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Crockpot/ Corned Beef & Cabbage Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Mary Kay Fitzpatrick
Added: Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
4 - Lg.(&thick)Whole Carrots
3 lb.- Corned Beef studded with 3 whole cloves
- Garlic Powder
- Black Pepper(coarse grind if possible)
2 - Onions(quartered)
4 - Ribs of Celery
3 - Sprigs of Parsley
3 1/4 c. - Hot water
1 - Small Head of Cabbage(cut in wedges)
4 - Lg. Potatoes(peeled and quartered)




Directions:
Directions:
In a Lg. Crockpot: Place carrots in bottom of dish and then add the corned beef. Sprinkle the corned beef lightly with garlic powder and black pepper. On top of meat, add quartered onions, celery, & parsley.Add the "Hot" water by pouring it along the side of dish(NOT over beef).
Cover & Cook on "LOW" for approx.8 hrs.. Then remove 2 cups of "broth" from the crockpot(recover and keep on Low Setting).
In a separate Lg. pot, add the 2 cups of broth and the potatoes, adding just enough water to cover them. Cover pot, bring to a boil and then "Simmer" for about 5 min.. Uncover and add the cabbage on top of the potatoes, baste the cabbage with the broth. Recover pot & continue to simmer 'til cabbage & potatoes are done, basting cabbage one more time during cooking.
Meanwhile, remove corned beef from the crockpot to a cutting board and cover with foil to keep warm and let rest.
When veggies are done, remove from heat & the broth, put around the outside of a large dish or casserole(leaving middle part of dish free to add the beef. Cover the dish to keep veggies warm while you slice the beef. Add beef to center of dish.
Put broth in a gravy boat to pass as a topping!

Number Of Servings:
Number Of Servings:
4 -6
Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
When we visited Ireland, we learned that our American version of this famed dish, isn't anything like Traditional Irish Corned Beef and Cabbage! However, this is our favorite recipe and is now our own "Fitzpatrick Tradition"!

 

 

 

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