Kim's StoryI was searching for Irish recipes and found this on several different sites and it looked and sounded so good I came up with my own. They all had basic items in them each with a little twist, so here is my version.
Wow, what a rustic meal and I loved the fresh steamed beets in this hash. Next time, I will certainly add more than 3 to the dish. I will also add tomatoes too. I didn't have any or else they would have been in there. This is a beautiful dish and I would hestitate to serve it for breakfast, brunch or dinner.
Hope you enjoy my twist on Red Flannel Hash.
prosciutto or peppered bacon
cognac or you could use a marsala wine
3 - 4 medium
roma tomatoes, diced
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4 - 6 medium
red skinned potatoes, steamed and sliced
3 - 5 small
fresh beets, steamed and diced
4 - 6 medium
garlic powder or garlic cloves
sea salt & pepper to taste
chopped parsley for garnish
1I steamed my potatoes and then fried them in a pan with a little canola oil. I added the cayenne pepper to my browned and crispy home fries while in pan.
3Saute your onions, proscuitto and corned beef in 2 tbsp of butter till onions are cooked and meat has a nice brown on it and then add your tomatoes. Add your cognac and cook down.
4Add your potatoes and toss together. Season your dish accordingly with garlic salt, pepper and a little more cayenne if you like it spicy.
6Now if you are preparing this for breakfast or dinner and want to add eggs then you can cook them right on top of the hash as you see here. I like my eggs more over easy so I just put a lid on the hash and it cooked the egg perfectly.
About this Recipe
Terrie Hoelscher Blessed1 - Jan 31, 2012
What an awesome recipe! I can't wait to try this! I'll have to make it when Steve's out of town, cuz he won't eat beets. ha! But I will def. make this for myself. Thanks, Kim!
Kim Biegacki pistachyoo - Jan 31, 2012
Thanks Terri, hope you enjoy it. I love cooking with cognac ever since I tried several recipes here on JAP with it. It adds a wonderful flavor. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the beets in this recipe and it is so unique to serve for St. Patty's day and that is what I was looking for; something new.
Kim Biegacki pistachyoo - Feb 1, 2012
Stormy Stewart karlyn255 - Feb 1, 2012
Very interesting. The picture almost looked like strawberries