Hash tables are a fundamental data structure in many network applications, including route lookups, packet classification and monitoring. Often a part of the data path, they need to operate at wire-speed. However, several associative memory accesses are needed to resolve collisions, making them slower than required. This motivates us to consider minimal perfect hashing schemes, which reduce the number of memory accesses to just 1 and are also space-efficient. Existing perfect hashing algorithms are not tailored for network applications because they take too long to construct and are hard to implement in hardware. This paper introduces a hardware-friendly scheme for minimal perfect hashing, with space requirement approaching 3.7 times the information theoretic lower bound. Our construction is several orders faster than existing perfect hashing schemes. Instead of using the traditional mapping-partitioning-searching methodology, our scheme employs a Bloom filter, which is known for its simplicity and speed. We extend our scheme to the dynamic setting, thus handling insertions and deletions.