this really takes it to the next level.

  8. Perfectly perfect, dear friend--as always! LOVE corn beef hash--and baked all together sounds even better! Love that you put eggs on top, too--yum!

    Hope you're doing well...lots of love sent your way!


  9. Just made this on Sunday, it was fantastic fresh out of the oven.

    Reheated at work a few days later, however, the cream had vanished and the end product unfortunately resembled a dog's breakfast.

  10. There is a nice twist here. I have never tried putting cream in this dish. I have to try this one. Thanks.

  11. I haven't made corned beef hash for years Marie.....this has really made me want to make it again now!
    Pat x

  12. I hope you like it Pat. We really do. It's one of Todd's favourites! I am sure Pete will like it too!

  13. I made this for our breakfast this morning. The cream and horseradish were new for me and turned out better than my old standard hash recipe. Another keeper! Marie, thank you so much for all your fabulous recipes and cooking tips. Love you, Mary Ann

    1. Thanks so much Mary Ann! I am so pleased you tried and loved this! Love you too! xoxo


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