Mexican beef hash: recipe
Unique dishes are a terrific resource to feed the family in one sitting. Stews, pastas, roasts and others are forceful enough so that, with a simple garnish, our stomachs are well satisfied. They are also usually very flavorful and easy to prepare dishes.
Today I offer you this recipe for Mexican beef hash which is a great way to enjoy meat with vegetables full of flavor. If you are going to serve this dish to your children, I recommend removing the chili so that it is not too spicy for them.
IngredientsFor 2 persons
- Chopped veal 200 g
- Onion 100 g
- Ripe tomato 1
- Carrot 100 g
- Canned peas 100 g
- Serrano pepper 1
- Extra virgin olive oil 15 ml
- Ground cumin 5 g
- Ground black pepper
How to make Mexican beef hashDifficulty: medium
- Total time 40 m
- Elaboration 15 m
- Cooking 25 m
We are going to chop the onion, devein the serrano pepper and cut it into pieces. Heat the olive oil in a large skillet and fry the onion for a couple of minutes. Add the chili and leave on the fire, at medium intensity, for about three more minutes. We cut the tomato into cubes that we add to the pan and season with salt and pepper.
Now we are going to finely chop the carrot, drain the peas and add everything to the pan. Let cook, under cover, for about 5 minutes. Finally we add the minced meat, the cumin, stir and leave another 15 minutes on the fire. Halfway through the cooking, adjust the salt and pepper if necessary.
With what to accompany the Mexican beef hash
In general, I usually serve this Mexican beef hash over a bed of rice or natural spaghetti. Also I recommend you taste it with a good glass of red wine, a dark beer or the drink that attacks you the most. If you plan to prepare the hash in advance, you can reheat it in a pan with a few drops of oil.
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