Friday, 29 March 2013

Store Cupboard Corned Beef Hash

Corned beef hash is an easy, tasty store cupboard dinner. Mum used to mix the corned beef up with mashed potato and cabbage but nowadays I tend to make it saucy with veggies. In this recipe I've used lots of tins as it was a store cupboard eat up day but any veg can be used, be it fresh, frozen or tinned.



Ingredients:

1x Tin of corned beef
1x Tin of tomatoes
1x Tin of peas
1x Tin of sweetcorn
1x Tin of baked beans
1x Onion, diced
2x Carrots, diced
1x Garlic clove, peeled and chopped
1x beef stock cube
Chilli powder
Corriander powder
Cumin
Dried mixed herbs
Balsamic vinegar



Method:

1. Sweat off the onion in a large pan or wok.
2. Add carrots to the wok.
3. Add the dry spices and garlic, cook for a minute.
3. Add the tomatoes.
4. Chop the corned beef and add to pan.
5. Add the peas, sweetcorn and baked beans.
6. Add a teaspoon each of chilli powder, corriander, cumin and herbs.
7. Taste and season with salt, pepper and balsamic vinegar. You might want to add the crumbled stock cube if it needs it.
8. Serve with anything. Mashed potato, chips, wedges, rice, pasta, noodles, shredded cabbage, the list is endless.

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