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Home Cook: Go and make a hash of it

I love all forms of potato dishes, and hash is one of the greats.

17th November, 2013
Main picture: Texas chicken hash. Photo: Lilly Higgins

I love all forms of potato dishes, and hash is one of the greats. Derived from the French verb hacher (to chop), it usually consists of diced potato, meat and spices all cooked together to form a comforting, filling and cheap supper or breakfast dish. In Britain, hash is traditionally made with corned beef, and that version of the dish was a staple during the war years. The US version of hash uses all types...

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