Mustard Glazed Corned Beef

Total Time
6hrs 30mins
Prep 30 mins
Cook 6 hrs

Best St. Patrick's Day Corned Beef Recipe I've ever had.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. About 6 hours before serving, put first 7 ingredients in slow cooker on high for 3 hours Turn to low for 2 additional hours Remove and let rest for 15 minute Slice meat and arrange on oven-proof dish. In bowl mix brn. sugar, mustard and kethchup. Spread on top and between meat slices; bake 20 minute at 350 degrees, until glaze is browned.
  2. Sauteed Cabbage: Slice cabbage in chunks. Add salt and sugar. Saute until cabbage is tender-crisp.
  3. Orange Baby Carrots: In pan over med. heat, melt marmalade, add orange juice, parsley and salt to boiling. Add baby carrots (drained), until heated through. Arrnge on large platter and serve.


Most Helpful

I also used only the glaze portion of this recipe and it was delicious! I would like to try the cabbage part... well the whole thing looks great. Thank you!

Chef TanyaW March 18, 2015

This review is only for the glaze and cabbage, which were great. I slow-cooked my corned beef on low for 10 hours, then glazed it and browned it in the oven at 450 for about 8 minutes. This worked out really well, because I roasted potatoes, carrots and shallots at that temp. While the brisket and potatoes were getting done, I sauteed the cabbage on the stove. My once-a-year corned beef and cabbage dinner was really delicious!

soxendine March 17, 2012

I only used the glaze part of this recipe on a crock potted corned beef, and I also didn't bother slicing it before putting it back in the oven with the glaze. It was fantastic -- everyone loved it and I will do this from now on with my corned beefs. It's the same difference as a plain ham (yummy as is) vs. a glazed ham (even yummier, and cuts some of the saltiness).

motoe January 10, 2008

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