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Dinner

Corned Beef Cabbage Rolls

 


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  • Easy

Prep
Difficulty
Easy

over 1 hour

Time
Estimate
over 1 hour

Start with the Corned Beef and Cabbage, either roasted or Slow-Cooked. The leftovers can then be wrapped and rolled into the Cabbage Rolls. Then roast in the flavorful Guinness spiked broth.


Recipes for this Meal


Winter
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Corned Beef & Cabbage

Not originally part of Irish cuisine, this dish is an Irish-American tradition from New England. You will find this pickled beef boiled with potatoes and cabbage throughout the US, especially on St. Patrick’s Day. Our version hangs out in the oven for a few hours instead of being boiled.


Winter
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Corned Beef Cabbage Rolls

Two beloved cabbage dishes come together in this delicious twist. To make it even fancier, they are drizzled with a guinness enhanced sauce to finish it off. Just a few slices or shreds of leftover corned beef and potatoes are wrapped into leaves of cabbage. Leftover potatoes (or other roots) cooked alongside the corned beef work well for this dish, but alternatively cook the potatoes in a small pot of broth or salted water. Guinness is not gluten-free, but you could substitute red wine or hard cider for a different, but still tasty experience.