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Old 10-30-2016, 04:10 PM   #11
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Thats about 180C then. I'll try this.
Corned beef was an item that occured often when I was a kid, (1960's), I'd not seen it for decades... well... I probably had, but it went under the radar, it was the new shop in Snekkersten that bought it back to my attention. It may well be horrible, but at least I will then know.
Kayelle: I am a guy. I moderated a computer programming forum for a decade and am well used to the behaviour of "people like that", thanks, but I don't really need protecting, I'd roast them.
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Old 10-30-2016, 04:55 PM   #12
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I have not used canned corned beef in years because the price has increased to the point where it is not a good value for me.

I used to use the canned corned beef to make hash. A can or corned beef, an equal amount of boiled potatoes, a little minced onion and or green bell pepper, salt and pepper to taste, bacon grease, fry low and slow until the bottom develops a crust, turn with a spatula and mash down continue frying until a new bottom crust is formed, serve with ketchup and an egg or two.

For sandwiches. Mash the corned beef, add minced onion, sweet pickle relish, enough mayonnaise to bind the mixture together. This mixture can be eaten on a cold roll or stuff the roll, add a slice of cheese, wrap in aluminum foil and place in a hot oven until the cheese has a chance to melt. You could also do it on bread in a CI pan, similar to a tuna melt.

A skillet meal with ribbons of fresh cabbage, chunks of canned corned beef. Add a little water to the skillet, cover and steam until the cabbage is tender, remove lid and cook until the water has evaporated and the mixture starts to fry. You can also do this with a can of drained sauerkraut.

Put chunks of canned corned beef in a cream sauce with some frozen peas and cook until the meat and peas are heated through, serve over boiled or baked potatoes.

Oh, back to the original question. I would heat it at 350-375F for 30 - 40 minutes.
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Old 10-30-2016, 05:14 PM   #13
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When in doubt, I use 350° F for 30 minutes in the oven. It seems to work for just about everything. Check after that to see if it's hot enough for you.

I loved canned corned beef hash as a kid. And I was a VERY picky eater!
I used to love Broadcast brand CB hash. But it isn't available any more.
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Old 10-30-2016, 06:16 PM   #14
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I used to love Broadcast brand CB hash. But it isn't available any more.
About every six months or so I purchase a can of Mary Kitchen Roast Beef Hash. I get it as a snack with a poached egg on top for those late night munchies.

Grant you, canned goods are not to everyone's liking, but why knock it if you haven't tried it. Not every single meal or snack can be strictly from scratch.
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Old 10-30-2016, 07:32 PM   #15
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I like Mary Kitchen CB Hash. Tastes pretty good with a couple of poached eggs on it. I've made my own but I don't cook CB often enough to satisfy my hash needs.
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Old 10-30-2016, 08:24 PM   #16
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I grew up on Mary Kitchen cb hash, but my late husband didn't like it so I never bought it. My kids spent the night with my parents, and my youngest said he never wanted to go there again because Grandpa tried to feed them dog food.
When you think about it, it looks just like what we fed our dogs.
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Old 10-30-2016, 08:37 PM   #17
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Thats about 180C then. I'll try this.
Corned beef was an item that occured often when I was a kid, (1960's), I'd not seen it for decades... well... I probably had, but it went under the radar, it was the new shop in Snekkersten that bought it back to my attention. It may well be horrible, but at least I will then know.
Kayelle: I am a guy. I moderated a computer programming forum for a decade and am well used to the behaviour of "people like that", thanks, but I don't really need protecting, I'd roast them.
Adrian, You almost made me spit out a mouthful of cottage cheese while trying not to laugh. I have no doubt that you can take care of yourself on an internet forum. I'll bet a nickle you roasted your share at the programming forum. I wish I had seen you in action.

Let me know how the recipe turns out.
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Old 10-31-2016, 06:52 AM   #18
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Mary Kitchen CB Hash...Hormel canned Corned Beef...both staples in my house.
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Mary Kitchen CB Hash...Hormel canned Corned Beef...both staples in my house.
Around here, the cans have both names on them. Hormel is now Mary Kitchen.
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Around here, the cans have both names on them. Hormel is now Mary Kitchen.
Just looked, my hash cans say Hormel also!
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