Full-flavored and fulfilling. Savory and substantial. Cooked corned beef, potatoes and onions, seasoned for perfection. Ready to griddle or saute. Exactly what great corned beef hash should be.
- Minimal labor - no mixing or thawing
- Shelf stable
- Convenient storage and preparation to reduce cost and increase profit
- Cooked Before Canning proprietary formulation.
- Superior steam table holding time of 8 hours.
- 4 grams of Fiber
- 18 grams of Protein per serving
BEEF AND COOKED CORNED BEEF (BEEF, WATER, SALT, SUGAR, SODIUM NITRITE), REHYDRATED POTATOES, POTATOES, WATER, 2% OR LESS OF SALT, SUGAR, DRIED ONIONS, ASCORBIC ACID, GUM ARABIC, NATURAL FLAVOR, SODIUM NITRITE, SULFITING AGENTS.
|Per 1 cup (247 g)||Daily Value (%)|
|Total Fat||35 g||45|
|Saturated Fat||15 g||75|
|Trans Fat||1.5 g|
|Dietary Fiber||3 g||10|
|Total Sugars||3 g|
|Includes Added Sugars||2 g|
|Vitamin D||0 mcg||0|
% daily values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet
- STOVETOP/GRIDDLE: Heat contents of #10 can in heavy skillet or directly on griddle, stirring frequently, over medium heat (until center of product is 165°F).
- STEAM JACKETED KETTLE: Heat contents of #10 can, stirring frequently (until center of product is 165°F).
- PRESSURE OR CONVECTION STEAMER: Place contents of #10 can in half steamtable pan, covered tightly with plastic wrap. Steam in pressure or convection steamer 15-20 minutes (until center of product is 165°F).
MICROWAVE OVEN: Microwave in microwave-safe container, covered with plastic wrap and vented. Stir once during heating. Heat until center of product is 165°F. Note: Microwave ovens vary, adjust time accordingly.
600-700 WATT OVEN: Heat 1 cup for 2 1/2 - 3 minutes; Heat 1 quart for 6 - 7 minutes.
1000 WATT OVEN: Heat 1 cup for 1 1/2 - 2 minutes; Heat 1 quart for 5 - 6 minutes.
|Pack Size||6 x 107 oz|
|Pack Yield||96 fl oz|
|Case Yield||576 fl oz|
|Servings Per Case||72|
|Net Weight||40 lbs|
|Gross Weight||45.4 lbs|
|Case Height||7.1 in|
|Case Width||12.5 in|
|Case Length||18.5 in|
|Case Cube||0.95 ft3|
|Cases Per Layer||8|
|Layers Per Pallet||7|
|Total Cases Per Pallet||56|
4 fluid ounces heated on a stove or grilled until lightly browned. Serve alone in a bowl, with toast, or topped with fried eggs.
|Serving Size||1 cup (8.92 oz.)|
|Meat or Meat Alternate||2.5 oz.|
|Vegetable or Fruit||0.75 cup|
|Purchase Unit||#10 can|
|Servings Per Purchase Unit||12|
|Purchase Units Per 100 Servings||8.3 cans|
How does Chef-mate can its food?
Chef-mate uses its proprietary Cooked Before Canning (CBC) method. Most bulk canned food is cooked during the canning process, which often overcooks food near the edges and creates a metallic taste. Chef-mate products are Cooked Before Canning to ensure quality taste, color, and texture in every can. To learn more, WATCH THIS VIDEO.
Can Chef-mate products be frozen after the can is opened?
No. Store remaining unheated portions of Chef-mate products in a tightly sealed plastic container and refrigerate.
How can Chef-mate products be prepared?
Chef-mate products can be prepared on a stovetop, a steam jacketed kettle, pressure or convection steamer, or a microwave oven. See the "Preparation & Storage" tab for complete details.