Corned beef and cabbage is the St. Patrick’s Day staple. Growing up in an Irish family, this was always our tradition every St. Paddy’s Day. But what to do with the leftovers? You could eat it every day for the next three days or you could make corned beef hash. You should make corned beef hash and eggs.
What is Corned Beef Hash?
Corned beef hash and eggs is the perfect Irish-inspired brunch entrée to serve up with an Irish coffee or Guinness. Crispy sauteed potatoes mixed with chopped corned beef, carrots, onions, and lots of spices. But my favorite addition? Gooey, runny eggs over easy. Corned beef hash is basically crispy home fry potatoes with chunks of savory corned beef mixed in.
My mom is the corned beef expert. She taught me how to make this a few years ago and I’ve been making it ever since with my own personal spin.
How to Make Corned Beef Hash and Eggs
We use eye of round corned beef. It’s leaner and doesn’t have a layer of fat around the outside like the alternate cuts. I combine leftover corned beef cut into small bite sized pieces along with chopped carrots and potatoes and fry in a skillet with onions, olive oil, garlic powder, paprika, salt and pepper.
The best part is the baked egg on top. Once you’re done making the hash, simply break four eggs over the hash and bake for 10 minutes for perfectly gooey egg yolks.
I really love corned beef, but honestly I look forward to making hash EVERY year after Saint Paddy’s Day more than ANYTHING.Print
- 2–3 cups potatoes, precooked and diced
- 2 cups corned beef, precooked and diced
- 1 cup carrots, precooked and diced
- 1 small red onion, diced
- 4 eggs
- 2–3 tablespoons, olive oil
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1/2 teaspoon paprika
- Salt and pepper to taste
- garnish with fresh or flaked parsley
- Preheat oven to 350° F.
- Heat 2 tablespoons of oil on medium heat in a 12 inch cast iron skillet. Add onions, let simmer for 1 minute. Add potatoes, corned beef, carrots and spices. Let saute until potatoes are golden and begin to crisp, about 10 minutes. Season liberally with salt and pepper.
- create four small wells in the hash using the back of a spoon. Crack the eggs into the wells and bake for 10 minutes or until eggs reach desired level of doneness. 10 minutes will render runny yokes.
This recipe is intended to be made with previously cooked corned beef, potatoes and carrots leftover from Saint Patrick’s Day!