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Corned Beef Hash

AuthorNinja R.
RatingDifficultyIntermediate

This corned beef hash recipe is a comfort food for your family. Really tasty !

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Corned Beef Hash

Yields1 Serving
Prep Time15 minsCook Time30 minsTotal Time45 mins

 Pan of peeled potatoes Cut to a medium size
 2 Cans of Corned BeefCut the corned beef into cubes around 5-10cm
 2 OnionsMedium sized
 2 Red or Green Peppers
 1 Can of Baked Beans
 200 g Mature Cheddar
 1 tbsp Oil
 Knob of ButterFor the mashed potato (optional)
 Salt & PepperTo your taste

1

Chop your potatoes and place them inside the pot within the crisper basket (or a steamer basket if you would prefer). Add 300ml hot water into the pot.
Pressure cook on high for 6 minutes. Quick release the steam when done

Potatoes

2

Put the potatoes into a bowl/pan ready for mashing. Empty the Foodi pot ready to create the corned beef base

3

Add the oil to the pot and turn the saute/sear function on Medium/High. Add the peppers and onions. Let them soften but not brown. This will take approx 8 -10 mins. Stir regularly

4

While you are waiting for the onions/pepper to soften mash the potatoes with some butter if you like and add salt and pepper to your taste. Do not mash the potatoes super smooth, it is better if there is a bit of texture to them

5

When the onions/peppers are ready add in the corned beef and stir through gently with a wooden spoon or spatula. Do not let it become too mushy. Let this cook for approx 2-3 minutes while you continue to gently stir it through.

6

Turn off the Saute/Sear function.
Now add the can of beans evenly across the top
I like to sprinkle some black pepper over the beans

7

Spoon on the mashed potato

8

Top it with the grated cheese

9

Now select the bake/roast function at 190 C for 15 minutes

If the top is not crispy enough for you select Grill and grill until it is crispy enough to your taste. Now you are ready to serve

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Ingredients

 Pan of peeled potatoes Cut to a medium size
 2 Cans of Corned BeefCut the corned beef into cubes around 5-10cm
 2 OnionsMedium sized
 2 Red or Green Peppers
 1 Can of Baked Beans
 200 g Mature Cheddar
 1 tbsp Oil
 Knob of ButterFor the mashed potato (optional)
 Salt & PepperTo your taste

Directions

1

Chop your potatoes and place them inside the pot within the crisper basket (or a steamer basket if you would prefer). Add 300ml hot water into the pot.
Pressure cook on high for 6 minutes. Quick release the steam when done

Potatoes

2

Put the potatoes into a bowl/pan ready for mashing. Empty the Foodi pot ready to create the corned beef base

3

Add the oil to the pot and turn the saute/sear function on Medium/High. Add the peppers and onions. Let them soften but not brown. This will take approx 8 -10 mins. Stir regularly

4

While you are waiting for the onions/pepper to soften mash the potatoes with some butter if you like and add salt and pepper to your taste. Do not mash the potatoes super smooth, it is better if there is a bit of texture to them

5

When the onions/peppers are ready add in the corned beef and stir through gently with a wooden spoon or spatula. Do not let it become too mushy. Let this cook for approx 2-3 minutes while you continue to gently stir it through.

6

Turn off the Saute/Sear function.
Now add the can of beans evenly across the top
I like to sprinkle some black pepper over the beans

7

Spoon on the mashed potato

8

Top it with the grated cheese

9

Now select the bake/roast function at 190 C for 15 minutes

If the top is not crispy enough for you select Grill and grill until it is crispy enough to your taste. Now you are ready to serve

Corned Beef Hash

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