Delicious Corned Beef Recipes to Enjoy Beyond St. Patrick's Day
If you've ever wondered how corned beef is made, now's your chance to experience the process by doing it yourself. Don't be intimidated: Curing your own corned beef is easier than it sounds. After you get the pickling spices and liquid prepped, the beef gets a five-day brine. You'll enjoy the juicy, tender corned beef and cabbage with pride knowing you made it all on your own.
Corned Beef and Cabbage Calzone
Bet you've never had a calzone like this before. Wrap corned beef, caraway seeds, cabbage, and red onion in purchased or homemade pizza dough, and bake until it's a light golden brown. This is a great way to use up any leftovers from St. Patrick's Day. And if you don't have any corned beef on hand, you can easily substitute cooked ham or turkey.
Corned Beef and Cabbage
Here it is! The traditional corned beef and cabbage recipe you're looking for. This corned beef slow-cooker recipe is the perfect hands-off meat-and-potato meal for the family. And since it only requires five ingredients, you'll have everything put together in the cooker and ready to go in no time.
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Corned Beef and Cabbage Salad
This is not your average veggie salad, but that doesn't mean making it is difficult. After preparing the greens, whisk together and drizzle the dressing. Then top with corned beef, cheese, and croutons. It's the perfect 30-minute meal for a busy weeknight.
Corned Beef, Cabbage, Carrots, and New Potatoes
Here's 25-minute corned beef and cabbage recipe worthy of a St. Patrick's Day feast (or anytime). In addition to cabbage, we've thrown in carrots and new potatoes to make your dinner more comforting. The veggies are broiled on a baking pan to give them color and a slightly crisp texture. A delicious homemade spicy-sweet mustard dressing brings the dish together.
Orange-Spiced Corned Beef with Dried Fruit
For a slightly more sophisticated corned beef recipe, consider this orange-spiced version. The slow cooker beef features an irresistible combo of mixed dried fruit, spices, orange juice, and molasses for a truly impressive entreé. This would be delicious served with mashed potatoes and your favorite vegetable sides.
New England Boiled Dinner
This one-pot dinner is one of the easiest ways to get your corned beef and cabbage fix. After allowing the corned beef to boil on the stovetop, throw in your carrots, cabbage, and potatoes. For an extra treat, we've also included some parsnips to add a slightly sweet, nutty flavor to the dish.