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Corned Beef Irish Feast

Rated as 4.31 out of 5 Stars
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"The complete Irish meal, great for St. Patrick's Day, but awesome all year 'round!"
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Ingredients

3 h 30 m servings 577
Original recipe yields 6 servings

Directions

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  1. Rinse brisket thoroughly in cool water and place into a large Dutch oven. Generously coat beef with brown sugar on all sides. Pour Irish stout beer around roast, followed by beef stock. Liquid should cover brisket by about 1 inch; add another beer if more liquid is needed.
  2. Place onion, garlic, bay leaves, spike packet from corned beef, and peppercorns into liquid. Bring to a boil, reduce heat to low, and cover Dutch oven. Simmer for 2 1/2 hours, turning brisket over in the beer mixture every 30 minutes. Place potatoes and carrots around roast, cover, and simmer for 20 minutes. Add cabbage wedges and simmer until tender, about 10 more minutes. Brisket should easily pull apart with your fingers or a fork.
  3. Transfer vegetables to a serving bowl and place corned beef on a serving platter; let meat rest 10 minutes before slicing across the grain to serve.

Footnotes

  • Cook's Note:
  • If you have a large enough roaster, you can do two roasts at a time in the same amount of liquid.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 577 calories; 20.3 74.3 27.5 97 1290 Full nutrition

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I did alter this a bit. I don't care for dark stout beer so I used and IPA a very strong IPA and I backed the amount down to 12 oz. Perfect for us we loved this! It's a solid recipe but be mindf...

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I made this recipe, and found everything but the meat had a very strong beer aftertaste. I like beer in my food don't get me wrong, but when the cabbage carrots and potatoes all have a strong b...

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I did alter this a bit. I don't care for dark stout beer so I used and IPA a very strong IPA and I backed the amount down to 12 oz. Perfect for us we loved this! It's a solid recipe but be mindf...

Made as written except that I purposely cut the amount of liquid in half for 2 reasons. The first being that I didn't want the beer to overpower as others mentioned and the second being that I ...

I made this recipe, and found everything but the meat had a very strong beer aftertaste. I like beer in my food don't get me wrong, but when the cabbage carrots and potatoes all have a strong b...

Delicious success using this recipe for St. Paddy's Day dinner! No serious alterations made, just personal preferences. Mine was a 3.5 lb. flat brisket from Costco (the best!), so I braised it f...

Will make it again.! Definitely a winner! Because of previous reviewers, I only used 2 cans of stout and stock then covered brisket with extra stock and water near the end to cover the veggies ...

This recipe is fantastic ! I cut back the sugar to 2 tablespoons and used crushed peppercorn, and it was so delicious! This will be my new go to recipe for a corned beef dinner! And the Family...

No changes made to the recipe and it was delish. It’s a definite make again.

This was the best corned beef and cabbage I have ever eaten. I used two bottles of Guinness instead of four, and I did not add any carrots. Delicious! This will definitely be made again.

I made this recipe, but since I can’t stand the taste of beer, I just used beef bone broth and water. I also cut the brown sugar in half. Everything else was the same. It turned out great and an...