Top Rated Corned Beef Recipes

Maple-glazed Corned Beef with Orange and Stout recipe
This recipe takes regular corned beef and creates a completely different flavor for your taste buds. Try this corned beef dish with a sweet, peppery maple glaze and roasted with an Irish stout beer and orange slices.
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Corned Beef Lasagna
Have some leftovers after your St. Patrick's Day party and have no idea what to do with it? Use this recipe to transform your leftovers into a delicious lasagna. This dish is packed with layers of potatoes, vegetables, corned beef and more.Recipe courtesy of Ed Kowalski
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Slow Cooker Guinness Corned Beef Tacos
Need a recipe that will add a twist to a classic St.Patrick's Day dish? Try this corned beef taco accompanied with a Guinness cheddar sauce and pickled cabbage slaw, all cooked with a slow cooker.Recipe courtesy of Beth Ebin
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Cheesy pasta with caramelized onions and corned beef
This pasta dish is worth making for dinner tonight. Take some leftover corned beef and combine your favorite pasta noodle with a mix of gooey cheeses and caramelized onions to create this filling meal. Of course, you can also omit the meat to make it vegetarian. 
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Corned Beef and Pickle Dip
This corned beef recipe is delicious as a sandwich spread or a dip for vegetables.Recipe courtesy of Beef. It's What's for Dinner.
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4.5
If you have a lot to cook in the evening or other dishes to prepare for a party, this corned beef can be prepared earlier in the day to free up time later on. This recipe is by Laura Frankel and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune
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Warm Corned Beef sandwich with Black Pepper Mayo recipe
If you've been heading to the delicatessen every time you crave a corned beef sandwich, we're here to tell you that you can make a restaurant-quality one at home in just 10 minutes. We recommend enjoying this sandwich warm on delicious rye bread with zesty, peppery horseradish mayo. You can toast the rye bread if desired, but I like the texture of untoasted bread with warm corned beef. 
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Brown sugar-glazed corned beef
This version of corned beef has sweet and savory notes, and can be made spicy with the optional addition of cayenne pepper.This recipe by Laura Frankel appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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Homemade Corned Beef
By doing a little planning and allowing enough time, you can enjoy homemade corned beef this St. Patrick's Day. This recipe calls for TCM, which is also called "pink salt." According to chef James P. DeWan, it's a "mixture of sodium nitrite and salt called 'tinted curing mixture' (TCM) — aka 'pink salt' or 'curing salt,'" he writes. "TCM is available online or in restaurant supply stores under names like Prague Powder, Insta-Cure or Morton's Curing Salt. It prevents the growth of the bacteria that cause botulism. It also provides flavor and gives corned beef its distinctive red color rather than have it turn a dismal gray."This recipe is by James P. DeWan, chef and culinary instructor at Chicago's Kendall College, and is an adaptation of a recipe by his Kendall colleague, chef Pierre Checchi. This recipe was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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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.
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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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Reuben
This hot American sandwich is truly a classic recipe with corned beef, melted Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and creamy Russian or Thousand Island dressing all on fresh rye bread. You can make this into a Rachel Sandwich by substituting the pastrami for the corned beef, and serve both of them at your next luncheon. ​
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