September 27 is National Corned Beef Hash Day!
What does this holiday celebrate?
This holiday celebrates "Corned Beef Hash." So on this special day remember to celebrate it by serving your your family this breakfast dish.
Origin of this Holiday
our research did not find the creator, or the origin of this day.
This holiday is referred to as a "National" day. However, we did not find any congressional records or presidential proclamations for this day. Even though we didn't, this is still a holiday that is publicized to celebrate.
So have fun with it and celebrate it!
We found recognition about this holiday from:
calendar sites and personal Internet sites that blog and share information about this holiday. Many of these blogs talk about the varied recipes for this popular breakfast.
Definition of Corned Beef Hash
Although it can technically be made of a combination of any finely chopped ingredients, hash is often a mixture of beef (often leftovers of corned beef or roast beef), onions, potatoes, and spices that are mashed together into a coarse, chunky paste, and then cooked, either alone, or with other ingredients.
In many locations in the U.S., corned beef hash is served primarily as a breakfast food on restaurant menus and home cuisine, often served with eggs and toast (or biscuits), and occasionally fried potatoes (hashbrowns, home fries, etc). The dish is usually known as corned beef hash with eggs, or corned beef hash & eggs. Alternatives of the dish use roast beef hash. (see Types of fries)
Alternatively, in the southern United States, the term "hash" refers to a blend of leftover pork from a barbecue mixed with barbecue sauce and served over rice. It is a common side dish at barbecue restaurants and pig pickins in South Carolina and Georgia.
The Fast Corned Beef Hash Recipe
6 large potatoes, peeled and diced
(12 ounce) can corned beef, cut into chunks
1 medium onion, chopped
1 cup beef broth
1. In a large deep skillet, over medium heat, combine the potatoes, corned beef, onion, and beef broth. Cover and simmer until potatoes are soft but not mush, and the liquid is almost gone. Mix well, and serve. Most like the hash fried -