This is the short-cut version of my breakfast skillet recipe. Because sometimes we have an extra 10 minutes in the morning, but not 30. By using canned beef & potatoes you eliminate the time needed to dice up and pre-cook the potato.
1 can corned beef hash
sprinkle shredded cheese
Step 1: Open the can and put it in a frying pan. Doesn't that look tempting? Haha... but we will eat it anyways!
Cook the beef and potatoes about 5 minutes, until the potatoes start to crisp and turn brown. Put half the mixture into a bowl and save the other half.
Step 2: In the same pan, spray with cooking spray and crack 2 eggs. Cook a minute until the whites harden. Flip the eggs and cook on the other side. If you like runny yolks, you can cook just a minute and place on top of your beef hash. I like my yolks cooked through so I left it in the pan about 5 minutes total.
Step 3: Slide the eggs on top of the hash and sprinkle on some cheese if you like.
I'm sure the health level of this is questionable at best, but you can't beat it for a hearty, stick-to-your-ribs breakfast in only 10 minutes!
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