Thursday, October 10, 2013

Ron’s Corned Beef Hash

Get ready for a treat, Dollinks, because this brunch recipe is delicious! When Ron’s cousin Nancy recently stayed overnight, Ron prepared this dish for breakfast. This is definitely one of my very favorite recipes! Be sure to see the Breaking News Note about our Anonymous Taste Testing Panel at the end of this post.

Ron’s Corned Beef Hash:

4 tbsp. butter or margarine, divided
½ c. onion, diced
3 c. frozen hash brown potatoes
One 12-oz. (340 g) can corned beef
6-to-8 whole eggs

You will need a skillet and an egg poacher for this recipe. Warm serving plates in oven at low heat. Melt 2 tbsp. butter or margarine in large skillet on medium heat. Add onion, frying until almost tender and translucent. Add frozen hash browns and remaining butter, combining well until onion is tender and hash browns start to crisp and become golden. Add entire can of corned beef, breaking into small chunks as it cooks. Heat through; cover and set aside. Poach eggs to desired consistency. Heap Corned Beef Hash onto warmed serving plates. Top with one or two poached eggs, serving immediately. Serves 4.

Typical package of South American corned beef: Use any brand

Corned Beef Hash with poached eggs

Gussy it up!

Cousin Nancy approved!

So did this highly trained member of our
Anonymous Taste Testing Panel. 

Breaking News Note: Many of you (OK, a reader in Sing-Sing and another in Folsom State) have asked me why our Anonymous Taste Tasting Panel is ... well, anonymous. If I told you, someone would have to kill me, but I was never any good at keeping secrets an-eee-way, so heres the scoop! The members of our Anonymous Taste Tasting Panel hide their identities because they’re enrolled in the Witness Protection Program. What qualifies them to be panel members? Each is intimately familiar with such culinary terms as “dough,” “beat,” “batter,” and “grill.” They also like to eat.

I’m grateful to the many Witness Protection Program members who have visited our home to rate my cooking over the past several months. With bags over their heads, their identities are unknown, even to Ron and me. The only person we actually know in the Witness Protection Program is Ron’s cousin, but we’ve promised that her secret is safe with us.

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