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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:
3/25/2004
Delicious way to end the cooking cycle. Baking with the glaze made it a very special dinner. My guests were impressed.
posted:
3/24/2004
This was the first time that I made corned beef, and it turned out great! It made St.Patrick's Day even better this year!!!!:)
posted:
3/20/2004
THIS IS A GREAT RECIPE, I HAVE BEEN MAKING CORN BEEF & CABBAGE ALL MY LIFE. I GROW UP IN A IRISH COMMITTEE IN CHICAGO. I MADE THIS RECIPE THIS ST, PATRICK'S DAY AND THE SAUCE WAS GREAT DON'T THINK IT WOULD BE, THOUGH IT WOULD BE TO SWEET BUT EVERYBODY LOVED IT. THANK'S
posted:
3/19/2004
I have made corned beef & cabbage 3 other times. All different recipes. After each time, I swore I would never make it again because it wasn't any good. Then I would see another recipe to try. But this time, SUCCESS! I had family over and they raved. And, for the first time, my husband, with a chuckle, said "And this time you WILL make this again?!"
posted:
3/18/2004
I doubled the horseradish, knowing the tastes of my 5 guests. It was fantastic! This is the only corned beef recipe I will ever use. I skipped the part where the broth of bay leaves, onion, garlic etc was replaced with clear water after an hour...why bother? I passed the recipe on to two friends. They used Dijon mustard and double horseradish. They raved about the results as well.
posted:
3/18/2004
Have had corned beef several times a year nearly all my 60+ years and this is the best ever! Thanks
posted:
3/17/2004
I made this recipe today for St. Patrick's Day and we really enjoyed it. The glaze was especially tasty. The meat was so tender it could be cut with a fork. I added potatoes to the cabbage and cooked them together. It was my first try at making an Irish dinner for the day.
posted:
3/17/2004
Only my 2nd time ever making corned beef. My family loved it and was very easy to make. Will definitely find a time to make it again.
posted:
3/17/2004
I had wonderful results! Family liked the corned beef, it was so very tender...I will continue to use this recipe always. I put bacon in the broth from the meat and it gave the patatoes and cabbage a very good taste. I browned the bacon and put it in with the drippings.
posted:
3/17/2004
I made this last night & it was wonderful. My husband & I enjoyed the sauce & I liked baking it in the oven. It was the best & I just threw all my other corned beef & cabbage recipes away.
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