Don't be intimidated—curing your own corned beef is easier than it sounds. And thanks to the five-day brine time, the meat is super juicy.
Toss corned beef, cabbage, carrots, onions, potatoes, and spices into your slow cooker. Then let it do the work for you!
Bet you've never had a calzone like this! Wrap corned beef, caraway seeds, cabbage, and red onion in yummy pizza dough, and bake until it's a light golden brown.
This is not your average 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.
This meat-and-potatoes dinner is topped off with a delish homemade mustard-and-honey dressing.
It's tough to say who benefits more from this mashup: the grilled cheese that gets dressed up with corned beef or the corned beef that's taken to the next level with Swiss and sauerkraut. Either way, this easy sandwich is super satisfying.
Another traditional take, this combo of mixed dried fruit, orange juice, molasses, and corned beef might be an underdog at your next family gathering, but we're sure your guests will be extremely impressed once they take a bite.