Monica’s Red Flannel Hash


  • one small (2.5- lb) corned beef roast, boiled and cooled
  • 4 medium beets, boiled, peeled and cooled
  • 8 medium-sized Idaho® potatoes, diced into ⅛-inch cubes
  • 1 large sweet onion, diced into ⅛-inch cubes
  • ½ cup rice bran oil (good for high-heat)
  • 4 cups kale, ribs removed, chopped
  • 3 teaspoons olive oil, divided
  • 2 garlic gloves, finely minced
  • 6 eggs, poached
  • 3 mini cast iron skillets (each one will serve two people)
  • freshly ground black pepper and salt


  1. Cook corned beef according to package instructions. Cool.
  2. Trim tops off of beets, leaving tails on. Boil until fork tender. Cool. Wearing protective plastic gloves, cut off beet tails and peel beets. Dice into ⅛-inch dice. Reserve.
  3. Preheat oven to 350° F.
  4. Cover a ½ sheet pan with cooking parchment. Toss diced potatoes and onion in a bowl with ½ cup of rice bran oil. Spread evenly in one layer over the half sheet pan. Sprinkle with salt and fresh-cracked pepper. Roast at 350° F for one hour to 1 ½ hours, using a spatula to turn potatoes and onions about half way through. Potatoes should be crisped and browned on the edges, but not blackened. Remove potatoes from oven, but turn oven up to 400° F.
  5. While potatoes roast, trim any visible fat off of the corned beef. Cutting across the grain, slice the beef into ⅛-inch slices and then cube the meat into ⅛-inch cubes. You should have about 3 cups of cubed beef. Set aside.
  6. In a heavy skillet over high heat, heat 1 teaspoon of olive oil and sauté garlic until fragrant. Add chopped kale and sauté until well-wilted. Remove from pan.
  7. Heat remaining 2 teaspoon of olive oil; add 3 cups diced corned beef in an even layer. Cover and allow cooking until corned beef is hot and sizzling and has developed a crust on the bottom. Stir and toss and cook one more minute. Set aside.
  8. Heat a large pot of boiling water; add 2 teaspoons vinegar. Once water is gently boiling, allow it to continue gently boiling; move yourself to your work surface to finish the hash.
  9. Place your small cast iron skillets in preheated 400° F oven. While those heat, combine roasted potato/onion mixture with kale/garlic, diced beets and diced corned beef. Portion the hash into the small cast-iron skillets.
  10. Return to the boiling water. Crack an egg in a small heat-proof bowl. Create a whirlpool in the gently boiling water, stirring with a slotted spoon. Continue stirring the water with your right hand and with your left hand, lower the egg down to the surface of the water and gently pour it in. Keep swirling the water and cook until the egg has poached, about two minutes. Using the slotted spoon, remove the poached egg and place on the surface of the hash. Repeat, until you have two eggs layered over each skillet of hash. Serve.
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Yield: 6 servings

Monica Kass Rogers
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