Argentina Corned Beef Mash, 2 Ways

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Blame the bloated battery and busted trackpad on my computer for the lack of blog updates.

Anyway, my laptop and I have been reunited so expect some heavy blogging.

To make up for lost time (CHOZ), I’m posting two Argentina Corned Beef recipes or should I say, one recipe, two ways. These are some of my favorite hangover meals!*hik*

Argentina Corned Beef Mash Mix, 2 Ways

First up, say hello to Argentina Corned Beef Mash Patty!
I know, I know, she’s a vision.


3 cans of Argentina Corned Beef
6-7 medium sized potatoes
Olive oil
1/4 cup skim milk
1 tbsp butter
1 tomato, diced
fresh parsley for garnish

Easy peasy:

Step 1: Multitask—cook the Argentina Corned Beef…

… While boiling the potatoes.
Obviously, cook both in separate pans.
Do. Not. Panic.

Step 2: When the potatoes are soft (approximately 20 min. cooking time), drain them.

Step 3: Using a large mixing bowl, mix the cooked potatoes, butter, milk, salt, and pepper

Step 4: Start mashing the boiled potatoes using a potato masher or fork.
Step 5: Once the potatoes are mashed, add the cooked Argentina Corned Beef.

Step 6: Form the mix into patties and fry them till golden and crispy.

Step 7: Because of guilt, I drain my patty on paper towels.

Step 8: Serve the Argentina Corned Beef Mash Patty with fresh tomatoes and parsley

The perfect bite.

The perfect texture—crispy on the outside, gooey soft on the inside plus, the fresh tomatoes cuts through the “fried” flavor.

Next dish, using the same mix is Argentina Corned Beef Mash Meatballs!

I loooove making these as appetizers for brunch! These babies will set everyone’s palatte while you make Mimosas. Uh, excuse me, alcoholic?

Form the mix into balls and fry them till golden brown.
I went a bit overboard on the cooking oil. I think it was the Mimosa.
Use less oil to fry the meatballs… Ask someone sober to do it for you… Put. The cocktail. Down.

The secret: Ah, this is the pasabowg! I put a dollop of sweet chili sauce (I just used the bottle sweet chili sauce) in my deviled egg serving tray and add the corned beef ball on top. By doing this, it adds another layer of flavor to the mix and will sober up your guests pronto! Haha!

I know what you’re going to ask, where can you buy this deviled egg tray? I got mine at Gourdo’s, GB5. Run, don’t walk!

Akin ka! *sabay tusok*


Cook them up for brunch, sober or not, they are the bomb!

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