Corned beef hash is a hearty meal dating back to the early days of Ireland. Originally named for the process of preserving meat by submerging it in dry corn, the meal remains a constant staple of the Irish and American diet. Many corned beef hash recipes alter the flavour and tenderness of the meal to suit your preference. Making corned beef hash crispy requires a few simple steps and is accomplished in no time.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Oven gloves
- Corned beef
- Boiled potatoes
- Olive oil
- Evaporated milk
- Shallow ovenproof pan
Pre-heat the oven or grill as specified by the recipe.
Mix your corned beef recipe together. Rub olive oil over the beef to help it sizzle. Add other ingredients -- onions, potatoes, ketchup and/or oil, for example -- as determined by the recipe. Place contents of the recipe -- along with the corned beef -- into a shallow oven-safe pan if you are cooking the meat alongside vegetables. Insert and sit the pan into the oven on either the middle or low rack. Place the meat onto the direct heat rack if cooking the beef alone and on the grill.
Increase the initial preheat temperature -- as specified by the recipe -- on your oven or grill during the final 20 minutes of cooking. Turn the heat up to 191 degrees Celsius if the recipe calls for a temperature of 148C, for example. Adding heat to the cooking process will induce crispiness without overcooking.
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