My wife hates corned beef, but corned beef hash is one of my favourite dishes. This makes a great compromise though by replacing the corned beef with chorizo. Like the original hash, it makes a great breakfast as well as dinner and is best served with a couple of eggs on top. I like to eat my corned beef hash with tomato ketchup, but I’m not sure I can recommend that for this recipe!
This is perhaps a slightly “fancier” recipe than I have posted before and you’ll need a sous-vide machine to really get the best results here. However, you could just cook the pork chops in a cast iron pan.
When cooking with different pans you’ve probably noticed that they heat up at different speeds and some pans hold their heat better than others. This is all to do with the construction of the pan and the metals that have been used.
The cast iron skillet is a must have for any home cook. If you’ve ever struggled to get a fantastic brown crust on your meat, or had problems with pans losing their heat when you fry, then this is the pan for you.