This Corned Beef Hash Wrap Will Cure Your Mardi Gras Hangover

Ibuprofen not included.

FNK HANGOVER CORNED BEEF HASH WRAP Food Network Kitchen Food Network Flour Tortillas, Unsalted Butter, Mayonnaise, Yellow Mustard, Hash Brown Patty, Corned Beef Egg, Pickle Chips

Photo by: Matt Armendariz ©2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Matt Armendariz, 2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Partying hard this Mardi Gras? There’s no judgement here — between the drinks, food and atmosphere, it’s hard to resist. But after all the hurricane passion punch and vieux carre cocktails, we’re willing to bet you’re waking up with a headache and an intense craving for something salty, carb-y and downright delicious. We get it — and we’re here to help.

When you’re feeling a bit (ahem) under the weather, look no further than the hangover corned beef hash wrap. This genius breakfast is filled with everything you want when you’re feeling a little worse for the wear — crunchy hash browns, salty corned beef, pickles, eggs and a squeeze of ketchup. And, since it’s all wrapped up in one delicious tortilla, it’s easily moved from the kitchen to the couch — so key when you’re trying to bounce back in the morning.

If you're feeling daunted by the thought of actually cooking, consider this: with pre-cooked corned beef (pro tip: swing by the deli the day before) and frozen hash browns, this breakfast wrap is about as hands-off as you can get. Plus, it’s much easier than throwing on fresh clothes and sunglasses to head to your neighborhood breakfast spot.

Bonus? That corned beef is just the ticket to set the mood for St. Patrick’s Day. Bring on the next party!

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