Meal in a Muffin Pan
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 15 min.
Easy and delicious. Instead of has i just used canned corned beef and sauteed some finely diced carrot and red, yellow and green peppers and put them in with the beef. I highly recommend using small eggs for this because there was not enough room in the large muffin cups when using large eggs. I also dispensed with the added salt and pepper; we don't need that much salt in our diets.
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is there ne thing else for the meat - that I can change in this recipe - corn beef hash has way too much sodium allowed on my no to low sodium diet? please always post the nutrition chart with all recipes... thanks!
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Definitely do not use eggs over medium sized. Next time I'll be using small myself. I only had large and they were running over the muffin cup. I ended up scrambling the rest of the eggs so I could control the amount that went into the remaining cups. I also baked the corn beef a few minutes prior to putting in the egg as a couple of reviewers had suggested. Turned out really good.
I did bake the corned beef 5 minutes before I put the egg in. Next time I'll probably bake it a few minutes longer. Scrambled the eggs , seasoned ,and added diced jalapenos. I used 4 large eggs. Put a piece of provolone on top. Baked for 13 minutes. It was perfect! The cheese was a little brown on the edges. YUMMY!
in my head, this was a great idea. unfortunately the fates were not with me in this. two recommendations--use medium eggs, not large, as the eggs need to fit in the cups with the corned beef hash. also, grease tins-DO NOT SPRAY-YOU NEED COMPLETE COVERAGE! IF i ever revisit this i will partially prebake the hash to hopefully make a crisper foundation. My partner found it "tasty", but I was so disappointed in the presentation that I couldn't eat.
I put Canadian bacon in bottom of muffin tin and poured egg over top. Delish!!!
Didn't have hash, so used frozen hash brown potatoes - these were excellent! Thanks for a quick recipe that can be modified to fit everyone's tastes!
Cooking the hash a little first was a great tip. Be careful with the salt, as the CBH is salty out of the can. I believe that salting them at the table would be good when serving guests. Tried them this weekend and now will have them for a crowd on Christmas morning.