Roast or Corned Beef Hash Recipes
two free beef hash recipes.
Beef Hash Recipe 1
Chop rather finely cold roast beef or pieces of beefsteak, also chop twice as much cold boiled potatoes. Put over the fire a stew pan or frying pan, in which put a piece of butter as large as required to season it well, add pepper and salt, moisten with beef gravy if you have it, if not, with hot water; cover and let it steam and heat through thoroughly, stirring occasionally, so that the ingredients be evenly distributed, and to keep the hash from sticking to the bottom of the pan. When done it should not be at all watery, nor yet dry, but have enough adhesiveness to stand well on a dish or buttered toast. Many like the flavor of onion; if so, fry two or three slices in the butter prior to adding the hash. Corned beef makes wonderful hash.
Beef Hash Recipe 2
Chop cold roast beef, or pieces of beefsteak; fry ½ an onion in a piece of butter; when the onion is brown, add the chopped beef; season with a bit of salt and pepper; moisten with the beef gravy, if you have any, if not, with enough water and a bit of butter; cook long enough to be hot, but no longer, as much cooking toughens the meat. A wonderful breakfast dish.
Some prefer to let a crust form on the bottom and turn the hash brown side uppermost. Beef hash is served with poached eggs on top.