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A Ukrainian twist on an Irish classic! My Mother has made this for years, it's so creamy and delicious.

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Ingredients

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).

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  • Bring cabbage pieces to a boil in a pot and simmer until just tender, about 5 minutes. Drain, then transfer cabbage to a 2-quart baking dish.

  • Melt 1/4 cup butter in a skillet over medium heat. Stir in corned beef and onion; cook and stir until the onion has softened and turned translucent, about 5 minutes. Break up any large chunks of corned beef.

  • Spread corned beef mixture over cabbage.

  • Melt remaining 1/3 cup butter in the same skillet over medium heat; whisk in flour.

  • Pour in milk and season with salt and pepper. Continue whisking until sauce comes to a simmer and is thickened, about 5 minutes.

  • Pour sauce over corned beef and cabbage mixture.

  • Bake in the preheated oven until bubbly, about 30 minutes.

Nutrition Facts

548.19 calories; 36.25 g protein; 17.94 g carbohydrates; 36.83 g fat; 151.9 mg cholesterol; 1705.1 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


Reviews (10)

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03/18/2015
This was delicious. I used all the left overs from St. Paddy's Day. I layered the cabbage and chopped corned beef. Additionally I added the carrots and potatoes (I diced them) I had with our corned beef. Everything was layered cold and then I made the sauce as directed poured it over the top of the casserole and heated it up. It was the the bomb-ditty!
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Most helpful critical review

01/07/2013
It wasnt very good didnt look like the picture at all
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04/03/2012
Very Quick and good. If you like gravy you will luv this recipe. I changed the servings to 3 for my husband and I and it was plenty. Even some left for lunch today:)
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01/07/2013
It wasnt very good didnt look like the picture at all
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03/18/2015
This was delicious. I used all the left overs from St. Paddy's Day. I layered the cabbage and chopped corned beef. Additionally I added the carrots and potatoes (I diced them) I had with our corned beef. Everything was layered cold and then I made the sauce as directed poured it over the top of the casserole and heated it up. It was the the bomb-ditty!
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03/16/2018
I plan to make this for st patricks day tomorrow. I m 20 and I love to cook for my family. My dad loves corned beef and cabbage and so do I. So I figured I ll whip something up for a special occasion... it looks so good and I love gravy
09/21/2014
While it wasn't bad my family thought it a little bland. Quick and easy but needs something...
03/15/2014
This is a great dish and pretty quick to make too!
03/21/2017
Okay I don't usually rate anything because I rarely make anything without reading the reviews and making changes but this is an amazing idea. I love corned beef and cabbage out of the crock pot but always have lots of leftovers because I do corned beef cabbage carrots & potato's that being said I just took everything out of the crock pot and put in a strainer then chopped the corned beef and transferred to a casserole dish coated with cooking spray. I made the topping as stated and put in the oven the next night and it was totally awesome!! Thank you for the idea!!:-)
04/27/2017
I had made a corner beef on stove top 2 days ago. Tonight I searched for a recipe and found this one. I weighted out 24 ozs of corned beef instead on using canned. I followed it exactly but added no salt. I did add a small amount of better than bouline beef flavor. The gravy had good flavor. Both my husband and I loved it and had seconds.I will make this again
11/19/2014
I want to try this recipe and I want to get spuds into the dish. So I am thinking of sliced potatoes either on top of the cabbage layer or on the beef layer. It would be nice if they cooked from raw rather than having to pre-cook or par cook the spuds. Mashing adds another step and this recipe is about convenience. Might want to add some mustard or curry spice to the béchamel.