Rösti is a Swiss treat of shredded, cooked potatoes fried into a thick cake until golden. Here we fold in some onions and corned beef for a breakfast dish that gives a nod to corned beef hash.
Game plan: In Switzerland, rösti is so popular that many markets sell pre-grated, pre-cooked potatoes for use in this dish. We actually found that grating the raw potatoes and placing them in a strainer eliminates the need to pre-cook them, saving time without sacrificing flavor.
If so desired, you could sub in pastrami for the corned beef in this recipe. Store-bought is fine, or you could make your own.
This recipe was featured as part of our Make Your Own Corned Beef project.
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