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Corned Beef Brisket with Cabbage

Corned Beef Brisket with Cabbage recipe
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With just a wee bit o’ prep, you'll be on your way to serving up this succulent classic. In this version, the horseradish punch is tamed with the sweetness of maple-flavore...read more
time
prep:
20 min
total:
4 hr 40 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
8/20/2005
This was the best corned beef I've ever made. I've made it twice and will continue to do so. Family loved it.
posted:
8/19/2005
I loved making this recipe!!! My husband traditionally is not a corned beef eater, but raves when I make this recipe for dinner. Also, my 9 year old sister who turns her nose up to almost anything that isn't mac n' cheese, requests this all the time when she comes to stay the night at our home!! "Except the cabbage." she alway notes, I suppose some veggies will never be kid friendly!! Definately two thumbs up.
posted:
8/1/2005
This will definitely be a recipe used traditionally for St. Patrick's Day in my home. I would suggest only making half the amount of the syrup mixture due to it's strong taste. Also I like to stir fry the cabbage using bacon drippings topped the cabbage with crumbled bacon once cooked through. Delicious! Recipe goes well with the Kraft's irish soda bread. recipe
posted:
7/2/2005
the way it should be very good highly recommened
posted:
6/17/2005
this was a simple corned beef recipe to follow. the glaze was very good.
posted:
5/18/2005
This was excellent my family cant get enough.
posted:
3/30/2005
I cooked the briskey, garlic, bayleaves, onion, & potatoes in the crock pot. After it was done I brushed the glaze on, also using some of the original broth. I made sure I moistened the cabbage and as well and baked it for 10-15 minutes on 375. The whole family loved it!
posted:
3/21/2005
Easy and delicious! My family loved this recipe! I also added small red potatoes when I cooked the cabbage.
posted:
3/18/2005
I enjoyed making this for St. Patrick's day my son and I thought it was the best we have ever eaten.
posted:
3/17/2005
I wanted to make something to celebrate this St. Patrick's holiday. This sounded yummy and looked great! All I can tell you is I didn't make a mistake making it, it was recieved with the response "delicious & awesome" from my hubby, which I always hear the plain response "it's good". The glaze was sweet and tasted wonderful. My kid's even ate it up, which coming from this household this change in menu was well worth it! They just LOVED it! There was even a round of seconds. I wouldn't change a thing about this recipe, I highly recommend it and I plan on using this recipe again.
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