This traditional Irish dish slow simmers in a savory beef broth ensuring fork-tender meat and vegetables. Of course it's perfect for St. Patrick's Day, but the great flavor will have you making it year round!
cost per recipe: $54.97
Set the oven to 350°F. Stir the broth and the contents of seasoning packet in a roasting pan. Place the beef, fat side-up, into the pan. Spread the mustard on the beef. Sprinkle with the brown sugar. Cover the pan.
Bake for 2 hours. Arrange the onions, carrots, potatoes and cabbage around the beef in the pan.
Bake, uncovered, for 1 hour or until the beef and vegetables are fork-tender. Let stand for 10 minutes. Place the beef and vegetables into a serving dish. Strain the broth mixture and serve with the beef and vegetables.
I have been cooking corned beef and cabbage for 50/years using the same method Mom used.....boiling out all the flavor except for what the cabbage brought. Yesterday, my life changed! My husband and I enjoyed the most delicious Saint Patrick's Day dinner we have ever had! Thank you.
This is so easy and delicious. I will never boil corned beef and cabbage again, i always hated the smell using that process anyway. This came out soo tender. I did not have low sodium broth and it was not too salty. At the end, I thickened the juice to make it a little saucier. Delicious dinner.
oven braised corned beef & cabbage
1st time making this, and didn't have cabbage, and didn't have low sodium beef broth, wow that does make a difference, but i did rise the beef before putting it in, still salty, leason lean get low sodium beef broth....thanks for the info and will try this again.
Jacki, Springfield, IL
This was the best corned beef recipe! I used a 3 lb. Flat cut corned beef. Only used 3 cups beef broth and put my vegetables in 1 and 1/2 hour after starting. Covered. The dijon and brown sugar really add to the flavor. This will be my go to from now on!
Veges did not cook
Veges were raw after an hour. Meat was tender. I was disappointed. Three hours in the oven was a long time. Would have gotten better results in a slow cooker.
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