"This recipe is a mashup of several really good corned beef hash recipes I've had over the years. Interestingly, corned beef hash is not an Irish dish but an Irish-American one. Corned beef has been made by the Irish for centuries but mainly for export by the British landowners. It was not eaten by the traditional folk of the Island due to high cost until they emigrated to American and found corned beef to be cheaper than bacon. The corned beef replaced bacon in hash recipes around this time. The cheap cost of corned beef also made the New England Boiled Dinner, consisting of corned beef, cabbage, and root vegetables such as carrots, turnips, and potatoes, extremely popular across New England and Atlantic Canada."
Serving Size: 1 (43 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8