If you’re wondering what to serve with your corned beef hash, you’ve come to the right place.
In this article, I list 39 of the most popular side dishes for corned beef hash.
In a rush? Here’s the short answer.
The best dishes to serve with corned beef hash are baked eggs, Irish soda bread, German red cabbage, and garlic fried rice. You can also serve buttered vegetables, baked beans, green salad, buttermilk pancakes, or sauteed green beans. You can also load your hash into taco shells for a fun twist.
Ready? Let’s jump right in.
Corned beef hash is one of my favorite dishes to serve for brunch.
I love pairing it with buttermilk pancakes for a sweet-savory combo, but you can also keep it simple and fry up an egg for more protein.
Or whip up your favorite mimosa to wash everything down.
Jazz up your mornings with these baked eggs – they’re perfect for dipping toast into!
These eggs boast a decadent flavor thanks to the additions of cream and cheese. YUM! And they look super fancy.
Psst… try adding roasted veggies or bacon to the eggs for a hearty twist.
Why we love this recipe: it’s a fun and unique way to eat eggs you probably haven’t tried before.
Baked beans in tomato sauce
Skip your usual Heinz baked beans and whip up this homemade version instead.
The sauce is spicy and savory, thanks to the combination of red pepper flakes and bacon. And you’ve also got a touch of sweetness in there from the honey.
The recipe goes for dried beans, but canned beans will work fine if you don’t have time for soaking.
Why we love this recipe: it’s hearty and comforting.
Buttermilk gives the pancakes an extra light and fluffy texture.
And you don’t have to worry about making a trip to the grocery store to get it. If you have milk and lemon juice on hand, then you can make your own.
Pair your corned beef hash with a tall stack of these buttermilk pancakes and some honey for a delicious sweet-savory brunch.
Why we love this recipe: these are way better than what you’d get at your local diner.
Green pea guacamole
No avocados? Whip up this green pea guacamole instead!
Everyone has a bag of frozen peas in their freezer (I have at least 3).
Additions like garlic, cumin, and cilantro ensure you get a similar zesty kick with this faux guac.
But the best thing about this is how creamy it is, despite peas having a lot less fat than avocados.
Why we love this recipe: it super fresh and bright.
Spinach and gruyere strata
Looking for another way to serve eggs with your corned beef hash? Try this delicious cheesy strata.
It’s made with a combination of eggs and bread, giving you a soft, fluffy casserole stuffed with salty gruyere and chopped spinach.
The best thing about this dish is you can assemble it the night before and simply pop it in the oven in the morning. Effortless, right?
Why we love this recipe: it can easily feed a small group.
Sunrise strawberry mimosas
This strawberry mimosa is the perfect brunch cocktail to pair with your corned beef hash.
It’s light and crisp, with the homemade strawberry puree adding a delightful fruity tartness that’ll perk up your taste buds.
I use fresh strawberries for the puree, but frozen ones will work in the winter.
Pro-tip: use a dry and not too sweet wine like Prosecco.
Why we love this recipe: it’s almost too pretty to drink.
Corned beef hash isn’t just for breakfast — it’s excellent for lunch or dinner too!
Try stuffing it in taco shells for an added crispy bite or it with flaky buttermilk biscuits for a heartier meal.
Cheese and herb Irish soda bread
This recipe is an excellent starting point if you’re just starting your bread baking journey.
It’s super easy – just mix everything together, transfer the dough to your baking tray, and you’re ready to bake.
No kneading required!
Plus, the combination of cheese and fresh herbs will make your kitchen smell heavenly.
Why we love this recipe: it has no yeast, so no proofing time is needed.
Air fryer taco shells
Fancy trying Mexican fusion?
Load some taco shells up with corned beef hash, scrambled eggs, cheese, and sour cream.
Well that’s what I’d do. You can fill them with whatever you want!
Why we love this recipe: the tacos are nice and sturdy, so they won’t break.
Vegetables and salads
Corned beef hash is mostly protein and carbs so pairing it with a warm veggie side or salad is an excellent way to up its nutritional value.
Roasted veggies are an easy, no-frills option, but you can also saute them if you don’t want to fire up the oven.
Want a fresh bite? Stick with a handful of leafy greens tossed with a vinaigrette.
German red cabbage
Also known as rotkohl, this traditional German dish involves slowly braising shredded cabbage in a spiced vinegar mixture.
The results? A vibrant and tender veggie side similar to sauerkraut but with a hint of sweetness thanks to the sugar and apples.
This sweet and sour flavor is just what you need to contrast your salty corned beef hash.
Why we love this recipe: it tastes even better the next day (so make enough for leftovers!).
Blistered cherry tomatoes
Blistering is an easy but effective way to elevate some simple tomatoes.
The tomatoes’ skin chars in the hot oil, and the interiors become delightfully juicy.
The natural flavors of the tomatoes deepen, giving you a delicious umami bite.
And the best part? The dish only takes 5 minutes to cook!
Why we love this recipe: you probably have everything you need already.
Turn your corned beef hash into a light lunch by pairing it with this simple green salad.
The crisp lettuce and crunchy cucumbers will be an excellent refreshing contrast to your meat and potatoes.
And the lemon parmesan dressing gives the salad a bright note that will lift up the whole meal.
Why we love this recipe: a serving only has 156 calories.
Sautéing spinach is an easy way to meet your daily veggie quota, and it won’t look out of place whatever meal you’re serving. Breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Adding caramelized onions and soy sauce gives the spinach a rich flavor everyone will love, and you can add in extras like mushrooms or tomatoes too.
Why we love this recipe: it’s super healthy.
Give your corned beef hash a nourishing boost with a serving of these buttered vegetables.
This recipe uses carrots, broccoli, and cauliflower, but you can use whatever you have in your fridge.
Psst… no access to fresh veggies? Don’t worry, the frozen ones are just as nutritious and will work well.
Why we love this recipe: it’s great for busy weeknight dinners.
The best side dishes to serve with corned beef hash
- Cheese and herb Irish soda bread
- Air fryer taco shells
- Baked eggs
- Baked beans in tomato sauce
- Buttermilk pancakes
- Pea guacamole
- Sunrise strawberry mimosas
- Spinach and gruyere strata
- German red cabbage
- Blistered cherry tomatoes
- Green salad
- Sauteed spinach
- Buttered vegetables
What To Serve With Corned Beef Hash (39 Ideas)
- 1 portion Green pea guacamole
- 1 portion baked eggs
- 1 portion buttered vegetables
- 1 portion German red cabbage
- 1 portion green salad
- 1 portion sauteed spinach … and more
- Prepare your corned beef hash according to your favorite recipe.
- In the meantime, choose one of the following sides to serve alongside it.
- Side dishes include: cheese and herb irish soda bread, air fryer taco shells, baked eggs, baked beans in tomato sauce, buttermilk pancakes, green pea guacamole, sunrise strawberry mimosas, spinach and gruyere strata, german red cabbage, blistered cherry tomatoes, green salad, sauteed spinach, and buttered vegetables.
- Serve immediately and enjoy!