When you have a taste for some corned beef hash, but also a wonderfully eggy frittata, why not make this unexpected yet delicious Corned Beef Hash Frittata?
This recipe was originally shared in 2014. This post has been updated with additional information, including a recipe card complete with nutritional information, but the recipe itself has remained unchanged.
- The ingredient list:
- Kitchen tools and equipment needed:
- What makes this recipe so easy and convenient?
- Serving suggestions:
- Variations for this recipe:
- How long will it take to make corned beef hash frittata from start to finish?
- How to reheat a frittata:
- Additional corned beef recipes:
- Additional savory breakfast recipes:
- Printable Recipe Card
The ingredient list:
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- corned beef (leftovers are ideal)
- frozen hash brown potatoes
- olive oil
- dried thyme
- garlic powder
- dry mustard
- cayenne pepper
- salt and pepper
Kitchen tools and equipment needed:
- large oven-safe skillet
- chef's knife
- cutting board
- large mixing bowl
- measuring cups and spoons
- wooden spoon or spatula
- pie server
What makes this recipe so easy and convenient?
It's super easy to make because it takes advantage of frozen hash brown potatoes, and deli-counter corned beef.
Or, even better...leftover corned beef (if you're lucky enough to have any)!
Once it's assembled all you need to do is pop it in the oven and then go about your business until the eggs are cooked through, golden brown, and the house smells amazing!
You can serve this savory frittata for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner.
If you're having it for dinner, serve it alongside this Healthy Berry Salad or maybe a delicious Heirloom Tomato Salad.
Variations for this recipe:
If you want to make this frittata more of a one-skillet meal, feel free to add some of your favorite veggies into the mix before you add the eggs.
You can either use fresh or frozen but if you use frozen vegetables make sure to thaw them first, just as you did the potatoes.
If you like cheese (and who doesn't), bake the frittata for 50 minutes, remove it from the oven, top with your favorite grated cheese, and then continue baking for the last 10 minutes to melt, and brown the cheese.
How long will it take to make corned beef hash frittata from start to finish?
Approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes.
About ten minutes of that time will be the preparation of sautéing of the onion and the hash brown potatoes in the skillet.
And it will take around 1 hour to bake the frittata in the oven until the eggs are set fully in the center of the frittata.
How to reheat a frittata:
I like to reheat slices of frittata in a low 325-degree Fahrenheit oven.
Wrap them well with aluminum foil and heat for 20 minutes.
Additional corned beef recipes:
Corned Beef and Swiss Cheese Quesadillas (shown below)
Corned Beef & Swiss Cheese Cheese Reuben Quesadillas are a cross between a Reuben sandwich and a quesadilla, but what makes them extra special is the homemade 1000 Islands Dipping Sauce! You’re going to LOVE these!!
Corned Beef Stuffed Boxty (shown below)
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a classically stuffed boxty. An Irish Corned Beef Boxty is a potato pancake stuffed with tender corned beef and lots of melted Swiss cheese.
Additional savory breakfast recipes:
*Scrambled Egg Breakfast Sliders (shown below and featured in the video)
Scrambled egg breakfast sliders make for a tasty morning treat. They’re fun to eat, filling, and will please the entire family!
*Avocado Toast with Bacon and Egg (not shown)
Avocado toast gets an upgrade with the addition of bacon, egg, and hot sauce for an extra kick of flavor. Avocado Toast with Bacon and Egg is the perfect sandwich for any time of day!
*Corned Beef Hash Fritatta (shown below) THIS IS THE PLACE!!
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Printable Recipe Card
Corned Beef Hash Frittata
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 1 large red onion chopped
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1 bag (32 ounces) Southern-style frozen hash brown potatoes thawed
- 1½ pounds deli corned beef roughly chopped
- 1½ teaspoon salt divided
- ¾ teaspoons pepper divided
- ¾ teaspoons ground thyme
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 2 teaspoons dry mustard
- ⅛ teaspoon cayenne
- 6 eggs
- 2 cups milk
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
- In a large, oven-safe skillet, saute the onion in the butter for approximately 3-5 minutes, stirring occasionally.
- Add the olive oil to the skillet along with the hash brown potatoes. Cook, stirring only occasionally until the potatoes have browned.
- Stir in the corned beef, 1 teaspoon salt, ½ teaspoon pepper, thyme, garlic powder, dry mustard, and cayenne.
- Meanwhile, in a large bowl, whisk the eggs, milk, the remaining salt, and pepper.
- Pour the egg mixture over the corned beef hash.
- Carefully slide the skillet into the preheated oven and cook for 60 minutes, or until the eggs are set in the middle and the frittata is golden brown.
- Remove. Cool slightly. Cut into wedges, and serve.
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Could this be made with canned corned beef hash? If so, how many cans do you think it would take? It sounds yummy! Thanks!
Sure, I don't see why not. Personally, I'd use two cans but if you want a more "eggy" frittata, then just use one.
I'd also cut back on the amount of frozen potatoes (or leave them out entirely) since the canned hash already has potatoes included.
Also, you can add extra corned beef (if desired), or just use what's already in the can.
I hope this is helpful.
Take good care,
This was the perfect recipe for my leftover corned beef! SO delicious!
Yay! Thanks, Jillian!
What a great idea for breakfast or even breakfast for dinner. I just made a simple corned beef hash in my Air Fryer but this one would be perfect for feeding a whole family. And so easy to make too. Will have to try it with some deli corned beef since our St Pats dinner is long gone. lol
We hardly ever have leftover corned beef from St. Patrick's Day, either. Deli corned beef is always a great option for this dish.
Love this Renee! I'm going to try making it this weekend. You continue to inspire me.
Renee Goerger says
I love to hear that I inspire you! That is probably the best comment EVER!!! Thank you!