Crock Pot Corned Beef & Cabbage

"I found this recipe through a Florida's Natural e-mail newsletter. I am copying the recipe from the Florida Natural website to share with the 'Zaar community. I have not tried this yet, but hope to soon. Please let me know how you liked it. :) St. Patrick's day is just around the corner, but really any time is a good time for good ol' corned beef and cabbage! :D (Even with my IBS I might have to try this!) Per the website's description: "No St. Patrick's Day dinner is complete without the Irish-American favorite, corned beef and cabbage. This recipe makes the preparations a bit easier by using a crock pot to cook both the beef and the cabbage.""
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  • Put all ingredients in a crock pot in order listed, except for the cabbage.
  • Cover and cook on low for about 8 hours (about 5 hours on high).
  • Add cabbage, cover and cook for one more hour or until tender.
  • Serves 6-8.

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  1. Delicious -- dh said it was the best corned beef we've ever had! Thanks for sharing this keeper!
  2. This was a very tasty corn beef which the DM, Ds and myself thoroughly enjoyed for dinner with creamy mashed potatoes and a cheesy white sauce :yuumy: The only suggestion I would give is that you pierce the cloves into the cut of meat (then you will have no one biting on one accidently - they taste foul). I'm not sure if your brisket is the same as ours but I used what we call a corned beef cut which is like a topside roast which has been brined and cut off the excess fat from the bottom leaving a minimal amount on top and proceeded as directed. Thank you blancpage. Made for Recipe Swap #15 - April 2008
  3. Very good recipe for crockpot Corned Beef and Cabbage. The orange juice blended well with all the ingredients. I will be making this again as it is very simple to make. Thanks for posting.


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