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Corned Beef Recipes

Corned beef is a St. Patrick's Day favorite. Serve these corned beef recipes with cabbage for a festive and hearty dinner.

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It may be the most famous dish to eat on St. Patrick's Day, but this Irish-American classic is a favorite at our table all year long. —Evelyn Kenney, Trenton, New Jersey
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Emerald Isle Dip

Emerald Isle Dip

Emerald Isle Dip

For Nancy Citro, providing her popular appetizer for get-togethers has become a necessity. She pens from Cape Coral, Florida, "Friends joke that they won't go to parties unless I bring my dip. And I've lost count of how many times I've written down the recipe for people! Nancy likes to serve her snack with extra bread for dipping.—Nancy Citro, Cape Coral, Florida

Glazed Corned Beef Sandwiches

Glazed Corned Beef Sandwiches

Glazed Corned Beef Sandwiches

Fans of good food will cheer when you bring out these full-flavored, hearty sandwiches! Made of tender corned beef and a special sweet and spicy seasoning, they're always a hit. -Rita Reifenstein, Evans City, Pennsylvania

Creamy Reuben Casserole

Creamy Reuben Casserole

Creamy Reuben Casserole

This is a great dish to serve for St. Patrick's Day - or any time. It features corned beef, sauerkraut and other ingredients that make Reuben sandwiches so popular. It's always well received at a potluck.—Margery Bryan, Royal City, Washington
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Chicken Reuben Roll-Ups

Chicken Reuben Roll-Ups

Chicken Reuben Roll-Ups

My Nebraska-native husband loves Reuben sandwiches and anything with chicken, so I combined his two favorites in a fun roll-up. —Ashli Kottwitz, Hermitage, Tennessee

Dublin Potato Salad

Dublin Potato Salad

Dublin Potato Salad

You may never go back to "plain" potato salad once you've tried this recipe—I haven't! Dublin Potato Salad goes great with lots of different main dishes, but it's also hearty enough to be a meal in itself. When there's time, I prepare it ahead and let the flavors blend. —Kathy Scott, Lingle, Wyoming

Layered Reuben Casserole

Layered Reuben Casserole

Layered Reuben Casserole

Traditional Reuben taste-but without the bread. Sauerkraut fans will love this hearty, layered casserole shared by Agnes Golian of Garfield Heights, Ohio. TIP: Round out this meal for two with dinner rolls and a light fruit dessert.

Corned Beef Hash

Corned Beef Hash

Corned Beef Hash

Here is a hearty meal that's perfect for two...or one hungry guy! It's great on it's own, or serve at breakfast with a few eggs. You can also triple the recipe and bring it to a barbecue as a substantial side dish.—Carrie Chaplin, Clendenin, West Virginia

Reuben Grill

Reuben Grill

Reuben Grill

After just one bite, my dad declared this sandwich a definite keeper. We think you’ll agree that the homemade horseradish sauce makes it a standout! —Kathleen Hicks, Kanab, Utah

Reuben Bread Pudding

Reuben Bread Pudding

Reuben Bread Pudding

Our Aunt Renee always brought this casserole to family picnics, and it became so popular that she started making two or three to bring. —Johnna Johnson, Scottsdale, Arizona

Shamrock Sandwiches

Shamrock Sandwiches

Shamrock Sandwiches

Dill and Dijon mustard add zip to the creamy corned beef filling in these party sandwiches. Substitute horseradish for the mustard and garlic powder for the dill for a fun variation. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Reuben Deli Sandwiches

Reuben Deli Sandwiches

Reuben Deli Sandwiches

Here's a new twist on the classic Reuben sandwich. The filling is easy to prepare and keeps well in the fridge. Add a salad and dessert, and you have a delicious brunch.
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