Recipe by Amy
"This creamy corned beef recipe is easily transformed into a delicious appetizer when served on toast triangles or used as a dip for bread sticks and cheeses. The amount of beef may be doubled."
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1 1/2 cups
this is always a great comfort meal, from breakfast to dinner! the only thing I do different is to lightly brown the corned beef in a little oil, then remove it from the skillet and then follow the the recipe, browning the beef brings the flavor out a little better!
My mother made this all the time when I was young. I put a small amount of oil in the skillet and crumble up the canned corned beef and chopped onion and let it brown a little then add the flour, cooking it just a bit and then and the milk making a thick gravy that is great over baked potatoes or cooked cabbage. If your family is like mine and don't like the texture of onions cheat by grating the onion or use minced onions in the recipe.
omg!! this is the best!! this is like the pate my grandmother-in-law makes every sunday dinner!!! thank you... tip: give it like 3-5 mins (while stirring)to thicken the sauce at the right consistency before you add the corn beef.
My Mom made this a lot growing up, but we added pepper and ate it on open faced toast. She called it Chipped Beef on Toast, Dad said in the military it's called "SOS" for Sh** On a Shingle.... Whatever it's called, it's good! I like to also use a package of ham lunch meat instead of the corned beef. It's great for brunch or breakfast too! : )
simple and good meal for the those times when you can't think of any else to eat and you want to eat now
Amazing! I used left over corned beef that we had in the crock pot the day before and just chopped it up. I really cduldn't believe how good this was, and I am a very picky/particular cook. More flavor than expected and no modifications needed.
I have to say I was VERY surprised at how tasty this turned out! I served them on open faced toast. The kids gobbled it down much faster then the roast it was leftover from.
Very good! Needed cornstarch, but I probably made it wrong.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Corned Beef on Toast
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 144
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