• 35 minutes
  • Difficulty Medium
  • 7 Ingredients



  • 2 Tins Corned Beef
  • 2 Beef Stock Cubes
  • 2 Potatoes
  • 2 Carrots
  • 1 Cup Frozen Peas or Corn ( or both )
  • 1 Cup Flour ( to thicken )
  • 1 Tspn Baking Powder & small amount of water ( to thicken )


  1. Peel & Dice Potatoes and Carrots
  2. Boil Potatoes & Carrots together with the stock cubes until almost cooked.
  3. While waiting for those start to prepare thickening by mixing Flour & baking powder with a small amount of water until you get doughy chunks.
  4. Add Corned Beef & frozen Vege's. & warm through.
  5. Add prepared thickening and stir through & cook for a further 5 mins.
  6. Serve

  • I LOVE corned beef!
    Hubby is half kiwi so we eat it all the time. This is something new for us to try it in a stew. Will be so good during this cold weather.
    Thank you!


  • It looks so lush and delicious, hard to believe it uses canned corned beef


  • I love a good corned beef hash, usually do it in the slow cooker, will try this for a quicker cooking meal!


  • A handy recipe to have if you need to cook from the freezer and pantry staples.


  • Nice and simple and filling. Will be trying this ASAP. Thanks for sharing!


  • Do not like tinned corn beef or bully beef as grand da called it. Will try this with corn beef I have done my self or maybe some other meat.


  • I didn’t know you could get corned beef in a can! this would be a great camping meal I think, or maybe a quick weekend meal when you want something comfy but quick – thanks your sharing your recipe :)


  • Looks like a recipe handed down from grandma. Simple ingredients and simple method


  • Would be a good recipe for camping.


  • A lovely Winter hearty meal,thanks!


  • not tinned for me – the woollies ones are really nice


  • sounds great but I think I will use cooked corned beef I have made not canned


  • This looks really good! A nice recipe! Thanks


  • Looks delicious and easy to make :)


  • I must go around with my eyes closed, haven’t seen corn beef in a tin.

    • Usually in the same aisle as beans, spaghetti and other tinned foods.


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