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Leftover Corned Beef and Cabbage Pie

Corned Beef & Cabbage Pie Recipe

Corned beef and cabbage is the perfect example of a meal that is better than it’s original version when it’s reincarnated into something new.

Most suggestions I receive for leftover corned beef and cabbage is to make it into hash.  This year, I decided to make a pie, or reincarnate it into a pie.

Corned Beef & Cabbage Pie Recipe


  1. Frozen puff pastry- 2 sheets
  2. cooked corned beef
  3. prepared mashed potatoes- 1 lb
  4. sauerkraut- 15 oz.
  5. shredded cheddar cheese- 8 oz.
  6. egg- 1


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Line casserole dish with pastry sheet
  3. layer mashed potatoes, corned beef, then sauerkraut, topped with a layer of cheese
  4. Place second pastry sheet over the top and press the sides to the dish
  5. Brush top with an egg wash (one egg white mixed with a tablespoon of water)
  6. Bake until cooked thoroughly, approximately 35 minutes



For more festive corned beef recipes for your St. Patrick’s Day dinner, check out our “no-carb” dinner of Roasted Corned Beef, Sweet Potatoes & Swiss Chard!

Roasted Corned Beef, Sweet Potatoes & Swiss Chard

Happy St. Patrick's Day




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Irish King Dinner

The traditional Irish meal.  The boiled meal.  There aren’t a ton a different ways to make this well-known dish of corned beef and cabbage to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

However, you can spruce the meal up a bit by giving it a royal theme.


Use a variety of green place-setting pieces and mix it up with a combination of vintage and modern, formal and casual.


Fortunately, corned beef is available in supermarkets for easy preparation in vacuum-sealed bags with seasoning and instructions.  Simply throw in some bay leaves, carrots, potatoes and cabbage and let it simmer.  One helpful hint I can offer to add a bit more flavor to this sometimes-bland dish: instead of water, use beef broth to simmer in.

For an even easier appetizer to this easy meal, try a cracker with cucumbers and dill:

Crackers with Cucumber-Dill:


  1. Cream cheese, whipped
  2. Ranch dressing mix
  3. Round crackers
  4. Cucumbers, sliced thin with skin
  5. Dried or fresh dill



  1. Combine cream cheese and ranch dressing mix.
  2. Top crackers with cream cheese mixture, then cucumber slices
  3. Garnish with dill






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