What To Do With Leftover Corned Beef Vegetables

Corned Beef and Cabbage Soup in the Instant Pot, Crock Pot, Slow Cooker

It’s quick and simple to make corned beef and cabbage soup in the Instant Pot. Press the saut√© button and select the “normal” setting on your Instant Pot. Add roughly one tablespoon of oil to the pressure cooker when the screen reads “HOT.” Then add your cabbage and saute about 3 minutes. In the Instant Pot, add the onions, celery, and carrots. Saut√© for an additional three minutes.

Stir the corned beef, potatoes, stock, and/or water into the Instant Pot along with the remaining ingredients.

Close the Instant Pot’s lid and set the valve to the “SEAL” position. After selecting “CANCEL,” press “PRESSURE COOK,” and set the timer for fifteen minutes. After the cooking time is finished, quickly release the pressure and enjoy.

Our Best Ideas for Leftover Corned Beef

Corned beef is one of our favorite dishes for St. Patrick’s Day, but making a juicy, tender one is a true labor of love. Cooking a cured brisket will still take several hours, even if you purchase one already cured, which will save you a ton of brining time. You’ll have leftovers unless you’re cooking for a large group on March 17th, but that’s one of the best reasons to prepare your own food. You’ll have no trouble using up your extras because corned beef is the ideal addition to everything from soups and sandwiches to casseroles and quiche. And you’ll discover that everything you incorporate it into tastes even better as a result. One such example is this easy-to-make casserole that tastes like a Western omelet but is enhanced with crunchy potato skins and flavorful corned beef.

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Enhance the taste of your standard meatloaves by incorporating some incredibly flavorful corned beef. Although this recipe calls for deli-sliced beef, cooking a whole corned beef brisket the day before would make it just as simple to chop up any leftovers.

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Cabbage and Corned Beef Soup

Most people make corned beef hash with leftover corned beef. Even though I absolutely adore corned beef hash, I was hoping for something a little bit unique. It’s not necessary to wait for St. Patrick’s Day to enjoy corned beef; leftovers make for an equally tasty combination with cabbage soup.

What To Do With Leftover Corned Beef Vegetables