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Corned Beef Brisket with Cabbage

Corned Beef Brisket with Cabbage recipe
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Corned beef brisket and tender cabbage are together again in this succulent classic. No need to wait until St. Patrick's Day to serve it.
20 min
4 hr 40 min
12 servings
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This is my favorite way to fix corned beef now -however I cooked the meat in my crockpot. This seems to make it alot more tender.
The right meal after all that thanksgiving Turkey. Very easy to make.
Don't let the cooking time stop you from making the wonder dish. My husband absolutly loved this dish! Not a lot of prep time-mostly all cooking time. We did omit the horshradish simply because we were out. Next time we will make sauce with it in.
This has become a tradition for our St Pat's gathering. Now, I get requests for it all year round. Absolutely everyone says it's the best corned beef they've ever had.
This came out ok. Everyone ate it but no one raved about it. I'll be looking for another Corned Beed recipe.
I made this for ST. Patrics Day and every body and I mean everybody loved it. It was so easy too!I will make again in the NEAR future. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!!!
The best corned beef dinner we've ever produced!
Two years ago was the first time I ever attempted to make corned beef and cabbage. I followed the directions on the package of corned beef. The result was good, but it pales in comparison to this recipe! I will continue to make this recipe for years to come. It was delicious and very easy to make. I didn't drain the liquid as one of the other people who rated this suggested. Instead, I rinsed the beef with cold water in the pot until it ran clearer. Then I put it in the pot with the spices and covered with water and cooked it. After taking it from the pot I cooked the cabbage and some baby carrots in the remaining liquid.
WOW! I made this dish for St. Patty's. It was awesome. I had never make brisket before. It took a while, but it was so easy. I'm not a big mustard fan so I used 1/4 cup brown mustard instead, but I couldn't even taste it when finished. My husband loved it so much he made his friend try it the next day, and said it was the best thing he's had in a while. I love this website!
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