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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Pan Fried Cod with Corn Hash

During the holiday season I bought a couple of bags of McCain's frozen cubed hash browns to make a country breakfast casserole.  This is a nice, easy casserole that goes over well when having company for breakfast.  We have been enjoying fish a couple of times or more a week so I wanted something a bit different than the standard steamed potatoes with vegetable and side salad last week.  I came up with a rather easy yet tasty corn hash.

corn hash
The frozen cubed hash browns are definitely a convenience food and they are more expensive per ounce than whole potatoes.  However, they are inexpensive enough to keep a bag or two in the freezer as they work nicely for certain dishes, especially hashes.  These hash browns can be used as a side dish for any meal.

Corn Hash
recipe by: Garden Gnome

3 c frozen, cubed hash browns
1 medium onion
½ c cooked bacon pieces
1 c niblet corn
2 tbsp butter

Melt the butter over medium heat in fry pan.  Chop onion and add to the melted butter.  Cook until translucent.  Stir in remaining ingredients.  Continue cooking until hash browns are golden brown.  Serve as a side.

1 food lovers commented:

LindaG said...

This sounds really good, GG. Thanks for sharing it with us. :)