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Corned beef leftovers are a lucky thing

Corned beef leftovers are a lucky thing

Corned Beef Hash for St. Patrick’s Day

Corned Beef gets a second life (or even better) with Corned Beef Hash, a hearty breakfast that’ll have you jigging. This traditional corned meat hash, which combines skillet-fried potatoes with leftover corned brisket and egg, is a fun mix of delicious flavors.

corned beef hash with three eggs in a skillet

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Whether you have Corned Beef and Cabbage leftovers from your St. Patrick’s Day festivities, or just want to make a hash (you can buy cooked corned beef from the deli counter!Corned Beef Hash is simple, delicious, and filling.

The dynamic trio of cabbage, potatoes, and corned beef is One Pan Cabbage and Sausage Recipe and Slow Cooker Sausage, Cabbage, and Potatoes.

Serve corned beef hash or any of these other St. Patrick’s Day recipes with a side of Irish Soda Bread and a drink of Whiskey Smash, and you’ll be seeing green.

the best crispy corned beef hash in a skillet

Corned beef hash origins

Although corned beef hash is traditionally thought to be English, hashes have been used for centuries to recycle bits of meat or vegetables.

The world “hash” comes from the French word “hacher,” which means…

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