When you have a bit too much corned beef left over from supper the night before, try one of these dishes with the leftovers! When I make corned beef for my family, regardless of how much they appreciate it, they always let me have lots of leftovers.
Every one of these recipes is delicious; but, if you are the type of person who appreciates corned beef, cabbage, sauerkraut, and Reuben sandwiches, then you are going to go crazy for these dishes.
This Corned Beef Hash is a salty and tasty breakfast dish that is created with tender brisket, diced potatoes, and onions! It is simple to make and comes together in no time at all!
Have some corned beef left over from dinner? Create a homemade corned beef hash breakfast skillet by adding potatoes, onions, peppers, and eggs that have been baked in the skillet. Leftovers have never tasted better than they do when prepared using this recipe.
This delicious and simple Reuben Casserole contains all the elements that make a traditional Reuben sandwich one of the most popular sandwiches in the world. There are several layers of rye bread, fresh corned beef, thousand island dressing, and sauerkraut, and then a topping of shredded Swiss cheese that is creamy and melty.
This dish for shredded corned beef served on warmed flour tortillas and topped with a creamy cabbage-jalapeno salad and homemade thousand island dressing is a great way to celebrate Irish culture in a traditional fashion.
Fried rice is frequently used as a convenient vehicle for dumping leftovers. Dare we say it, but this corned beef fried rice is even better than the classic combination of corned beef and cabbage that was served.
This corned beef and cabbage skillet takes the classic flavors of a St. Patrick’s Day favorite and reduces the amount of time it takes to cook as well as prepare the dish to approximately thirty minutes. This hearty dinner is perfect for any night of the week!
In the recipe for Corned Beef Panini with Caramelized Guinness Onions, leftover corned beef is used to make a wonderful warm sandwich on marble rye bread with cheddar cheese, caramelized onions made with Guinness beer, and corned beef.
This list of foods appropriate for a St. Patrick’s Day party is all you’ll need to get the party started this weekend! Grab some green beer and get eating!
This Reuben Casserole has all of the flavor of your favorite sandwich, but without the bloating carbs and grains the sandwich possesses. Make a corned beef brisket specifically for this casserole, or use leftovers to make this dish for a fantastic way to put leftovers to good use.
Corned beef soup made with the corned beef you have left over from St. Patrick’s Day! Tonight’s dinner should be this chowder, which you can make in your Instant Pot, Ninja Foodi, or on the stovetop.
This recipe for Corned Beef Tater Tot Casserole calls for the use of corned beef, cabbage, and carrots that have been left over from another dish, as well as tater tots. This spicy dish including tater tots is a fan favorite in our house.
Fritters made with corned meat are an excellent way to use up any leftover corned beef. These corned pork fritters are delicious whether they are heated up or eaten cold.
The Shepherd’s Pie and the Corned Beef Hash that inspired this Corned Beef Cottage Pie are the parents of this delicious offspring. Prepare it with cooked corned beef, leftover corned beef, or corned beef from a can.
These Corned Beef and Cabbage Quesadillas are the ideal way to use up any leftover corned beef from the big St. Patrick’s Day feast that you may have.
The combination of eggs and corned beef hash results in an omelet that is flawless, satisfying, and absolutely delectable for breakfast. The recipe below is an excellent way to put any leftover corned beef from St. Patrick’s Day to good use.
Irish Nachos made with Corned Beef are a delicious and entertaining way to use up any leftover corned beef. Instead of tortilla chips, you can use paper-thin, crunchy potatoes!
Leftovers from a traditional Irish lunch are used to make a corned beef stew that is rich in flavor and velvety in texture.
These Corned Beef Melts are the ideal way to use up any leftover St. Patrick’s Day fare in your refrigerator. However, due to the fact that they are so tasty, you will feel compelled to prepare corned beef in order to have these sandwiches.
What can you do with the corned beef that’s still in the fridge after St. Patrick’s Day? You really ought to put it to good use and make some of these turnovers. They were intended to be hearty appetizers, but ended up becoming the main course instead.
It’s not hard to whip up a tasty dish like Corned Beef Macaroni & Cheese, which is a warm and comforting casserole.
This Corned Beef and Cabbage Soup Recipe is a fantastic way to use up any leftover corned beef you may have in your refrigerator. There’s no denying the popularity of corned beef hash, but I’ve got something new for you to try that the whole family will appreciate.
The leftover corned beef may be easily transformed into a hearty breakfast skillet by using a recipe called Crispy, Buttery Corned Beef Hash with Eggs. Ideal for putting those leftovers from St. Patrick’s Day to use!
This Keto Reuben Coleslaw Recipe is an incredible dish that can be ready in less than ten minutes thanks to its straightforward preparation.
You are going to fall in love with this recipe if you are seeking for a new take on the classic combination of corned beef and cabbage. This Corned Beef and Cabbage Eggroll Appetizer is fantastic when served as an appetizer, but it also works well when prepared for dinner.
These Corned Beef Cabbage Rolls condense all of the components of a traditional Corned Beef Dinner into adorable bite-sized packages.