Corned Beef Hash Patties is a corn beef recipe that is mix with egg, potatoes, and carrots that are formed into patties. It is a perfect appetizer that I use canned corn beef for this recipe
When I realized I have only canned corn beef in my cabinet, I want to make something different. I was thinking about making patties or fritters and I remember my mother made me once cauliflower fritters, which I realized if it is possible if I will use canned corn beef.
When I made it the first time, I was surprised it taste really good. Not only it is delicious but the food has a great presentation as if it is made from scratch. But, in fact, it is made directly from canned goods and I create something that is restaurant quality.
This recipe is very useful for those who want to save money. If you want to cook something special made from canned food, then I am sure you will love this recipe. In this post, I will be showing you my recipe of Corned Beef Patties
What is the Ingredients of this recipe?
To make delicious corned beef patties, I am using very simple ingredients. They are extremely affordable and you can use them to make your favorite patties.
First, I am using canned corn beef. You heard it right! It is not a fresh corned beef, but a canned good that I bought from a grocery store. You can use any brand you like and it doesn't matter. Before mixing with other ingredients, you have to make sure you remove the juices of the corned beef.
Second, I am using two important vegetables- Potatoes and Carrot. They are healthy vegetables that help provide nutritional content that is not found in canned corn beef. When mixing the corned beef, I have grated these vegetables
Third, I added chopped garlic and onion in my patties. They give a nice flavor of the patties. Fourth, you need salt and black pepper for seasoning the patties.
Lastly, I use one egg to help bind all the ingredients. This will help hold together when making a corn beef patties.
Do you need to store in the fridge before cooking?
There some I know when they make patties; whether a tuna, beef, or chicken patties, they usually put it in a fridge before cooking. The coolness of the fridge will further help hold the patties together when cooking.
However, I don't really put it in a fridge. I just cook it directly in the pan. I believe this is just an optional as long you remove the juices of the corned beef to avoid having watery patties.
The Step by Step Instructions of this Recipe
The first step to make this delicious appetizer is to add the corned beef, grated potatoes & carrots, chopped onion & garlic, and egg in a large bowl. Mix them all together. Add salt and black pepper for taste.
Later, use your hand to make patties. I used two tablespoons when forming a patty. This recipe is good for 8 patties.
After that, add vegetable oil in a deep frying pan. Once it is hot, add the patties and let it cook for 3 to 5 minutes or until it turns dark brown. Flip it and repeat the process.
And lastly, put the paper towel in a plate before transferring the patties to drain the excess oil. And you are done.
If you like to know the full steps, here is the recipe card of the Corned Beef Hash Patties
Corned Beef Hash Patties Recipe
Corned Beef Hash Patties is canned corn beef recipe which is mixed with carrots, potatoes and egg to form into a patties.
- 150 gram of canned corned beef
- 1 small onion
- 3 cloves of garlic
- 1 egg
- 1 medium potatoes
- 1 medium carrot
- Salt and Black Pepper for Taste
- Vegetable Oil
- Grate the carrots and potatoes. And chop the onion and garlic.
- Add all the ingredients in a large bowl. Mix it all together
- Use two tablespoon of corned beef mixture to make a patty
- Turn on the gas stove on low medium heat. Add vegetable oil in a deep pan. Once it is hot, add the patties. Let it cook for 3 to 5 minutes or until it turn dark brown. Flip it and repeat the process
- Prepare a paper towel in the plate. Once it is cook, transfer the patties into the plate to help drain the excess oil.
You can use either canned or fresh corned beef.
Nutrition InformationYield 8 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 120Total Fat 5gSaturated Fat 2gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 3gCholesterol 39mgSodium 258mgCarbohydrates 7gFiber 1gSugar 1gProtein 7g
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This looks like an easy and affordable recipe. Saving this to try when we need a quick dinner.
These look delicious! I am going to layer this on top of a potato pancake! Delicious!
Absolutely Fran. They are perfect with potato pancake.
Amanda Marie Boyle
I have never heard of canned corned beef. I'll have to look for it. I love corned beef, but usually only do it at home on St. Patrick's Day.
Canned Corned Beef are popular can goods found in the Philippines. They are also found in South America and Australia. Making a hash patties is quite easy.
OMG!!! What a great idea! I love this! I absolutely love corn beef and we always have leftovers so this would be perfect for next day's meal. Thanks!
They are delicious Amy. I am sure you will love this recipe
I'm always looking for ways to save money when cooking!
I love this recipe. It is easy and tastes wonderful. Keep up the good work sharing your recipes. Thanks so much.
Thank you for making this recipe Annie. I am glad you love it. Take care
Just one question. Is it cooked potatoes or raw? Looks great!! I will be trying it soon!
I am using raw potatoes. You don't have to cooked them since frying in the oil will do all the work.
Barrie R. Osborne
These sound delicious and an easy recipe for a veteran widower. More like this would be appreciated. Thanks.
I made this tonight.
They were falling apart a little while frying. Took them out of the oil and cooked them in an iron skillet without adding any oil... Perfect! I usually tweak recipes to add my Guyanese flavour but this one was flavourful on its own. My food critic, six year old son, only said "hmmmm, yummy!".
Thank you for sharing it.
Hi Ronda. When you shaped them into a patties, make sure you remove the excess juices by squeezing them. This will help hold the patties while frying. Hope this helps.
this could actually work with regular canned beef. ty will try this recipe.