If that corned beef brisket you made is too large for your family to tackle in one sitting, we bring you many options for using the leftovers: soups, casseroles, hashes, and breakfast egg bakes that are convenient and delicious. If you also have leftover vegetables, you might be able to repurpose everything, from the cabbage to the carrots and potatoes. Nothing has to go to waste!
If you purposely 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.
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This simple casserole calls for only five ingredients, and you could cut down on the baking time by steaming the cabbage first. Add an optional topping of shredded Swiss or cheddar cheese just before it's finished baking for extra creaminess and crunch.
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Use leftover diced corned beef or deli corned beef in this fabulous soup. If you've had a corned beef and cabbage dinner, include the leftovers and feel free to add other vegetables besides the ones we use in the recipe. This soup fits them all!
Freeze individual portions as easy lunches for the week.
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Corned beef hash is a great dish for a Sunday brunch and goes well with a side of eggs or tofu egg alternatives. Use cabbage from your leftovers and add potatoes for a satisfying meal.
Side options include making an avocado and egg salad, preparing baked beans, or getting adventurous by baking some bread. Or go big by preparing a taco bar with the hash as the main filling, accompanied by corn tortillas, pico de gallo, sliced avocado, lime wedges, white rice, sour cream, queso fresco, and chopped cilantro.
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This innovative take on an American classic puts all the filling of a Reuben sandwich in a baking dish and tops it with buttery rye crumbs. Use your leftovers or buy some Reuben sandwiches at your local deli and deconstruct them for a fun dish.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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These recipes cater to corned beef and turkey lovers. Prepare both and let your guests pick their favorite. While the Reuben uses corned beef, the Rachel calls for sliced turkey, but they're equally filling and go well with our suggested sides.
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Long party? While you brew yourself a cup of coffee, put all the ingredients of this chowder in a crockpot and forget about them for the next 4 hours.
Use leftover cooked corned beef or deli corned beef in this creamy soup and repurpose the leftover veggies as well. Serve with fresh bread and butter, or go classic with some saltines or oyster crackers.
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A classic Polish dish called gołąbki, stuffed cabbage rolls are a fun way of eating lots of ingredients in just one roll. Steamed cabbage leaves are stuffed with a creamy mixture of corned beef and potatoes and bathed in a cheese sauce. Try your own mixture, replacing potatoes for rice or adding extra cheese inside.
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This delicious one-dish meal is incredibly easy to prepare. Frozen hash, a few veggies, and your leftover corned beef will give you a whole meal in just one hour. Use Swiss cheese, a combination of Swiss and cheddar, or a cheddar jack blend to top your casserole.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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This casserole combines noodles with all the corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and Thousand Island dressing of a good Reuben, topped with rye breadcrumbs. It's a good option for dinner with kids and takes only 1 hour to make.
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This casserole includes leftover corned beef, frozen spinach, egg noodles, a creamy mustard sauce, and a french-fried onion ring topping. Although technically a whole meal in one dish, it goes well with a side of fresh vegetables like a fall fruity salad or mixed greens with Caesar salad dressing.
Make beforehand and keep in the fridge overnight before baking. Easy and flavorful!