- 2 pounds beef brisket (corned)
- 1 onion (medium, sliced)
- 6 red potatoes (peeled and halved)
- 2 cups baby carrots
- 1 cup beef bouillon
- 1 garlic clove (minced)
- 1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce
- 1 teaspoon dry mustard
- 1 cabbage (small, cut into wedges)
- 1 teaspoon caraway seed
- 1 cup beef broth
|Calories370Calories from Fat80|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
LUTHER B. 2 months ago
Just what I was looking for. I added 1/2 cup of distilled spirits. I wanted to add a pint of beer, but didn't have any handy. I could have skipped it, but I'm the cook and I get to decide. I cooked it on HIGH for about 8 hours. The meat was tender and fell apart. 12 guests didn't leave much for corned beef hash the next day. I should have added more potatoes. I had leftover carrots but the potatoes were mostly gone.
Lauren Baddar 3 months ago
Very flavorful. The meat was not as tender as I expected and we probably could have cut the cabbage amount in 1/2. That said the meat was devoured.
harrisgirl4 3 months ago
Amazing & so easy! Followed exactly & it was full of flavor. Meat was perfect & vegetables were not over cooked. Thank you!
Cathy 3 months ago
Very good flavor! Tasted like pastrami
YumChef 3 months ago
Made this. No flavor and was definitely not pink, tasted like a roast, not impressed.recipe called for a spice packet that I never read anything about. The meat was on top of the liquid and never got near the flavors.
Patty 3 months ago
I followed the directions, cooking on low vs high, and it turned out perfectly!!! I used to simmer all in a pot (how my mom cooked it as I was growing up), but slow cooking was much better. Corn beef was tender, and all the vegetables had great flavor! It’s a keeper!
Hubly 3 months ago
This was very good. I only put in 1/4 cup of Broth because I knew there would be a vast excess of liquid. It was plenty. Putting the cabbage in near the end is a good idea, otherwise it would have been a soggy mess.
Mare 3 months ago
Very good. The potatoes had delicious flavour.
Cheryl Christian 3 months ago
it turned out good my family loved it
Margaret 3 months ago
Unfortunately tried with the apple cider vinegar:( Should have stuck with the original recipe. The taste was just vinegar through and through. So disappointing. I gave this 4 stars because it prob would have been wonderful if not for the vinegar choice. I’m not sure why the Irish would eat it like that.
Riskus 3 months ago
EXCELLENT!! Will have again!
Ken 3 months ago
Perfect taste and meat cooked great
Janice 3 months ago
Interesting that your friend from Ireland knew about corned beef and cabbage. In my travels in Ireland, I found no one who knew what the dish was. Cracke me up!!!! So, just put the vinegar in with all of the other ingredients?
Joe S. 3 months ago
Judy, do you add the beef broth and all other ingredients along with the 2 cups of Apple Cider Vinegar???
Judy 3 months ago
...but the REAL secret to this dish is to add 2 cups of apple cider vinegar while cooking. My family never liked this dish, until a friend from Ireland told me this secret! : )
jane h. a year ago
A little too salty. I may have left in slow cooker too long it was a little dry
kimberly b. a year ago
I added two bay leaves, 6 cloves and some pepper. It turned out great.
Patti Jones a year ago
Potatoes kind of deteriorated so Inwould leave those whole but corned beef was amazing!!
Greetings a year ago
Fantastic! Best corned beef i ever made highly recommended
Jess a year ago
So good and simple to make! Made it before work, cooked on low for about 10 hours. My friends loved it! I wish I had leftovers!
Josie C. a year ago
Easy to prepare, can’t wait to eat!
Charles Mione a year ago
great , would make it again
Renee Collins a year ago
Added 2 bay leaves and used all beef broth. Also, just put whole garlic cloves on top of carrots & onion before added corned beef. Plan on adding cabbage 1 hour before done. No potatoes 3/17/19: this year, 2 cups beef broth, 2 Tbsp sugar, 2 Tbsp cider vinegar & 1 tsp dry mustard. Put beef on bottom, sprinkle with some of spice mix and 1 bay leaf. Add carrots & potatoes & 1/2 onion on top. Sprinkle rest of seasoning. Pour broth over enough to cover. Add cabbage 2 hours before done.
Terri Baker a year ago
Good no problems and tasted good too!
Evelina K. a year ago
I was not able to read the directions because of the pop ups
Richard Rapp a year ago
hard to mess this one up, If you follow the instructions you will end up with left over potatoes and cabbage. Put in more corned beef than you think you want.
Colleen M. a year ago
Deb C.,Me too! My Momma taught us to brown the meat in help with the seasoning infusion and then boil at a slow simmer. 45 minutes before the beef is done, add the carrots. 15 minutes after that, add the potatoes. 15 minutes before serving, add the cabbage. Cooking it this way for 30 some years and haven't had a complaint yet!
Deb C. a year ago
I love corn beef and cabbage and always make it for St Patrick's day, but my recipe is very different. I use mustard seeds, dill seeds, caraway seeds, and bay leaves. I have never used beef broth or bullion, just add enough water to almost cover and a beer.
Schuyler C. a year ago
Not bad, but about twice as many ingredients as I would normally use. The onion and garlic provides plenty of flavor, so I ignore all the extra seasonings.
David Appleby a year ago
Great with loads of flavour.