Breakfast Corned Beef Hash (Easy)

cornBeefHashThis is SOOO simple because you’re using regular canned corned beef hash. You can also use roast beef hash as well, the flavor is a little different but still good.

This makes a great breakfast meals, but a once in a while thing since this stuff is processed (not that healthy) and a little pricy for my taste.

This is also a comfort dish for me since this was a dish I used to make when I was a little kid in a casserole dish and microwave and I would make breakfast for the whole family with a side of rice and cup of orange juice. I’m a big kid now, so I know how to use a stove and I know how to add the flavors that I like.

Ingredients:

2 cans Corned Beef Hash

4 eggs

1 tsp minced garlic

1 T chopped green onions

Pepper to taste

Instructions:

In a large wok or pan with high sides, empty 2 cans of corned beef hash and cook on High heat for 10-15 minutes, stirring occasionally to make sure it doesn’t stick to the bottom. I like using a nice wok because it heats up quickly. Add your minced garlic.

When it is done cooking it will have a dark brown color and be slightly ‘flaky’ in texture. Reduce heat down and flatten corned beef hash with a spatula. Crack 4 eggs on the top of hash sprinkle with pepper and cover and let poach until eggs are white and solid.

Sprinkle with green onions, cut the corned beef hash into 4 pieces, one with each egg yolk and serve hot with either toast or brown rice.

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About eMarie

A typical stay@home mom who works with things around the house.
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