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Ask a question.... / Re: Recipe for 'Tater Ash'
« Last post by KENNETHO on February 19, 2018, 06:46 PM »
but  if  you  put  a  crust  on  top  its  tate  pie..  cheers
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Ask a question.... / Re: Recipe for 'Tater Ash'
« Last post by Joyce_in_Canada on February 19, 2018, 05:03 PM »
Many thanks for your detailed recipe, Burlington!!  We also had this Tater Ash at home before I came to Canada, and been making this great meal for donkey's years, except for some reason in Canada they call it "Stew". 

I used all the same ingredients as Burlington's recipe above though, except I used steak cut into small cubes instead of minced meat.  These little steak cubes were first really well-browned in butter in the saucepan together with the diced onions, and then boiling water poured into the pan to make the lovely brown "gravy" part.  This was then simmered for as long as it took to tenderize the meat, and I often then set it aside for later finishing towards meal-time.    About half an hour before we wanted to eat, I then added all the vegetables, that is potatoes and carrots cut up into small pieces, and also added salt and black pepper to taste.   I don't really like the taste of Oxo cubes so I didn't use those for flavoring.  Depending on how I felt, I sometimes added a little ordinary gravy thickening, or perhaps the next day (for the leftovers) I would add a few quite small dumplings which cooked while heating things up.   V-e-r-y tasty, and yet I don't make it too often now, just being alone, but it certainly makes me want it for dinner tonight!    ;D ;D
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Ask a question.... / Re: Recipe for 'Tater Ash'
« Last post by LCGI on February 19, 2018, 04:54 PM »
Hi,
I remember tater hash very well and make it as I remember from childhood some 60 years ago. The actual ingredient quantities are variable according to taste I think. I am sure there is no definitive recipe but what I will do is make it again as I usually do but this time measure all ingredients and record timings then send you my method.
I am sure the way I make it will be very similar to the way other Ashton residents have made it but I have no claim to any authenticity as I just make it as it was done at home in Ashton. Burlington.

Made Tater Hash today, so here is my take on it.

Ingredients.

700gm of potatoes cut into half golf ball sized pieces
300gm of onions roughly chopped
300gm of carrots sliced into 0.5 thick "coins"
600gm beef mince
1 litre of beef stock ( I used a litre of water plus two Beef Oxo cubes )
Salt
Black pepper

1. Brown the mince making sure it is thoroughly broken up.
2. Put all the ingredients, including the stock, mixed thoroughly, into a suitably sized pan and bring to the boil.
3. Reduce to a medium simmer for 15 minutes or until the potatoes and carrots are cooked. Test by pricking them with the point of a knife. They should be soft.
4. Add salt and pepper to taste.

You might need to add more fluid during the cooking process if it seems to be drying up.
Also try adding Worcestershire sauce.

I would be interested to see if this is similar to how other people remember it. Enjoy.

Hi Burlington... and thank you for this contribution I will pass it on to my wife who I'm sure will give it a go soon.

Much appreciated,

Larry E. (kenyon st kid)
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Ask a question.... / Re: Recipe for 'Tater Ash'
« Last post by burlington on February 19, 2018, 02:25 PM »
If anyone makes this recipe, please let me have your opinions, polite please!!!!!!!!!!!!
Burlington.
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Ask a question.... / Re: Recipe for 'Tater Ash'
« Last post by burlington on February 18, 2018, 10:31 PM »
Hi,
I remember tater hash very well and make it as I remember from childhood some 60 years ago. The actual ingredient quantities are variable according to taste I think. I am sure there is no definitive recipe but what I will do is make it again as I usually do but this time measure all ingredients and record timings then send you my method.
I am sure the way I make it will be very similar to the way other Ashton residents have made it but I have no claim to any authenticity as I just make it as it was done at home in Ashton. Burlington.

Made Tater Hash today, so here is my take on it.

Ingredients.

700gm of potatoes cut into half golf ball sized pieces
300gm of onions roughly chopped
300gm of carrots sliced into 0.5 thick "coins"
600gm beef mince
1 litre of beef stock ( I used a litre of water plus two Beef Oxo cubes )
Salt
Black pepper

1. Brown the mince making sure it is thoroughly broken up.
2. Put all the ingredients, including the stock, mixed thoroughly, into a suitably sized pan and bring to the boil.
3. Reduce to a medium simmer for 15 minutes or until the potatoes and carrots are cooked. Test by pricking them with the point of a knife. They should be soft.
4. Add salt and pepper to taste.

You might need to add more fluid during the cooking process if it seems to be drying up.
Also try adding Worcestershire sauce.

I would be interested to see if this is similar to how other people remember it. Enjoy.
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Ask a question.... / Re: Recipe for 'Tater Ash'
« Last post by KENNETHO on February 18, 2018, 08:38 PM »
google  tatta  ash...  you will  get a few  ideas... 
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Ask a question.... / Re: Recipe for 'Tater Ash'
« Last post by LCGI on February 18, 2018, 08:51 AM »
Tater Ash is made to people's liking some like it made with corn beef some mince meat some diced steak Me I prefer it with mince or corn beef  I like carrots and onion in mine as well hope you find what you like  LCGI Fudge
Hi Fudge...... yes, I appreciate your comments about the Meat.... but I seek the basic RECIPE.... Anyone ?

All responses kindly accepted

LCGI
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Smile, please! / Re: Lets start with a smile
« Last post by KENNETHO on February 17, 2018, 11:47 PM »
say   no  to  drugs  they  say,, i mean  if you  are  talking  to  drugs its  a little to  late  to  say  no
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Smile, please! / Re: Lets start with a smile
« Last post by KENNETHO on February 17, 2018, 11:37 PM »
its  presidents  day  on  monday..  the president  will walk out of  the  whitehouse ,if he  seeshis own  shadow that  meens  one  more  year  of  bullshit....
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Ask a question.... / Re: Recipe for 'Tater Ash'
« Last post by Fudge on February 17, 2018, 11:26 PM »
Tater Ash is made to people's liking some like it made with corn beef some mince meat some diced steak Me I prefer it with mince or corn beef  I like carrots and onion in mine as well hope you find what you like  LCGI Fudge
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