A few years ago, my sister in-law gave me a recipe book containing more than a hundred easy, everyday meals from the best of Good Housekeeping magazine. One of the very first recipes I tried was that of Corned Beef Hash Browns. This was an instant hit with my kids and has since become one of their favourites. Pictured below is the page from the book featuring the recipe.
As you can see, the patties were served like hamburgers, complete with tomatoes and lettuce in a bun. We have yet to eat it this way as I have always served the corned beef with rice. But it does look yummy, doesn't it? Looks ideal for school lunchboxes, too.
These are the corned beef hash browns I cooked earlier...
And here is the recipe, courtesy of Good Housekeeping...
Corned Beef Hash Browns (serves 4)
I cup cubed potatoes
1 can (210 grams) corned beef
1/4 cup cornstarch
In a skillet, brown potatoes, then drain. Transfer to a bowl and mix with corned beef, egg and cornstarch. Blend well. Heat oil in skillet. Form the mixture into patties and fry until done. Serve with rice or bread.