Galley Recipe – Red Flannel Hash
This galley recipe – Red Flannel Hash originates from New England and the name refers to the red and white plaid cloth that is popular in that part of the world. It was traditionally a breakfast using up the leftovers from the previous evening’s meal and has many variations. The main ingredients are corned beef, potatoes and beetroot, yes beetroot. An unusual addition I hear you cry, but it works surprising well. The potatoes and corned beef will be a cheap staple on any provisioning list and because this is a left-overs recipe then you could add anything that needs using up in the galley. With the added bonus of being quick to make this is one of those one-pot recipes that will be used again and again.