Corned Beef Potato Hash

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Corned Beef Hash

Leftover Corned Beef Potato Hash

Corned Beef Potato Hash With Avocado, Homemade Tomato Relish, and Fresh Thyme

Corned Beef Hash Ingredients

I love corned beef and potatoes. I remember as a child my mom would make this dish. Sometimes there would be leftovers and mum would make leftover corned beef hash, it was awesome! All those food memories from when I was a child has influenced the way I cook today.

Leftover corned beef and potato hash are one of those dishes, I can’t get it to taste as good as what mum did. However, it’s pretty close and my sons love it, I’m influencing the next generation of cooks, no dought when they get older they will cook this dish for their families.

If you’ve ever been left with corned beef and potatoes, this blog post is for you! I find that a lot of people don’t know what to do with their leftover corned beef and potatoes, so I thought it would be helpful to share my recipe for making corn beef and potato hash.

Corned beef is a great dish to make when you have people coming over. The leftovers can be used in so many different ways. This recipe is perfect for a hearty breakfast, brunch, or lunch, this meal is simple to make and tastes delicious.

You can also add any other vegetables you might have on hand too! I added sautéed red onions, the garnish is avocado, and homemade tomato relish that my mother made. One of my favorites is this corned beef potato hash recipe I created from leftover corned beef, this is a traditional corned beef hash recipe.

Leftover Corned Beef and Potatoes
Leftover Corned Beef and Potatoes

Is there a difference between corned beef and corned beef hash?

Yes, there is a big difference between corned beef and corned beef hash.
Corned beef is a type of brisket that has been brined in a seasoned solution.

Corned beef hash is made from potatoes, and onions usually include the leftovers from the cooked corned beef.

What Can I Do With Leftover Corned Beef?

Leftover corned beef is versatile that can be used in a variety of dishes. You can make a classic sandwich like a Reuben, or use it in a delicious salad with a vibrant dressing, or you could make corn beef potato hash.

Whatever you choose to do with your leftover corned beef, be sure to enjoy and don’t waste it.

Homemade Tomato Relish

One of my favorite ways to enjoy tomatoes is in homemade tomato relish, which can be eaten as a condiment with sandwiches or the topping on your meal. There are many different types of tomato relishes, but the one I love is what my mum makes, it is a family recipe.

My mum’s recipe relies on fresh ingredients rather than processed ones. This recipe has been passed down through generations because it’s simple yet delicious! Homemade tomato relish is our family recipe, mum always gives me a jar or two, we love it! The authentic taste from home!

Homemade Tomato Relish
Mums Homemade Tomato Relish

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Seasoning Food

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Corned Beef Potato Hash

Leftover Corned Beef Potato Hash

Corned Beef Potato Hash With Avocado, Homemade TomatoRelish, and Fresh Thyme
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Course Breakfast, Brunch
Cuisine English
Servings 2 People
Calories 573 kcal


Corned Beef Potato Hash

  • Corned beef - leftovers
  • Potatoes - leftovers
  • ½ each Onion - red
  • Freshly cracked black pepper


  • 1 each Avocado
  • 2 tbsp Tomato relish - homemade
  • sprigs Thyme fresh


Making The Corned Beef Potato Hash

  • Dice the leftover corned beef and red onions
    Diced Corned Beef and Red Onion
  • Sautée the red onions until translucent.
    Sautéed Red Onions
  • Place the corned beef, cooked onions, and potatoes into a bowl, add freshly cracked black pepper, mix well to combine everything together.
    Potato, Corned Beef and Red Onion
  • If you have a steel ring place it into a hot pan and force the corned beef and potato hash into the ring, remove the ring and do the second one.
    If you don't have a steel ring that ok, just press the hash into the pan.
    Pressed Corned Beef Hash
  • Cook on each side for 5 minutes or until golden brown. Try and only turn them once or they will start to fall apart.
    Cooking Corned Beef Hash


  • Carefully place the cooked corned beef and potato hash onto a warm plate.
    Core peel and slice the avocado, fan it across the top of the hash, spoon over some of your favorite chuntney or relish.
    Corned Beef Potato Hash
Keywords Avocado, Brunch, Corned Beef Hash, Homemade Tomato Relish

Serving Size: 200g Corned Beef Hash, Fresh Avocado, Homemade Tomato Relish.
Calories 573 | Total Fat 37.2 g | Carbohydrates 41.1 g | Fiber 9.7 g | Protein 21.7 g | Iron 3.1 mg

Leftover Corned Beef and Potato Hash

My Enjoyment For Your Benefit And Value

I’ve shared with you how to make corned beef potato hash, creating these dishes for your enjoyment, I have fun doing it.

After cooking in manic fast pasted environments, cooking at home is relaxing and therapeutic.

If I can add value to your life, giving you ideas for breakfast, lunch, or dinner even children’s meals I will have achieved what I set out to do.

All the ingredients in this recipe you can find at your local whole foods or grocery store. I always try to use organic, free-range, or ethically farmed products, the traceability of the product is also important to me.

This usually has a story behind it that I can pass on to my family, friends, customers, and you. Salads with animal protein there are countless variations, all you need is imagination. Making this easy corned beef hash recipe is something you can do, try it today and I hope you enjoy cooking and eating it as much as we did.

I believe that recipes are worth nothing until you share them. Let me know how you got on with my leftover corned beef potato hash, leave your comments below and enjoy!

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