People who are scared of flying go on specially organised flights to help cure their fear. Those scared of spiders go to the zoo to meet tarantulas. I decided to make a dish out of corned beef to get over my tinned meat phobia.
The dish I made is Corned Beef Hash, the kinda thing people used to eat on camping trips huddled under tents in the rain. It is not the most elegant looking dish but is great comfort food…
- 1 tin of 340g corned beef
- About 700g of potatoes
- 2 medium onions
- 1 tin of chopped tomatoes
How to cook:
Preheat oven to 200° C
Boil the potatoes and mash
Chop the onions and saute in a little oil till soft. Add the tin of chopped tomatoes and simmer till reduced – about 20 or 30 minutes
Break the corned beef into small pieces and add to mashed potato. Then add the tomato mixture to the potatoes.
Transfer the potatoey-beefy mix to a small baking dish then serve.
You could grate some chedder cheese on top and put in the oven till it creates a tasty crust.
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