Guinness Crockpot Corned Beef And Cabbage Recipe

4 servings
6 hr 5 min

Making meals at home can save a lot of money! While going out for St Patrick's Day dinner can be fun you can save a ton of money and make it at home! This Guinness Crockpot Corned Beef And Cabbage Recipe is perfect, plus the Guinness beer adds a tasty flavor to the corned beef as well! This is a dinner the whole family will love!

This can also be adapted to be made in the oven or even the Instant Pot. Combining Guinness beer with corned beef is the perfect flavor combination for this dinner

Serve and enjoy!! May I recommend enjoying a bottle of Guinness Beer Blonde with it!

What are you making for St Patricks Day dinner?

Guinness Crockpot Corned Beef And Cabbage Recipe
Recipe details
  • 4  servings
  • Prep time: 5 Minutes Cook time: 6 Hours Total time: 6 hr 5 min
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Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 lbs Corned Beef
  • 1/2 Pack Corned Beef Seasoning
  • 2 Bottles Guinness Beer Blonde
  • 1 Cup Beef Broth
  • Red Onions
  • Baby Potatoes
  • Baby Carrots
  • Green Cabbage
Instructions

Spray your crockpot with a nonstick spray.
Layer into your crockpot pot your Corned Beef, potatoes, onions, and carrots.
Pour in your broth and bottles of beer into the crockpot. You want enough to cover the vegetables and meat.
Sprinkle the spices that came with the Corned Beef.
Cover and cook on slow for at least 5 hours.
A half-hour before you are ready to eat cut the cabbage into wedges. Insert the wedges in the crockpot this will allow the cabbage to steam but not over cook or wilt from sitting in the crockpot all day.
Serve and enjoy!! May I recommend enjoying a bottle of Guiness Beer Blonde with it.
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Comments
  • Sswee Sswee on Nov 06, 2021

    What size crock pot is best for this recipe?

    • Cook Eat Go Cook Eat Go on Nov 06, 2021

      I used my 8 quart crockpot. I knew the potatoes would be a hit with the kids and it was a larger piece of meat. You could probably do a 4 or 6 quart and just be sure to eyeball the space.

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