How to cook corned beef and cabbage

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Corned beef and cabbage is especially tender and juicy when prepared in a slow cooker. Using a crock pot is one of the easiest methods you can use to prepare this dish, which is otherwise a little complicated. Corned beef and cabbage is the perfect dish to make on St. Patrick’s day, or any time of year when you’re in the mood for something hearty. Read More…

I have a great recipe for corned beef and cabbage and now I have a ton of things to do tomorrow on top of cooking a large Irish meal. Can you please tell me how to cook it in the crock pot and for how long? Ill be adding carrots and cabbage to it. Not potatoes because Ill be making colcannon as a side dish. Thanks everyone and Happy St Pattys! Read More…

The pressure cooker has come to my rescue once again! I was planning on cooking corned beef in the slow cooker, but I forgot to start it in the morning and by the time I remembered I didn’t even have enough time to cook it in the oven. So I pulled out my old standby: the pressure cooker! Corned Beef usually takes 2 1/2 hours in the oven, but it only takes 45 – 50 minutes to cook corned been in the pressure cooker. That is big reduction in cooking time. Read More…

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St. Patrick’s Day is next week and it is the day to celebrate the Irish culture by drinking, and feasts! Do you know why we celebrate ‘being Irish’ every March 17th, and why we follow the same traditions like wearing green and eating corned beef and cabbage every year? I had the task at work to find out why, and now I am here to share with you what I learned. Read More…

I think it is time you tried Crock-Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage. Crockpot or Slow cooked corned beef and cabbage is so easy, I don’t really know why it isn’t always prepared this way. Read More…

This slow-cooker corned beef and cabbage recipe is super simple, you really shouldn’t wait until St. Patrick’s Day to make it. Enjoy it all year around. Read More…

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Corned beef and cabbage has long been a menu staple for those who celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. The popular go-to dish for the holiday has been transformed over the years, from the original Irish tradition of using pork and potatoes into Irish-Americans’ reinterpretation of corned beef and cabbage, and it’s a savory meal served up on lots of tables every March 17. Read More…

One of my favorite foods to cook and eat for St. Patrick’s Day is traditional corned beef and cabbage. It’s a comforting and nourishing combination of lean brine-cured beef brisket, slowly braised in broth (and beer, of course) with a generous assortment of vegetables, including big wedges of cabbage. Read More…

Attention leprechauns: St. Patrick’s Day is just 12 days away. Do you have your corned beef recipe ready? How do you like yours? We happen to like ours easy, nice and easy. That’s what slow cookers are for. So go ahead and have fun chasing rainbows and marching in your St. Patrick’s Day parade. We’ve got the perfect slow cooker corned beef and cabbage recipe for you. Read More…

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I made this over the weekend (used your husband’s recipe, lubby) and it was great. The recipe I’ve used in the past for corned beef and cabbage is one that requires simmering on the stove so with this one, it was nice not to have to watch it. The only change I’d make the next time I cook it is to add mustard, as your recipe suggested. Read More…

First let me say that I love Corned Beef and Cabbage and have always simmered my Corned Beef for hours before preparing the cabbage, onions, carrots, and potatoes. I have never cooked a Corned Beef in the oven so I wasn’t sure what to expect when I chose to smoke my first Corned Beef. Read More…

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