"Layered ingredients baked in the oven make for an easy, quick and tasty meal that's good for those long cold winter nights." — Wenchpie
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1 (14 ounce) can
1 (12 ounce) can
corned beef, chopped
shredded extra-sharp Cheddar cheese
I was looking for a way to use some left over beef brisket and mashed potatoes and found this great recipe. I sauteed some onion and green pepper to start then added the beef and baked beans. I used powder Worcestershire and 1/2 cup salsa and a touch of brown sugar to make get the beans just perfect then topped off the casserole with the mashed potatoes. I only had Monterrey jack cheese on hand and it worked great. It browned beautifully and tasted fabulous. I never would have thought to put beans and mashed potatoes in a casserole but it was great. Thanks!
This is NOT hash. It tastes okay, but is not hash. It's more like a beany shepard's pie. If you dislike corned beef, you'll like this recipe because it is nearly impossible to taste it because the bean flavor is so strong.
I'll stick with my traditional skillet hash.
Fantastic!! much better the day after you've cooked it! I also did not add any onions
Great recepie - my husband loved it their were no leftovers. thankyou!
loved this recipe. (so did my husband - the corned beef connoisseur! i added green peppers to it (to make it sliiiightly more healthy LOL) and they gave it a really nice flavor. recommended!
4 stars only because my picky 9 year old ate 2 helpings and no moaning! Fast and easy to put together but not something I will make again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Baked Corn Beef Hash
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 233
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