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…


  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.


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


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


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


Add some Cracked Black Pepper.


As this cooks, prepare the 5% Minced Beef.


When the Garlic and Chillies look like so…..


Add the Minced Beef.


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


As it browns add the Herbes de Provence.


And a few slugs of the Worcestershire Sauce.


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


And some Himalayan Pink Salt.


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


Mix in well and place the lid on the pan.


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


Stirring in well.


Before adding the Chopped Tomatoes.


And stirring in well.


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


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


Serve a Bariatric portion and prepare to enjoy.


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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