Making roast beef hash is an excellent way to use up leftovers. While all roast beef hash recipes may differ when it comes to some ingredients, it's safe to assume that the majority of all roast beef hash recipes cannot be complete unless one or two eggs-over easy, please-are laid across the top of the plate seconds before the dish is served.
Making Roast Beef Hash
There are two essential ways to make roast beef hash: Use a meat grinder and grind all of the ingredients together, or use a knife and chop until all ingredients have been chopped into miniscule bits. Both methods work, but using a meat grinder is a whole lot faster.
Roast beef hash can be spicy or mild. To make spicy hash, sprinkle in about one tablespoon of crushed red pepper flakes or about the same amount of hot sauce. If you're looking for a bigger kick, chop up half a jalapeno, but don't grind it into the hash, or you may burn your sinuses. If grinding the hash, grind it first, and then add the chopped jalapeno.
Roast Beef Hash Recipe
Ingredients You Will Need:
1 pound leftover cooked roast beef
1 large onion
Salt and pepper
3 medium potatoes
1 tablespoon olive oil
½ clove garlic, minced
½ small jalapeno, chopped and added after grinding (optional)
2 eggs, sunny side up
To make this dish in one pan, first make sure all of the ingredients are ground up together, except the eggs. Add the olive oil to a large skillet, and add the ground-up ingredients. Fry for about 10 minutes per side. When the hash is almost done, move it to one side of the pan and crack two eggs into the other side. Cook the eggs sunny-side-up, and scoop the hash and eggs onto two plates. Serve with hot sauce and ketchup.
Corned beef is a trimmed brisket or cut of beef round that has been preserved by brining with salt and spices. It is raw and must be cooked to produce the tender, sweet meat that is so sumptuous. This New England treat was once cured with corn-kernel-sized salt crystals before refrigeration was available.
Corn beef or Pastrami? Have you even wondered what corn beef or Pastrami is and how it is made?