Today’s CornSiLog breakfast is brought to you by Highlands GOLD Corned Beef…. LOL! No, seriously. Friends from Highlands Corned Beef sent over a few cans of their new Highlands Gold Corned Beef yesterday. And I couldn’t think of a better way to try it than by cooking it into one of our favorite breakfast : CornSiLog (CORNed Beef, SInangag, and itLOG).
I told you you’d be seeing more SiLogs meals here than before because it’s easy to prepare and heavy in the tummy — perfect for my darling husband and daughter. (Check out: LongSiLog, SpamSiLog, HotSiLog)
I’ve tried Highlands Corned Beef when it first came out in the market. It’s beefy and flavorful and made with Angus Beef.
Yesterday, I just found out they released a new product called Highlands Gold Corned Beef. I think this is more of a high end Highlands Corned Beef, hence the “Gold” in the label. I must say it did not disappoint. It could be compared to my current favorite brand right now which is Palm Corned Beef. It is beefy, succulent, and has longer strands than the red Highlands Corned Beef. I like my corned beef with long strands so I can see how meaty it is.
Highlands Gold Corned Beef is definitely a premium breed of corned beef. If you don’t believe me, try it out for yourself. I’m sure you’ll taste the difference.Print
CornSiLog ( Corned Beef, Sinangag, Itlog) with Highlands Gold Corned Beef
For the CORNED BEEF HASH
- 1 large potato, diced
- 3 tbsp of oil
- 2 cloves garlic, minced
- 1 white onion chopped
- 1 can Highlands Gold Corned Beef
- 1/4 cup water
For the Garlic Rice
- 4 cloves garlic, minced
- 2 tbsp oil
- 5 cups cooked rice
- 2 tsp fish sauce
- 3 sunny side up egg
For the CORNED BEEF HASH
- Heat oil in a non-stick skillet and fry potatoes until brown on the edges.Remove from pan and set aside.
- Lessen the oil in the pan to 1 tbsp. and then sauté garlic and onions until it becomes translucent.
- Add Highlands Gold Corned Beef and stir. Add fried potatoes and water.
- Bring to a boil and simmer for 30 seconds.
- Turn off heat and set aside while you cook the garlic rice.
For the Garlic Rice
- Heat oil in a pan and sauté garlic until fragrant.
- Add rice and mix well. Continue stirring for about 1-2 minutes.
- Drizzle with fish sauce and continue mixing for 30 seconds.
- Turn off heat and transfer to a serving plate.
- Serve Garlic Rice with Corned Beef and sunny side up egg.
I know it’s OT but can I just tell you how I love love LOVE your blog photos?! Nakakagutoooooom!!!
Anyway, I think I should give that highlands corned beef a try. 🙂
Thank you so so much Celerhina!
I love corned beef but I haven’t tried this brand yet.
I’m sure you’ll love this brand Michi!
That is some tasty looking corn beef. Frankly I am VERY surprised it came out of a can. I am impressed.
I really miss corned beef. Cornsilog is one of our favorites when my husband and I were still in the University.
It’s very easy to prepare, I’m sure you’ll find time to eat it.
Haven’t tried the one with angus beef yet.
You should!! Do you eat canned goods ba?
I love corned beef but I haven’t tried Highlands yet. Looks yummy in your photos. Gotta try it!
i should search this highlands products here in negros and try it out, so “gutom” now! hahaha
LOL! I’m sure you’ll find one.
I am so going to try this! Looks promising. I’ve tried the red one and it was good, not in a mediocre way so this must be better!
Yeah, this is better than the red highlands
Haven’t tried this brand at present, and I’m sure it’s good with fried eggs. Nice breakfast recipe.
Mas gusto ko ang corned beef dyan satin, dito kasi suoer chunky and fatty. Yum!
Lahat mommy Rose? Wala bang healthy version?
Looks very inviting breakfast. I see this type of meal too more often now and yes it is indeed easy to prepare.
It makes it the ideal breakfast, specially if you don’t have much time.
I love Highlands Corned Beef! However, this is the first time I’ve heard of their Gold version. I’m sure it’s as yummy as you say it is. Will look for it on my next grocery trip!
Tell me if you like it Janice ha..
I’ll give it a try for this brand when going in SM supermarket. It looks good with fried eggs.
It is great with fried rice and fried egg.
De-lata food like this makes the life of parents easier in preparing food for children especially breakfast. It’s so easy to do and tastes great.
So true!! This is our go to food when we’re too tired.
Will definitely try this new Gold Highland! Thanks for sharing your recipe. Nice photos nagugutom na tuloy ako.
You’re welcome Razel. I’m sure you’ll like it.
This is one my most favorite ulams of all. Thank you for sharing your recipe!
You’re welcome 🙂
If ever, this will be the first time I’m going to try another brand other than Purefoods (except maybe Libby’s) and only because you say it’s premium breed, haha. 🙂
Tell me if you like it or not ha. 🙂
Do their corned beefs taste better than most inexpensive brands of corned beef? My brother likes to eat corned beef that`s why I always eat corned beef too.
Yes! it does. You have to try it.
I like corned beef because of its taste and it’s also easy to digest.
I like it because it’s delish!
I also like highlands.. its taste differs from the corned beef i grew up with. heehhe
I agree Janine.
This is one of our go to food when we’re both tired from work. Hubs still prefers Purefoods but I like tgebtexture and taste of Highlands better
I love Palm and Delimondo as well.
I am craving for a CORNSILOG! I will try to find a highlands at my place.
If you can’t find highlands, try Palm corned beef
It’s been awhile since I had one – it makes me want to crave for it for tomorrow.
highlands corned beef is a family favorite. will try to do this myself in the next days. 🙂
I miss eating corned beef. I used to have this back home, cheap and just easy to grab for any meal of the day.