A kind of St. Patrick’s Day Mommy Brag first. My daughter’s Irish dance trophies (1st and 3rd) from yesterday at her feis in Dallas, Texas. She was so happy just to dance!
Our family’s holiday of holidays is coming up soon! We are an all out St. Patrick’s Day family. Our little world closed down the night before the St. Patrick’s Day parade and all the Irish dancing my daughter would do for 3-4 days at schools, nursing homes, and country clubs. We love corned beef and cabbage but sometimes we like the leftovers to make other things. Sometimes we make a corned beef brisket just to make other dishes with. We love hash, corned beef tacos, and fritters. Pick one for your leftovers from St. Patrick’s Day or try them all!
This recipe went semi-viral this week. I had over 7,000 hits in one day on it! It is one of our favorites. These crunchy little bites are stuffed with mashed potatoes, corned beef, and cheese. YUM!
A simple twist on waffle fry nachos make these a delicious Irish version. Corned beef, cheese, and peppers give it a super flavor.
A super simple way to use some leftover corned beef is in tacos! Top it with coleslaw and a drizzle of Thousand Island dressing to amp up the flavors.
The annual Corned Beef Hash with Eggs is always a must in our house. Whether it has sweet potatoes or not it is always expected in our house at St. Patrick’s Day.
These little Reuben Style Hawaiian Slider Sandwiches can be made with deli corned beef or brisket but we LOVE the brisket! Add the Swiss cheese and sauerkraut and they are super yummy.
Nothing can ever replace a Grilled Classic Reuben with corned beef. Though the California Reubens (made with turkey) have become more popular here over the years nothing beats a Classic Reuben.
A simple meal? These Twice Baked Reuben Potatoes can use up all the little bits of Corned Beef you have leftover. A simple baked potato mixed with Reuben ingredients and baked again is super easy and delicious!
Which dish do you want to try?