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  1. Apologies if this is a silly question but what does ‘cook for 7mins on manual pressure’ mean? What button do you press for this on the PKP?

    1. Hi Amy

      That is not a silly question. Their are alot of different electric pressure cookers out there. We have not got one here but looking at the panel i would use the steam button and it should work fine 🙂

  2. 5 stars
    Oh my goodness, I have finally found the recipe that my mum and grandma taught me on the hob! I thought I was the only one that used tinned corned beef because all the other recipes I found used the US-style corned (salted) beef. Thank you for publishing this, can’t wait to try it out.

  3. 5 stars
    Yeah!
    This was a staple in our house growing up. Sometime for Sunday dinner we put a pie topping on it 😂
    Recipe works perfectly, I find one tin of corned beef enough and makes it super thrifty👍
    Having it tonight for tea.

  4. Additional…… We never had parsley with this, I’m not sure it would.work. Chuck in some frozen peas at the corned beef stage though. 👍

  5. 5 stars
    OMG… Thank you so much!

    The last time I ate this was more than 50 years ago when it was one of my (Belfast-born) Mum’s staple recipes to feed three of us hungry kids on an incredibly tight budget. She used to add corn from a shredded cob to bulk it up on the cheap (these were the days when canned sweetcorn was just so far in the future) to make the pennies last a little further.

    So, I had to cut the quantities down considerably (‘cos I live on my own)… and I added what was new to my Mum at the time… a large dash of Worcestershire sauce (then called Worcester Sauce… how the memories come flooding back) and a very small can of sweetcorn.

    It’s very weird how a recipe can transport you back 5 decades in time yet at the same time be one of the tastiest (and cheapest) Instant Pot recipes ever. Thank you for the idea, the implementation and the amazing result. Just pure sticky goodness! It reminds me of my Mum’s “I’m going to serve you what looks like pig slop… but, trust me, you are going to love it.”

    When she went overboard (playing with her new [at the time] pressure cooker [which exploded on the gas hob spectacularly and resulted in a kitchen refit]) and had leftovers, she used to fry patties of corned beef hash mixed with corn and mixed peppers for our Sunday breakfast. It’s all coming back to me. That’s going to be my next challenge! 🙂

    Wow… not just a memory blast… but a flavour bomb as well. And very cheap. I’ve just ordered more cans of corned beef… ‘cos this recipe is a keeper.

    1. Hi Rick,

      That is so wonderful to hear and i am 40 and grew up on corned beef hash too in the 80’s and it does bring back great memories. My Grandad always made the best patties in an old rusty frying pan that looked like it was 40 years old but tasted amazing 🙂

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