The Crazy Kitchen: Princes Corned Beef Hash Hotpot

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Saturday, 17 October 2015

Princes Corned Beef Hash Hotpot

Inspired by a corned beef hash made by a housemate from Lancashire back in the 90's, this version is flavoured by brown sauce, and topped with crispy sliced potatoes. It's a simple one pot dish that's now a firm favourite in The Crazy Kitchen.

Corned Beef Hash Hotpot

Corned Beef Hash Hotpot - serves 2-4

340g Princes Corned Beef
750g potatoes, peeled & boiled
400g baked beans
100ml beef stock
4 tbsp brown sauce
  • Slice the corned beef into 8-10 slices
  • Slice the potatoes into slices approx 1cm thick
  • Mix the baked beans with the stock and brown sauce
  • In an ovenproof dish, layer the ingredients, starting with half of the Princes corned beef
  • Pour over half of the baked bean mixture
  • Lay half of the potato slices in the dish next
  • Add the remaining slices of corned beef, then the remaining baked bean mixture
  • Finally, top with the remaining slices of potato
  • Bake in a preheated 180C oven for approximately 45 minutes, until the potato is golden brown and crispy

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recipe commissioned by Princes

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