Thursday, January 13, 2011

Slow Cooked Beef Over Hash

This is a dinner worthy of your favorite diner. Beef that has been slow cooked all day in beer served over a simple potato hash. It's hearty & full of flavor.
Shredded Beef Hash
Also it couldn't be simpler to make...

Slow Cooked Beef Hash

We started with a batch of our 24-Hour Crock Pot Beef. This time though Matt added a little barbecue rub, paprika & worcestershire sauce to the beer for seasoning. Once the beef is tender & falling to shreds cook up your hash.

2 small yukon gold potatoes, cut into 1/2-inch cubes (you can leave the skin on)
2 T olive oil, divided
kosher salt
1/2 red pepper, seeded & chopped
1 small onion, chopped
1 t season salt

Preheat oven to 350 F.

Put the cubed potatoes & 1 tablespoon olive oil in a small roasting pan. Stir to coat. Sprinkle with a little salt. Roast for 20 - 25 minutes, you want them to just start getting crispy on the outside. (You could just parboil your potatoes but we found roasting them gets them crispier & helps them retain their shape & texture better in the finished hash.)

In a skillet heat the remaining tablespoon of olive oil over medium-high heat. Add the pepper & onions. Sauté until the onions are starting to get tender. Add the roasted potatoes & season salt. Reduce the heat a little & continue to cook until the onions are just starting to get a little brown.

Divide the hash between two plates & serve beef over the top.

2 servings.

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16 comments:

Chris and Amy said...

Um...yum?!?!? Sounds like a great twist on "meat and potatoes."

Ben said...

You got me at slowly cooked all day with beer. I so need to make this!

Lo said...

It seems to be the week for slow-cooking beef! We enjoyed a pot of Italian beef earlier this week... and now I'm drooling at the thought of cooking a roast with beer. So good!

Elle said...

Oh yes! Sign me up, please! So good and hearty--perfect for this weather.

A Thought For Food said...

Such comfort food! Great post!

SMITH BITES said...

uhm yes, beef & beer . . . more than half the country is in a deep freeze at the moment and we're all making stews, chilis and some sort of pot roast - lovin' it!

Megan said...

I made the 24 hour crockpot beef and it was delicious. Used it for tacos and there is no left over meat or I would be jumping on the hash bandwagon! :) Comfort food at it's finest.

RJ Flamingo said...

I really really really need to get a new slow cooker. ->Sigh!<-

Peter M said...

That rendered beef is pure gold. You can slap that in a bun, tortilla or stuff pasta with it!

Jenn @leftoverqueen said...

This is comfort food at its best! YUM!

Sippity Sup said...

I love the simplicity of this recipe. I don't have a crockpot because I fear I would only use it once a year to make this exact dish. But seeing it so well done makes me rethink this just a bit. GREG

grace said...

there really aren't many things better than potatoes saturated with beef juice. this is a dish well done, kat!

Fresh Local and Best said...

This looks like a really good meat and potatoes post. I love it when meat is braised until meltingly tender.

Mark said...

Beef and potatoes. You can't go wrong. This made my mouth water. Thanks!

Lori said...

I've been using the crock pot so much for beans. I need to toss in a meat at some point. This sounds great!

Deborah said...

I'm a sucker for a good hash, and that beef looks so good!

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