5 Reviews

i love fried potatoes and always save some type of beef to add to it.... i have never baked the hash first and then fried it but this turned out excellent! i added a little garlic and pepper sauce for kick.... this will be a standard lunch item for me! thanks lennie!

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kimbearly March 18, 2003

I will have to try this again, following the directions more closely. I didn't bake it, but just made it in a skillet on the stovetop - and it was VERY wet. I poured off over a cup of liquid once the potatoes were tender, but it never crisped up. It was very tasty (I added a minced garlic clove, a diced green bell pepper and some leftover Brussels sprouts which had been roasted with bacon), but was pretty mushy.

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DrGaellon March 04, 2012

EXCELLENT have made this a couple of times and am cooking a 1 1/2 pound ribeye tonight so we will have some left-over ribeye with some left-over beef brisket to make hash tomorrow

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D J December 16, 2010

I took the liberty of adding some left over veggies for added color. Lovely way to use left over roast & veggies. Very tasty The egg really adds extra flavor . I did not do it in the oven only stove top and no stock - I cooked the egg on top of the hash with a lid on. Thanks for posting

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Bergy April 23, 2009

Was good; however, I don't think baking was necessary. I'll stick to pan frying and no beef stock.

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Caroline Cooks September 18, 2007
Walt Disney's Roast Beef Hash