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Corned Beef Hash


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Rating: 5
by: Brian Reviewed: 03/12/2012
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Anyone actually make this recipe as written? I thought this was a Reviews section, not Comments.
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Rating: 4
by: Kevin Reviewed: 10/30/2011
Microwave, Bacon, and Measuring Portions?
This is a basic version of Corned Beef Hash and is great for a quick Sunday morning feast as it is hearty and feeds many. The tastes work well together as they are simple and to the point. Microwaves have no place in this world except for popcorn and maybe hot dogs. Bacon dude? seriously? Measuring portions is not for corned beef hash, it is for people who actually want to lose weight. This is a stick your fork in meal, poached eggs are the only compliment to it.
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Rating: 4
by: Josie Reviewed: 10/26/2011
Low Fat Corned Beef Hash & Eggs!
This recipe sounds great except I would weigh the potatoes so each of 4 servings would get 3 ounces. The previous reviewer missed the point of this recipe by suggesting bacon be added!
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Rating: 1
by: Cindy Reviewed: 10/26/2011
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Rating: 3
by: Jerr Reviewed: 10/26/2011
Sounds good/ Why not canned Corned Beef
Probably good but who buys that little store bought corned beef. Used the canned one,. Add what you want in extras, onion,. garlic. Peppers, what ever... Put over a fried egg(sunny side up vs messy poached) and some bacon and /or Sausage.. Sounds like an easlier and just as good and better than HJ's Breakfast,
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Rating: 3
by: Stephen, CA Reviewed: 10/25/2011
Let's Make This Easier
After cubing the potato, add a little olive oil & gentle stir to coat the cubes. Then microwave the cubes until done. THEN add them to the pan to brown & crisp the outsides. This note only saves time, but provides for more even browning of the potatoes and generally helps the onions from becomming over cooked. An excellent editon is sliced carrots, sliced on an angle. Prep as for the potatoes. If you want to add mushrooms, add them before the onions to allow time for the moisture to cook off
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Rating: 4
by: Gottfried, TX Reviewed: 09/23/2010
Corned Beef Hash
Sounds grate, I would take a small onion, some green onions and some mushrooms. Chopped bacon and 1 garlic are able to give more taste.
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