How to make crispy, delicious grassfed corned beef hash in a healthy manner by avoiding toxic acrylamides from cooking the starchy potatoes on high heat in a frying pan.
If you scan through the corned beef hash recipes online, you will quickly notice one thing. Frying is the primary method for making it!
While very tasty, the trouble with this method is that it produces an enormous amount of toxic acrylamides from cooking a starchy food like potatoes on high heat. This occurs even if you ignore the directions to use processed vegetable oil and opt for a traditionally healthy cooking fat instead such as ghee, butter, or pastured tallow.
Another problem with commercial versions of this dish is that conventional corned beef is used. This adds the additional issue of glyphosate residue in the meat from GMO-fed cattle.
The recipe I developed for making grassfed corned beef hash below…