Excellent traditional recipe for spiced beef. I added thick slices of rutabaga and some parsnips. The aroma was so heavenly our neighbors came to call. Beautifully arranged on a platter with speckled bread and a pint and who could ask for anything more? Perfect!
This was great! More flavorful than my usual recipe and I will definitely use it again! I did add 1 tsp of black peppercorns rather than the ground pepper and also 1 tsp of whole mustard seed. The cabbage was also wonderful, and DH loved the carrots, though I thought they were a little bitter. Thanks!!!
This was pretty good, as far as corned beef goes. I prepared this way ahead of time and cooked in the slow cooker. I'm glad I did too, because the Irish restaurant we went to for lunch ended up LACKING, so we went to an Italian place instead. (viva italia!!) We had our corned beef/cabbage, black and tans and Irish Rosie's Irish Soda Bread at home and enjoyed it all the more.
made it last night, very yummy
This was DELICIOUS! I made it tonight for St. Patrick's Day dinner. I loved the flavor, even though I'm not a huge fan of cabbage. Even my picky husband loved it! Thanks for the great recipe!
We had this tonight (day before St. Pat's) to celebrate the holiday. It was absolutely wonderful! It fell apart so easily, just melts in your mouth.
WOW!!! This was fantasiic!! My family and I loved it, even my 2 picky kids!! Thanks so much!!
My DW loves this recipe. Have never made corned beef before. I modified it for crockpot as I just don't have the time or patience. Turned out great... this is what I did. Corned beef seared all sides, fatty part on bottom then put in crockpot. Smallest red potatoes I could find, leaving most skin, removing eyes. Carrots peeled and in 3rds. Cabbage in quarters with stem holding together. Used spice if comes with corned beef or whole peppercorns, bay leaves, and combo of onion powder, whole cloves, garlic powder, and cinnamon. Added whole peeled garlic and onion if I could fit (threw away after, for flavor only). Add Guinness draught and water to fill rest. Crockpot on low for 10 hours. Sliced across the grain of meat and served with potatoes (and some carrots, although apparently Catholic Irish don't like Orange b/c it reminds them of the Orangemen). Yum! Thanks Dee!
This was my first time making corned beef and cabbage and I was excited that it turned out so well. This recipe was perfect! Thanks!
This is rating with out actually making your recipe, but this is the same recipe I have used for years. The only difference, I use a large onion and a few more spuds. It is exact down to all the spices. I mix of little of the broth with sour cream, horseradish and dijon mustard as a sauce JUST THOUGHT I WOULD POST THIS as St Patties day is coming up and this recipe is just a perfect one to use.