Could Not Be Easier Corned Beef Hash

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Corned beef is an old Irish food and this dish could not be easier corned beef hash is just as easy as the recipe title suggests. It pulls together some basic food groups to create a warm, filling and very nutritious meal for your family. Corned beef was an Irish export during the 19th century, and so became associated with that country. However, England also made a corned beef, and likely other countries did as well. Corned beef is just a meat that has been preserved using salt. It is a centuries old method of preserving meats and goes back at least one thousand or more years. Today, we sometimes look down on corned beef as a lesser meat, but this is not the case. Although it might be higher in sodium than some foods, this is comfort food at its best.

This recipe comes together quite quickly and uses only a handful of ingredients. Its flavor is found in the rich co-mingling of meat, potatoes and cabbage. For northern Europeans, this is probably a most favored combination of tastes. It is not strictly speaking an Irish tradition to put cabbage in a dish, but the corned beef and potatoes are certainly in that tradition. Cabbage is a wonderful food to learn to love and helps support good health. It has cholesterol lowering properties, cancer prevention properties and other benefits to support and promote our good health.

Make this dish when your family needs some filling and nutritious food after a long day of school, work, and generally dealing with the stresses of life. Put a dark green beside it, like green beans lightly steamed and served with olive oil and lemon, and you will have a meal that is sure to become one your family asks for time and again.

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