1. 5 stars
    Wow, took me back to being a child in the 1950’s. Then essential, now comfort food. I have tried to find a recipe and have made many others not as good. Wonderful. A winner thanks.
    ps I didn’t fry the potatoes just sliced them in at the first stage.

  2. Hi. Thanks for the corned beef hash recipe. I assumed you would add some water but It can’t see any added. Is it just cooked in its own steam?

    1. Hi Doreen,

      No we did not use any water as our slow cooker at the time was quite new so the non stick was still intact so we knew it would not stick. If you have a older slow cooker then 100 ml of water in with the potatoes would be fine and the potatoes would soak up any liquid after cooking 🙂

  3. I also like the potato part of my Corned Beef Hash to be chuncky, what I refer to as ‘agricultural’, rather than a sort of mashed potato mixture.
    The one possible thing missing from this though are the crispy/burnt bits from the bottom of the Saucepan. I think I shal make this today but I think I will par boil the potatoes first, as I normally do and then finish up in the Slow Cooker the equivalent of your second stage. I will use the Instant Pot in Slow Cooker Mode and it may even give me that crispy finish cos my IP is a bit on the hot side for a slow cooker and I can always finish of with a short Sauté.

  4. I part boiled my potato chunks,carrots and parsnips, this lessens the cooking times somewhat, and left out the onions, until after the children have eaten some..

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recipe Rating