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make wells in the center of the hash and break uncooked eggs into it cover and steam the eggs to the desired doneness

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Dienia B. March 07, 2005

I have been making corned beef hash for years but have never made it with the addition of beets. It was very tasty. I served these with Sourdough Whole Wheat Biscuits and topped with Microwave Poached Eggs. Low in fat and sodium not a chance but it is okay to be naughty once in awhile. Thanks for a great brunch.

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PaulaG October 15, 2006

My husband said this is the best corned beef hash he has ever eaten! In fact, he ate it so fast I didn't even get a picture! I used veg. oil in place of the lard. Thanks Edith!

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Sharon123 June 16, 2005
Red Flannel Hash