BBQ That Food Truck in, “That Recipe for BBQ Corned Beef Hash”
January 30, 2022 / Comments
Hey y’all, Bobby Wagner here, back again to BBQ That! In our past recipes, we’ve focused a lot on lunch food, but I’ve been cravin’ some BBQ breakfast lately, and I can’t quite decide on what just yet. Apron me (for the uninitiated, that’s the crazy talking apron with my face on it), you got any ideas?
“Well Bobby, We’ve only BBQ’d one other full beef dish, why not some steak and eggs? Or better yet, corned beef hash! I’ve always wanted to go to Nebraska, anyways.”
That’s a fine idea, apron me, let’s get it! We won’t be goin’ over how to corn your own beef today, but stay tuned, we’ll let ya in on the secret! But for now, let’s get this item on the menu, and pop this magic food truck over to good ol’ Nebraska.
For this recipe, you’re gonna need a few tablespoons of unsalted butter, a finely chopped onion, a few cloves of minced garlic, a few cups of the star of the dish, corned beef, a couple of par-cooked Yukon gold taters, a cup of diced smoked sausage, s&p to taste, parsley, lemon juice, a fried egg, and our Redneck Lipstick Seasoning and Original Sauce. This is gonna be a great one, so let’s BBQ That!
Go ahead and start by sauteing the smoked sausage until it starts to brown up real nice, then set it to the side. In the same pan, toss in your onion and a knob of butter and let that cook until your onions are nice and soft and smellin’ amazing. Once it’s there, throw in your garlic and saute for a minute so all those good flavors get to know each other. Then, toss back in your sausage, corned beef, and taters, making sure to sprinkle on as much Redneck Lipstick seasoning as you’d like. Now, it’s time for the fun part; grab your spatula and smash out everythin’ into the shape of a pancake that completely covers the bottom of your pan. Now let it sit and brown up for a bit, addin’ some more butter on the edge of the pan if you need it. Give the patty a flip once it’s all brown on one side, then rinse and repeat.
Once your hash is brown on both sides, top it all off with some parsley, a squeeze of lemon juice, a drizzle of Redneck Lipstick Original, and the all-important fried egg on each serving. S&P that bad boy to taste, and there you have it, my BBQ corned beef hash recipe, nice, simple, delicious.
That’s gonna be all for now; let us know in the comments below where you’d like to see BBQ That Food Truck head to next, and how you’d complete the sentence, “BBQ That_____.”
Recipe for the Redneck Lipstick Corned Beef Hash
2-3 tablespoons unsalted butter
1 medium onion, finely chopped
2 cloves of Garlic, finely minced
3 cups finely chopped, cooked corned beef
3 cups chopped cooked potatoes, preferably Yukon gold
1 cup of diced smoked sausage (I prefer andouille, it has a nice kick)
Redneck Lipstick Seasoning to taste
Salt and pepper to taste
Chopped fresh parsley
Squeeze of fresh lemon juice
Redneck Lipstick Original BBQ Sauce
Fried Egg over easy
Begin by browning smoked sausage in a pan, removing once thoroughly brown. Add butter and onion to the same pan, sauteing until the butter is incorporated and the onions are soft and cooked through. Add minced garlic, sauteing for roughly one minute, before adding smoked sausage, corned beef, and potato. Add the desired amount of Redneck Lipstick seasoning, then flatten the mixture with the back of a spatula until it covers the entire bottom of the pan.
Let brown, checking occasionally to prevent burning. Flip once browned, adding additional butter to the pan if needed. Once both sides are browned, top with parsley, lemon juice, a drizzle or more of Redneck Lipstick Original BBQ sauce, and a fried egg. Add salt and pepper if needed or desired, then serve.