I am a fan of corned beef hash, so when I came across a can of Hormel Mary Kitchen Roast Beef Hash at my local favorite grocery store, I was curious. This dish looked different. The price was right. I decided to buy it, try it out and write an unbiased product review all about my experience with it. Here is what I discovered!
I bought one can of Hormel Mary Kitchen Roast Beef Hash for two dollars. Not a bad deal considering that each can has two hearty servings in it. I love corned beef hash, but I had never tried roast beef hash. This product interested me. I wondered if it would be as good as corned beef hash and I figured that it probably would be. I could not wait to taste it.
This hash is perfect for microwave cooking, though you can also heat it up in a skillet on the stove top. I decided to prepare it in my microwave. I poured the contents of the can into a large microwave safe bowl, stirred, covered, heated on high for a few minutes, stirred well and served. This dish smelled good, but not as good as I thought it should. It looked great.
When I tasted Hormel Mary Kitchen Roast Beef Hash, I liked it. It is flavorful and has lots of potatoes and roast beef in it. Still, I admit, I was a bit disappointed by it. It is not nearly as tasty as corned beef hash, in my opinion. The flavor is smooth and subtle. If you are not a big fan of the spicy and bold flavor of corned beef, you might like this hash. I missed the bold flavor, however, and though, I liked this dish, it lacks the great taste that Hormel corned beef hash has. I probably will not be buying this one again. I rate it three stars out of five stars. It is alright, but not memorable. I do love many Hormel food products. They are usually budget friendly and good in quality.
One serving of this roast beef hash has 390 calories in it. It’s taste is not worth blowing a diet over. 220 of those calories are from fat. Iyiyi. One serving has 24 grams of total fat, omg, 10 grams of saturated fat, 1 gram of trans fat, 70 mg’s of cholesterol, 790 mg’s of sodium, 22 grams of total carbs, 2 grams of dietary fiber, 1 gram of sugars and 21 grams of protein. This dish does have lots of iron and protein in it. This hash contains beef, beef juices, rehydrated potatoes, water, salt, hydrolyzed soy, corn, wheat protein, flavoring, spice and sugar.
I enjoyed trying Hormel Mary Kitchen Roast Beef Hash and writing this food product review all about it. It is a different dish and if you like a subtle beef flavor along with your hash, this one may please you. Me, I will stick to corned beef hash. For more information about this and other Hormel brand products, you can visit the Hormel.com website.