Recently we gave you the gluten-free, vegan version of green beer for St. Patrick’s Day. In keeping with the St. Patrick’s Day theme, we now give you this awesome recipe for vegan, gluten-free corned beef hash. The interesting main ingredient here is adzuki beans!
Adzuki beans, also referred to as azuki beans, originated in Asia and are usually cooked and served with rice. They contain a sweeter flavor than most beans, and are frequently used in a macrobiotic diet. You can find these beans at Whole Foods or your local natural foods store, or you can order them on Amazon here.
You start by cooking the adzuki beans using your favorite bean cooking method. The key to making this hash-like is in how you cook up the combined ingredients in the end. You want to be sure that you let it brown up just like corned beef hash.
Here’s the recipe!
Vegan Corned Beef Hash
1/2 cup cooked aduki beans
2 tablespoons olive oil
4 teaspoons soy sauce (make sure you get the gluten free kind)
2 tablespoons tahini
1/2 cup diced potato
1/2 diced onion
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Mash up the beans with a fork and set aside.
Place one tablespoon of olive oil in your frying pan and heat up over a medium-high heat. Put the onion in the pan and cook until the onion is browned and a little caramelized. Add the beans to the online, along with the other tablespoon of olive oil. Mix in the soy sauce and tahini and potato, and until crispy on the bottom. Fold the mixture over and let it brown again, until it is browned and a bit crispy like corned beef hash.
Serve with a hearty gluten-free bread, and your favorite gluten-free beer!
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