Eating outdoors is one of life's greatest pleasures. So next time you're camping with friends or family, or even just hanging out in your garden, why not get a campfire going and cook up this corned beef hash?
8th April 2020 | Words by Matt Jones @ WildBounds HQ
Corned beef hash
Looking for a recipe to use up those old tins hidden at the back of your cupboard? Rummage hard enough and you’re sure to find a tin of corned beef. This hearty hash is a warming meal to enjoy next to a roaring campfire.
1 tin of corned beef
2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
1 tbsp wholegrain mustard
300g waxy potatoes
2 eggs if you can get your hands on any!
Optional toppings: grated cheese and your favourite table sauce
Leaving the skin on, cut your potatoes into 1cm cubes and simmer in a pot of boiling water for 5 minutes, then drain.
Chop the corned beef into chunks of approximately 1cm.
Mix the Worcestershire sauce and mustard and pour over the corned beef in a bowl. Set aside to marinate and continue with meal prep.