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St Paddy's Week -- Seven Days of Corned Beef!

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Guys, I love corned beef. I do. Getting it for $2/lb just makes it better. But my repertoire is getting thin and I have 3-4 lbs of leftovers. I need some more ideas!


So far I have made:


Corned Beef and Cabbage


Corned Beef Hash

Corned Beef, peas and carrots in a white cheddar sauce on fettuccine

I'm going to smoke a pastrami one day soon


That's five dishes all with different flavor profiles. I need two more good dishes to make seven days of corned beef.


Got a favorite to make from leftovers? Got Ideas???


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BTW, my Hash was awesome this year.


1 yellow onion diced

1 red onion diced

1 large red pepper diced 1/3"

3 cloves garlic diced

2-3 cups yukon gold potatoes, cubed 1/2" and blanched

2-3 cups Corned Beef cubed 3/4"

3/4 stick butter


Set the oven to 400F

Toss potatoes in cold salted water and turn on heat. When they boil let them go 2-4 minutes

Meanwhile, melt 1/2 stick butter in 12 inch cast iron pan and saute peppers, salted, until they start to brown

Add onions, salt them, saute until clear and remove all to a large bowl

Melt 1/4 stick butter, add the potatoes and salt them. Pan fry for some nice crispy sides.

When almost done, clear a spot in the pan, add a pat of butter and the garlic.

Saute for a minute, mix and remove to bowl

Add the Corned Beef and pan fry for some crispy sides and remove to bowl

Toss gently so as not to break up chunks

Return all this to the pan and press down in the pan with a spatula

Bake at 400F for 10-15 minutes.

Remove from the oven and let it sit for 10 minutes

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Made bubble and squeak last night, but since I like to put cider vinegar on my cabbage, only with the potatoes carrots and onions. Wife gets what's left of the corned beef (she's been having a sandwich every day) I had salmon instead.

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