The Magnet Makes A Hash Of Tasty Tuesday

Good morning world and thanks for tuning in. I am pleased to welcome you to another Tasty Tuesday here on the Worlds Biggest Fridge Magnet so even if I was in a funk yesterday I am pleased to bring this new and made up recipe to you today.

So what have I made a hash of?

Well nothing and if I am being honest I have made yet another simply super dish that is not only tasty (handy considering the title) but also healthy with very little fat content and very warming on a cold winters night.

So what do I have for you today?

How does Minced Beef Hash sound?

Okay then, I’m glad you like it, lets show you how it’s done…

Ingredients:Β 

  1. 400gms of 5% Fat Lean Minced Beef.
  2. Soffritto.
  3. 2 small Chillies – finely chopped.
  4. 2 large Garlic Cloves – finely chopped.
  5. Cracked Black Pepper.
  6. Himalayan Pink Salt.
  7. Olive Oil.
  8. 150gms Closed Cup Mushrooms – finely sliced.
  9. 400gms Tin of Chopped Tomatoes.
  10. 350gms Miniature New Potatoes – sliced.
  11. Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce (others are available).
  12. Herbes de Provence.

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Start by pouring a slug of oil into a large pan and brining up to temperature.

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Whilst it comes up to temperature finely chop the Chillies and the Garlic.

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Put in the pan to lightly brown off whilst flavouring the oil.

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Add some Cracked Black Pepper.

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As this cooks, prepare the 5% Minced Beef.

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When the Garlic and Chillies look like so…..

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Add the Minced Beef.

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Break up as much as possible, lightly brown then place the lid on to cook through.

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As it browns add the Herbes de Provence.

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And a few slugs of the Worcestershire Sauce.

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Allow it a few minutes to infuse then add the Soffritto.

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And some Himalayan Pink Salt.

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Again allow it to cook a little before adding 150gms of sliced Mushrooms.

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Mix in well and place the lid on the pan.

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Once the Mushrooms have reduced down, take the chopped Baby Potatoes and add in.

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Stirring in well.

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Before adding the Chopped Tomatoes.

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And stirring in well.

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Place the lid back on and put on a very low heat for about 40 minutes or so.

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You will know it’s ready because the Potatoes will be soft.

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Serve a Bariatric portion and prepare to enjoy.

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Eh, Voila!

So there you have it, a very simple and easy to make recipe that is healthy and hearty and above all warming. Give it a go yourself, it is worth it for the final result!

‘Till tomorrow,

Stay out of the fridge

38 thoughts on “The Magnet Makes A Hash Of Tasty Tuesday

  1. edmooneyphotography says:

    Looks Delicious mate, I will most certainly give this one a bash. One tip I came across by accident. You dont need oil on the pan. Try using a few drops of water or as needed instead. The mince beef when added containns its own fats which will more than suffice. I do all my Beef, Chicked, Turkey on the pan like this πŸ™‚

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  2. mrsmendymac says:

    That bag of chopped veggies is fabulous!! Quite the time saver.
    I remember as a kid having corned beef hash.. You know the corned beef in the can.. yup that gnarly stuff… I survived though.
    Yours looks delicious.

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