We loved this recipe for corned beef...it was fast and easy and tasted wonderful...thanks so much for sharing it.
Yum and super easy to make. I am looking forward to many leftovers and sandwiches. Thanks for posting.
Quick and easy,and super good.I added a few red potatoes.My cabbage haters even liked the roast,even though they left the cabbage behind
Yummy fast, quick and oh sooo good. Almost the whole roast was eaten up in one setting. I love dishes you can make and forget about it until dinner. I cooked cabbage seperately as there were so many reviews that said it was overcooked. I also added 1/2 of the season packet from the corned beef. Update: March 11 2010 I sent recipe to a friend and she cooked a 3 1/2 lb corned beef for 6 hours and it was tender and tasty. though she used the whole amount of liquid called for + as I, she also used season packet.
Good recipe! I made this last night, after finding a very large corned beef in the bottom of my freezer! Mine took a bit longer in the crockpot, only cuz the roast was very large. I followed the recipe exactly and it was so good. I will use this recipe again, I liked it cuz I could fix it and forget it. thank you for sharing your recipe with us.
Made as directed but used basalmic vinegar.. Enjoyed it very much.. Nora
Very good recipe!! I added more garlic and used chicken broth, for flavor. I keep telling my hubby, I used to hate cabbage as a child, but I have found recipes that have helped me to love it!!
Thank you Miss Annie. It turned out perfectly! My DH asked for me to add carrots and potatoes as wellâ€¦..Yummmmm, really wonderful. Also important, it was super easy!
The easiest corned beef recipe in the world and it tastes amazing! The vinegar and sugar really do an amazing trick on the cabbage. Make sure to add extra cabbage as people will be wanting seconds and thirds of it.
This was sooo good. I've never made corned beef before and didn't know what to expect. I cooked the corned beef in the crock pot the night before with the onions and red potatoes. Then, the next day when I got home from work, I just seperated the corned beef from the onions and potatoes. I put them in seperate baking dishes with a little juice in each baking dish and put the remainding juice in one more baking dish. I put the cabbage in the last baking dish and cooked at 425 degrees for about 45 min covered. So yummy and an easy! I surely will be making this again