Our One-Pot Corned Beef Hash is an old classic British dish, a simple quick and easy recipe to cook when you haven't got any fresh meat in.
Canned Corned Beef, new potatoes, onions, and eggs, with a few extra basic storecupboard ingredients thrown in, you will have a true feast for the family in no time!
The best thing about this UK recipe, is how versatile it is. Can be served for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner!
Corned Beef Hash Ingredients?
Ingredients needed to make a corned beef hash. You will need an onion, garlic, paprika, worcestershire sauce, a tin of corned beef, new potatoes (or tinned potatoes), onions, and eggs.
Canned corned beef is cooked and ready to eat straight from the can. However, we think it tastes so much better when fried.
How to cook?
We will guide you through how to cook corned beef hash with our step by step recipe card. Check out the video below to see how easy it is and continue reading for more help.
First things first, if using new potatoes, cube them and steam or parboil them for 7 minutes. To save time use a can of potatoes, which will not need parboiling first.
In this case, we add garlic and paprika to the fried onions, followed by Worcestershire sauce.
Try experimenting with other flavourings instead. Such as fresh sliced chillies, mixed herbs or hot sauce?
Add par-cooked potatoes and a generous amount of salt & pepper into the dish
Mix potatoes and onions together, allowing to fry for a few minutes, before adding the tin of corned beef in.
Open the can of corned beef and cut into rough cubes. It is soft and crumbly so don't worry too much about neatness!
Use the back of a spatula to flatten the corned beef and potatoes together, after 6-8 minutes turn over in sections and flatten with the spatula again. Cook for a further 6-8 minutes.
When it comes to cooking the egg in a corned beef hash, you have two options, depending on if you like a runny or firm yolk? See below and cook to your prefered method.
Firm egg yolk
Make 4 well holes in the meat & potatoes, and crack an egg in each hole.
Place in the oven for 10 minutes to finish browning off the corned beef hash and to cook the egg.
All done perfectly cooked with a firm yolk and ready to serve!
Runny yolk egg
If you prefer egg with a runny yolk, you are better off frying your egg in a frying pan or poaching.
Once the corned beef hash is cooked, serve a fried egg up on top of the corned beef hash.
Wondering what to serve with corned beef hash? Well, this one-pot dish is a meal on its own. But if you wanted to make it feed more people, trying serving with baked beans.
Or have corned beef hash with some green vegetables, like cabbage, peas or broccoli?
A delicious quick British family meal enjoyed by the whole all, including the kids.
We used our trusty cast iron dish for this recipe, highly recommended. Due to its ability to be used straight from hob to oven, no messing!
If you are looking for more store cupboard favourites also check out our Sundried Tomato and roasted pepper pasta.
📖 Step by Step Recipe
One-Pot Corned Beef Hash
- 300 grams Potatoes You can use canned potatoes and skip parboil step.
- 1 tbsp Olive Oil
- 1 Onion Large onion diced
- 1 tsp Garlic Puree 2 cloves of garlic crushed
- 1 teaspoon Paprika
- 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
- 340 grams Canned Corned Beef 1x Tin of corned beef chopped into small cubes
- 4 Eggs
- Sprinkle of Parsley We used dried parsley to sprinkle on at the end!
- Salt & Pepper
- Preheat oven to 200°C/400FSteam or boil cubed potatoes for 7 minutes. (If using canned potatoes you will not need to parboil)Meanwhile, fry off your onions for about 5 minutes in oil until soft
- Add garlic, paprika and stir before adding Worcestershire sauce.
- Add parboiled potatoes and a generous amount of salt & pepper into the dish. Mix onions and potatoes together and fry for 3 minutes.
- Place cubes of corned beef on top. Push down flat with a spatula. Cook on a low- medium heat for 6-8 minutes, do not stir!
- Using a spatula flip over in 4-6 sections, flatten back down with a spatula. Cook for another 6-8 minutes on that side.
For Firm Yolked Eggs with Corned Beef Hash
- Turn off heat, make 4 wells in pan and crack eggs inside.
- Place pan in the oven for 10 minutes to crisp off the top and cook eggs.
- Serve up Corned Beef Hash, sprinkled with Parsley.
For Runny Yolked Eggs with Corned Beef Hash
- Place pan in the oven for 10 minutes to brown & crisp off the top. Meanwhile, fry/poach eggs in your desired way!?
This post was originally published on 24/03/2020 and has been modified on 10/01/2021 with updated step by steps, a new video and tips for creating the best one-pot Corned Beef Hash
History of Corned Beef Hash?
Corned Beef Hash dates back to the 14th Century in the UK, but it really kicked off as a good storecupboard meal during World War II.
Food was rationed, making it hard to find meat. So canned corned beef became a very handy source of protein.