Diner Style Roast Beef Hash Recipe

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Diner Style Roast Beef Hash

Cassie *

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@1lovetocook1x

I found this recipe from the LA times, and most certainly is delicious. Growing up we always had the corned beef hash. I have to say I like this better.Diners always serve the best hash in my opinion..must be all that seasoning of their grills..try it you will like it.


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Serves:

6

Prep:

30 Min

Cook:

15 Min

Ingredients

1 1/4
cooked roast beef, sliced into chunks
1 lb
baking potatoes (about 2 large), cubed
1/2
red bell pepper, chopped
2 clove
garlic
1/2
jalapeño pepper, seeded
2 tsp
crushed red chile flakes
2 tsp
dried oregano
2 Tbsp
soy sauce
salt and pepper
olive oil

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Working in batches, combine equal portions of beef, potatoes, bell pepper, garlic and jalapeño in the bowl of a food processor and pulse briefly until the mixture is reduced to a coarse crumb. (This can also be done with a meat grinder.) Repeat until all ingredients have been chopped. Place the finished mixture in a large bowl. Sprinkle with chile flakes, oregano and soy sauce, and stir the mixture gently to combine.
2
Prepare the hash in batches: Drizzle olive oil into a large cast-iron pan until it just coats the surface of the pan, then heat the pan over medium heat. Spoon a batch of hash into the pan and spread it out to a thickness of one-half- to three-fourths-inch thick, covering the bottom of the skillet. Cook hash, stirring very little, until the bottom has crisped and browned, 6 to 8 minutes. Scrape the crusty bits from the bottom and turn the mixture to allow other parts to brown. Taste and season as desired with salt and pepper. Cook for an additional 5 to 8 minutes, until there are plenty of crispy bits, then turn again. Remove hash from skillet, and begin another batch.
3
Repeat until all the hash has been cooked. (You may keep the finished batches warm on a platter placed in a 300-degree oven as you work.) Serve alone with Tabasco or ketchup or garnished with a fried egg.

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