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    Posted: 02 Sepeptember 2013 at 07:46
I had two big brisket in a brine for the last 3 weeks. this weekend i smoked one and divided the other in two .
one gone in to the fridge for emergency . one i made cocked corn beef . the plan was to slice it for sammis but i over  cooked it and it fell apart.
i decided to do hash corn beef .
 it was so good that my wife ordered for next week again .
this is  what i did.
fried onion
added salt ,pepper .garlic.
added the beef and fried with the onion.
pre boiled the potatoes and cubed them.
added to the meat and allowed it to burn a bit.

any advice to improve it.







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Ahron,

Gorgeous brisket !!!

Thanks for posting ...

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That is about as good as it gets, right there, Ahron - wonderful!
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I could get behind a plate of that.
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Looks great Ahron!

Corn Beef hash - caused by the exact same accident - is a huge favorite here.

My tip is...
If you used carrots and celery in the cooking water (which it looks like you did) strain a few off ( maybe say 1/2 to 2/3 cup), chop them up medium to small dice, and add them to the hash at the same time as the potatoes. A few peas are nice too.

I also make corn beef fritters which are excellent lunch box fillers.
I don't believe I really have a recipe, it is one of those 'some-of-this' and a 'bit-of-that' mixtures, so what follows is a best guess to quantify what normally I use my 'eye-ometer' to gauge.LOL

Anne's Corn Beef Fritters

  • 1 Cup All Purpose flour
  • 1 tsp Baking Powder
  • 1 egg lightly whisked
  • milk to mix - add enough milk to create a batter the consistency of thick cream.
  • 1/4 teaspoon of salt.
  • Black pepper to taste
  • 1 cup chopped/ shredded corn beef
  • 1/4c finely chopped onion - lightly sweated
  • 1/4c Finely chopped red capsicum
  • 1/2 can drained whole kernel corn or fresh if in season.
  • 1/2 tsp dried mixed herbs to taste
Make the batter first then stir in the rest of the ingredients, melt a little butter in a large skillet heated to a medium heat, pour 8 - 10cm fritters and fry until the first bubble bursts, flip and finish cooking.

Serve warm with tomato relish.

Like I said I  guess this mix, and it varies according to what is in the fridge. If there are any left over I store in an airtight container in the fridge and use for school lunches the next day.

Actually Corn Beef fritters have an interesting history, not dissimilar to Spam.

Here is a link to a blog-site that has a number of WWII Recipes, its an amusing Blog too.


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Effigy, I love the sound of those corned beef fritters!  Excellent idea!!!

  Ahron...the corned beef hash looks amazing.  Corned beef is one of my favorite things, but I try not to eat it too much.  I love slow smoking it too...yum!
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Yer killin' me here, Ahron. Good looking hash!

Only thing missing is a couple of poached eggs on top.

Ann, I love the sound of those fritters. Definitely on my to-do list.
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Great looking hash there AhronClap

My favorite part of making corned beef is the leftovers so I can have colcannon and also hash.
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