This incredible slow cooker corned beef hash is the perfect all in one dish. It has amazing chunks of potato, beef, and onion. It’s also got some delicious herbs such as thyme and parsley.
Personally, I prefer to use fresh corned beef, so I usually make some the day before in the slow cooker. However, if you don’t mind then the tinned meat works just as well so feel free to pick whatever best suits your needs. You can find tinned corned beef at pretty much any good supermarket or even online at places like Amazon.
If you want to have some eggs with this then simply fry or poach some just before you go to serve the food. I would avoid adding the eggs directly into the slow cooker as they will likely overcook and not be very nice.
The leftovers of this will reheat nicely so make sure you keep them, just store in the fridge until required then heat in the microwave or a preheated oven. If you prefer, you can also freeze the leftovers and simply reheat when you need them.
There are so many variations that you’re able to do with this recipe. If you have a variation that you would like to share, then be sure to leave a comment below. I love to see what amazing combinations that people can come up with.
Slow Cooker Corned Beef Hash Recipe
- 1kg (2 lb) corned beef, cubed
- 2 Tbsp. butter, cubed
- 5 Potatoes, peeled & cubed
- 1 onion, chopped
- 1 Tbsp. parsley, chopped
- ½ tsp. thyme, dried
- 1 Tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
- ½ cup beef stock
- Salt & Pepper
- Place the corned beef, potatoes, parsley, thyme and the onion into the slow cooker. Mix together.
- Add the butter, Worcestershire sauce and beef stock over the top of the corned beef mix.
- Cook on low for 6-8 hours or on high for 4 hours.
- Season with salt & pepper.
- Serve & Enjoy
- If you’re running low on time, then you can skip peeling the potatoes. However, make sure you wash them to make sure there isn’t any dirt left on them.
- There are a ton of variations that you can do for this recipe such as adding baked beans or tinned crushed tomatoes. Just remember the more fluid you add, the more “stew-like” this dish will become.
- Personally, I prefer to use fresh parsley for this dish, but you can use dried if you don’t have any available. You don’t need to adjust the amount, just substitute with the chosen type of parsley.
Potatoes, corned beef, and butter are probably not the best things to be eating if you’re trying to stick to a healthy diet. If you want to know how much of an impact this delicious dish will have on your diet, then be sure to check out the nutritional information below.