If you think your corned beef brisket is too large for your family, think about the many options you have for the leftovers. Leftover corned beef isn't just for sandwiches; use it in soups, casseroles, hash, and breakfast egg bakes.
If you want to have leftover sliced or diced corned beef, choose a flat cut brisket or corned eye of round roast. For looser, shreddable meat, choose the point cut.
If you have leftover vegetables with your corned beef, you might be able to repurpose everything,... from the cabbage to the carrots and potatoes. Add some of these excellent recipes to your repertoire.
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This corned beef and cabbage casserole contains only 5-ingredients! Feel free to add a topping of shredded Swiss or cheddar cheese to the casserole just before it's finished baking.
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Use leftover diced corned beef or deli corned beef in this fabulous soup. If you have lots of leftovers from your corned beef and cabbage dinner, you can use them all in this delicious soup.
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This corned beef hash makes a delicious meal with baked beans, or serve with eggs in the morning. If you're looking for an easy, basic recipe for corned beef hash, this is an excellent choice. The hash includes cabbage and carrots, too!
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Use your leftover corned beef in this casserole or get it from your local deli. You can even use canned corned beef in the recipe but chill it first to make it easier to slice and dice. Serve this hearty casserole with a tossed green salad or sliced tomatoes.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Use leftover cooked corned beef or deli corned beef in this creamy crock pot chowder. Leftover cooked corned beef, potatoes, cabbage, and carrots are repurposed in this easy soup.
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A leftover corned beef dinner makes a tasty stuffing for cabbage leaves. These cabbage rolls are served with a cheese sauce, or omit the cheese and serve the cabbage rolls with the simple thickened white sauce.
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This is a delicious one-dish meal, and it's incredibly easy to prepare. Use Swiss cheese in the casserole or use a combination of Swiss and cheddar or a cheddar jack blend.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, Thousand Island dressing, and noodles are combined in this enticing casserole.
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This corned beef casserole gives you a whole meal in one baking dish. The combination includes leftover corned beef, spinach, noodles, and a French fried onion ring topping.