How To Make Irish Corned Beef And Cabbage

Traditional Irish Corned Beef and Cabbage

Are you trying to think of a delicious yet easy recipe for St. For St. Patrick’s Day, try this delicious recipe for corned beef and cabbage, which is sure to wow your loved ones. My Mom would make this dish every St. Patrick’s Day. She would even prepare a batch for one of the Irish priests at our church because she loved it so much. Because this recipe is so simple, you too can partake in this Irish tradition. Try Mississippi pot roast, Irish stew, hamburger stew, and cottage pie if you enjoy this recipe.

Best Ever Corned Beef and Cabbage

Talk about a tried-and-true recipe—my family has been making this dish for decades, and it’s an Irish American dish that isn’t all that popular in Ireland—that I look forward to making every year. It tastes really good and is actually very easy to make. I am so excited for everyone to give it a try this year!

Is it Better to Bake or Boil Corned Beef

It goes without saying that we like boiling, and that’s probably how most people cook corned beef. This tougher cut of meat can be made as tender and moist as possible by boiling it in liquid.

How to Serve Corned Beef and Cabbage

Cut the meat against its grain and arrange it onto a large serving dish. Surround it with the cabbage wedges, potatoes, and carrots. Place a ladle or two of the broth on the platter, garnish with parsley, and place it in the middle of the table so that guests can help themselves.

Serve with your preferred mustard and, if desired, with a horseradish and sour cream sauce. In Ireland, parsley sauce—basically, a white sauce with a lot of chopped parsley—may be served with corned beef. I took a quick, no-cook spin on that concept by adding sour cream, horseradish, and parsley.

How To Make Irish Corned Beef And Cabbage