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Classic Corned Beef Hash

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Nothing says Sunday Brunch more than buttery potatoes cooked up in Corned Beef Hash served with eggs. This hash is easy to make with leftovers from my Traditional Corned Beef and Cabbage recipe. In fact, this is one of the main reasons why I make corned beef. I cook up extra corned beef and freeze it in 2 cup portions so I can easily make this delicious hash all year around. It’s a total cheat day recipe loaded with carbs, butter, and cheese. YUM!

When I was growing up corned beef hash was a staple in many diners and I loved it dearly. Now that I live in Florida, you can never find it on the menu. That’s okay though, because this recipe rivals anything you can get in a can or in most breakfast joints. The fresh peppers and onions add a pop of color to the dish. Give my Corned Beef Hash a try! Please let  me know what you think below in the comments section.

 


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Rocking Rueben Dip

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Rocking Rueben Dip is one of my absolute favorite things to make with leftover corned beef. I always make extra corned beef just so I can make this dip. It is a special request of friends and family who love it as well. I just know you will love it too! It’s easy! It’s cheesy! It’s fully of yummy Rueben flavor and it can be made ahead of time and kept warm in a crock-pot. It’s great for parties. In fact, I am already planning on bringing this dip to my friend’s egg dyeing party this month.

Give this Rueben Dip a try!


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