Can we talk about food again today? I know. But tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day and some of you may be planning on cooking corned beef and cabbage and I want to tell you about the great version of it that I made on Monday night.
The recipe is here and yes, it uses an electric pressure cooker. Mine continues to be a frequent flyer in my kitchen, completely worth every penny I paid for it.
It’s not the prettiest of dinners but it sure is one of the tastiest.
Happy Almost St. Patrick’s Day from this Swedish/English girl.
I think it looks great, and on St. Patrick’s Day – everyone is a little Irish.
Thanks for sharing the recipe you used!
That does sound delicious, and if only I liked cooked cabbage this is what I’d be making tomorrow. Maybe I’ll have a Guinness instead. 🙂
Electric pressure cooker! Who knew there was such an option to my stove top cooker. My mother in law gave my first cooker when I was first married. It is my go to way to prepare pot roast and beef stew. Now I’ll try corned beef. Thanks!
I love cabbage and potatoes, but like Bonny, my tribute to St Patricks Day is usually a beer 🙂 (Marc used the Instant Pot while I was gone this past weekend to make slow cooked pork – his one comment “there are a lot of buttons on it”)
So envious! The don’t “do” corned beef in my world. I’ve got a couple of locals though…I’ll find some. That looks delicious!
Mary K. in Rockport says
There you go again with the food, especially potatoes! that said, being a BIC (Boston Irish Catholic) I love the whole corned beef dinner. You need soda bread with raisins to go with it!
I’ve never had corned beef until Alta Retreat last year. The chef served it with a soft cooked egg on top…OH MY, it was heavenly. Your dinner looks fabulous.
You continue to make me tempted to purchase an electric pressure cooker! Oh, and the corned beef and cabbage looks yummy–no surprise because everything you cook looks yummy!
Heck you can talk about food everyday and I’m fine with that. I’m not sure if hubby is making corned beef this year. He’s the only one in the house that eats it – he usually puts it in the crockpot but I will have to tell him how good it comes out in the electric pressure cooker.
My Mom always made wonderful corned beef and cabbage for St. Patty’s Day. She would soak the corned beef in plenty of water for 24 hours with many changes of water. Then she cooked it in the pressure cooker with a large onion and a handful of brown sugar. When the meat was done, out it came and in went the veges for whatever time it took in that old beast of a pressure cooker. Her’s was the ancient one that had a small round gasket on the top that had a tendency to blow out when it got too old. I remember one spectacular mess on the ceiling of Irish stew when I was a kid! 🙂
This is EXACTLY what my mom made for dinner tonight! Go corned beef and cabbage!! 🙂 It was pretty delicious too! Definitely in the Saint Patricks Day spirit here at my house!