Featured

6 Recipes To Make The Most Of Your Corned Beef Leftovers

You were so looking forward to having some corned beef and cabbage last night that you made a bit more than you could handle. But that’s actually a blessing in disguise, because there are a bunch of amazing ways to enjoy your Saint Patrick’s Day leftovers. You can go the tried-and-true soup or sandwich route, or bring your delicious Irish fare into the territory of other cuisines by making a quesadilla or stir-fry. But first, you need to check out your options: Feast on these recipes that are perfect for all the leftover corned beef in your fridge.

1. Corned Beef Hash And Egg Sandwich

Chop up some of that corned beef and cook it with potato, onion, and a little flour to hold it together as a patty. The cheese and fried egg make this Corned Beef Hash And Egg Sandwich the perfect breakfast for March 18th—or any other day, really.

2. Corned Beef And Cabbage Soup

(Image: Food Network)

Toss some onions, celery, tomatoes, and carrots in with your corned beef and cabbage for this hearty, veggie-heavy soup.

3. Corned Beef Tacos With Guinness Dipping Sauce

(Image: Tasty-Trials)

Salty corned beef, tangy coleslaw, and a slightly bitter Guinness sauce commingle in this inventive take on corned beef consumption.

4. Corned Beef And Cabbage Quesadillas

(Image: Family Fresh Meals)

Sticking with the Mexican theme, fold your meat and veggie leftovers into a warm tortilla with some Swiss cheese, courtesy of this Corned Beef And Cabbage Quesadillas recipe.

5. Corned Beef And Cabbage Pizza

Try an Italian take on your Irish ingredients with this Corned Beef And Cabbage Pizza, which also uses thinly sliced potato and three kinds of cheese: mozzarella, Monterey Jack, and Parmesan.

6. Corned Beef Stir-Fry
via: Tablespoon

Corned beef is also versatile enough to take an Asian culinary spin: the salty meat tastes heavenly in a tangy stir-fry sauce, mixed with snap peas and other veggies, and served over a bed of rice.

Put your Saint Patrick’s Day leftovers to great use with one of these recipes, and share your #platedpics on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter!

x

On the List?

Subscribe to Plated's Newsletter

Thanks for signing up!

There was an error signing you up.
Please check that your email is valid. Try again