Mexican Hash

July 28, 2013 at 9:02 pm | Posted in Corn, Hamburger, Hash, Mexican Food, My Own Creation, Potatoes | Leave a comment

This is just something I threw together…I think I shall call it Mexican Hash, since it reminds me of corned beef hash.


1/2 pound hamburger (more or less)

1 small potato, peeled and diced

Dash of McCormick Onion Powder

Dash of McCormick Garlic Powder

Dash of McCormick Cumin (we call in comino in Spanish and it has to be in meat dishes for an authentic Mexican taste)

Dash of McCormick Cilantro Leaves (definitely needed in a Mexican dish)

Dash of salt

1 tbsp. canola oil

1/2 can Green Giant SteamCrisp Super Sweet Yellow & White Corn (save remaining corn for another meal)

1 can (10 ounces) Rotel Mild Canned Tomatoes and Green ChilesOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIgnore the second potato in the picture; once I had started, it was determined that one would be enough 🙂

Brown hamburger and spices in the canola oil over medium heat.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAAdd the potatoes, then stir in the Rotel Tomatoes and Chiles along with the corn.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERALet the mixture bubble for maybe 8 minutes, until the potatoes are done, but not soggy.  Serve with cheddar to shred on top; I needed some sour cream since the dish was a bit spicy. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI wish I had some pinto beans; they would have been an excellent addition to the dish, plus they would have taken away some of the spiciness, too.  Daniel couldn’t believe it when I told him we didn’t have a single pinto bean in the house.  Such a rare occasion 😦

But, it was still yummy!OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOh, yes, and don’t forget the tortillas – Mom’s are the best!


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