Cornedbeefhash is one of those comfort food dishes that's a relatively new staple in our diets. I've kept loyal to the potato and cornedbeef bit but shaken up the rest and this current edition is rather delicious if I do say so myself
Add the cornedbeef and break down with a spatula and fry until browned lightly. As part of my dabbling with the #FODMAP diet, adapting my current repertoire of recipes is proving to be a thorough mixture of highs and lows, or as the famous Foreigner song goes 'In my life there's been heartache and pain, I don't know if I can face it again, Can't stop now, I've travelled so far, to change this lonely life'
No amount of clever photos or photo props are going to make it look anywhere near as good as this delicious meal actually tastes so I’m just going to go with it and hope you try it so you can see for yourself that it tastes way better than it looks
As I had the cornedbeef and the potatoes in, I decided to make cornedbeefhash instead which is another favourite from when I was little and seeing as it turned out so nice, I thought I’d share my version of the recipe with you
You don't want it too smooth as the hash should be quite chunkyMix the spring onion and cornedbeef into the mashed potato, then spray a frying pan with some Frylight and heat it upAdd the potato mix to the hot pan and allow it to cook until the bottom has browned