Top Rated Corned Beef Recipes

Corned Beef Egg Rolls
This twist on traditional corned beef and cabbage is a special St. Patrick's Day item at Sláinte Irish Pub and Kitchen. Made with carrots, onion, celery, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and Thousand Island dressing, it's the perfect appetizer for any St. Patrick's Day celebration.
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Corned Beef and Cabbage
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Though it's fashionable to announce that corned beef and cabbage is more Irish-American than true Irish, the fact is that — while "bacon" (i.e., cured pork loin) and cabbage is more common in Ireland today — corned beef has long been happily consumed by the Irish, especially on special occasions, like St. Patrick's Day, for centuries, with cabbage, potatoes, and other accompaniments. 
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By doing a little planning and choosing your own piece of choice brisket, you can enjoy corned beef like never before.
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You don’t have to be Irish to appreciate a great corned beef.  And to make the ultimate corned beef, using Samuel Adams Boston Lager or Irish Red as a base for this classic brine will only make everything better.  
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corned beef and Brussels sprouts
Faire of Raleigh provides this delicious twist on an Irish classic: corned beef and cabbage. Instead of cabbage, this recipe benefits from the substitution of a Brussels sprout hash that will make you want seconds and maybe even thirds.
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Corned Beef and Cabbage with White Wine Mustard Sauce
The white wine mustard sauce in this recipe comes straight from Ireland, and it's a decadent twist on the traditional mustard sauce, both savory and tart at the same time. This dish goes well with brown bread and butter.
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Mom's corned beef and cabbage.
Growing up in New York, you co-opt quintessential dishes from the city's other immigrants. I'm Italian-American, but I have legacy recipes for chopped liver and corned beef and cabbage. My mother makes corned beef and cabbage the way she saw it made while growing up in Queens. It's easy and straightforward with, as she says, "just one secret." Garlic. She makes cuts all over the corned beef and inserts slivers of fresh garlic — it pumps up the flavor.Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: One-Pot Meals.Click here to see 6 Inspired Takes on Corned Beef and Cabbage.
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Corned Beef and Cabbage
Executive Chef Phil Conlon of Columbus Tavern in New York City Shares His Favorite Version of Corned Beef and Cabbage 
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Corned Beef Puffs
These corned beef puffs were developed by the chefs in our test kitchens, and they're perfect for St. Patrick's Day or any other festive occasion when you need to have a few passed hors d'oeuvres around for guests to enjoy.
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Corned beef and cabbage is a festive dish that is often associated with Saint Patrick’s Day. Make a little extra and use the leftovers for Reuben sandwiches or corned beef and hash. Click here to see How to Make the Ultimate Corned Beef and Cabbage
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McReuben Corned Beef Sandwich
Forget about cheeseburgers, greasy pizza, and tacos as late-night fare. Enter the classic Reuben sandwich; delicious and classic in its own right, but sadly, a bit forgotten. And on St. Patrick's Day, serve it as a delicious party-friendly finger food twist on traditional corned beef and cabbage.
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Bell Peppers
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