It might not be the most traditional Irish food, but corned beef is an American tradition for serving on St. Patrick’s Day. But once that meal is over, what do you do with it? These 10 recipes will give you some fab ideas.
Traditional? Nah, but that’s okay. This is a fabulous, easy adaptation of the classic.
Corned beef, Swiss and Thousand Island dressing on a warm, toasty biscuit? Oh yeah, baby! These fabulous sandwiches sound awesome.
Love Reuben sandwiches? This fabulous cheesy dip based on the famous sandwich would be awesome for a dinner party.
This classic sandwich gets a fun twist when it’s baked between sheets of Crescent dough. And it’s ready in about 40 minutes with little hands-on time.
Who doesn’t love turnovers? Another twist on the classic Reuben sandwich, these turnovers would make an awesome appetizer.
If there’s one thing that leftover corned beef is absolutely, positively perfect for, it’s corned beef hash. Here’s how to whip it up the day after St. Patrick’s Day.
What? Another recipe for hash? Actually yes, because this fabulous twist on it amps the dish up with a confetti of fresh veggies. Sounds divine.
Corned beef and … pasta? Why not? This easy peasy dish is perfect for a fast dinner option.
Warm little sandwiches are a favorite around here, and these lovely lil' ones that use coleslaw in place of sauerkraut sound awesome.
It’s pizza! With corned beef! How awesome is that?
Here's our featured corned beef recipe:
What are your favorite foods for St. Patrick's Day?Sarah W. Caron (aka scaron) is a food writer, editor and blogger who writes about family-friendly foods and raising a healthy family at Sarah’s Cucina Bella.