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Mix all ingredients except butter. Melt butter in a large skillet and add mixture. Cook over medium heat until a slightly brown and crisp crust has ...

Grind or chop all ingredients together and fry in a skillet until heated through and slightly brown on the outside.

In the olden days, the aftermath of a boiled dinner and still a popular church supper dish with baked beans. For every pint of corned beef, chopped ...

Combine beets, potatoes, corned beef, fat, salt and pepper and water. Place in greased baking dish and bake in moderate oven 350 degrees about 3/4 ...

Chop potatoes, beets and onion. If cooked meat is not available, fry bacon and crumble it when crisp. Put vegetables in hot fat in large skillet; ...

Chop all ingredients coarsely and mix together. Moisten with a little cream. In an iron skillet, melt enough butter to coat bottom. Pour all in ...

Cook above ingredients ahead and dice. 3 tbsp. bacon fat in lg. skillet Saute 1 chopped onion. Add diced vegetables, ham pieces or corned beef. Chop ...

Combine all ingredients ... large skillet, turn hash in skillet and ... can become brown and hash is thoroughly heated. Turn on platter and fold in half.

Drain beets. Dice and boil potatoes, then put in a skillet with vegetable oil. Add beets, corned beef, onions; mix thoroughly and brown. Especially ...

In large skillet melt butter; saute onions and pepper until crisp-tender. Stir in Tabasco sauce and potatoes. Cook over medium heat, stirring often, ...


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