1 organic beef brisket

¼ cup pickling spices

1 onion, cut into quarters

Drizzle of olive oil

2 cans beer (Alan uses gluten-free beer)

4 carrots, cut on diagonal in 4 pieces

3 potatoes, quartered

1 cabbage, quartered

Yellow mustard

Generously rub the pickling spice on all sides of the brisket. Place the onion pieces into a slow cooker and drizzle with olive oil. Place the seasoned brisket on top of the onions. Pour the beer into the slow cooker (careful not to knock the spices off the meat). Cover and slow cook on low for about 3 hours.

Remove the lid and add the carrots, potatoes and cabbage. Cover and continue cooking for another 3-5 hours until the corned beef shreds easily and the vegetables are tender.  To serve, placeindividual pieces of corned beef with cabbage, onion, carrots and potatoes into shallow serving bowls and cover each with a spoonful of sauce. Pass the yellow mustard! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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  • Jason Latshaw
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  • Sherry Garbin
    Sherry Garbin

    Suzanne, Carol, & Lesley saw the pickling spice at Wally world, (Walmart) for Corn beef, getting it for future corn beef recipes.

  • Sharon Jackson
    Sharon Jackson

    I need recipe for the gut renew milk shake your always drinking on the show that has the coffee flavor I just got my gut renew and I want to make it please and thank you I’ve got your corn beef recipe in the oven now smells so good Thanks for all you all do for all of us 🍀🍀🍀💚

  • Carol

    Making it again today abd it’s the best 💗😸

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  • Christine

    Hi. I tried this recipe and did not care for it as well. I am sure it had everything to do with the beer. I used Guinness stout and i have no idea what the others were. The veggies had a bitter taste and we could not eat them. What a bummer! Could we get the beer (name) which you use? I tried to find gluten free beer as well, no one could help me. How about that! Wow!

  • Cheryl jarrett
    Cheryl jarrett

    Thanks for sharing your recipe, and I add sliced garlic (5 cloves) and small amount of Better Than Boullion chicken to one cup water. I put this in first with the beer. It was so good. We also decided to have a shot of Jameson. It was fun. Happy St Pattys.

  • Kelley Wiseman
    Kelley Wiseman

    The spices are usually included with the corned beef at the stores

  • Sharon Z
    Sharon Z

    Thanks Suzzane! I’m part Irish too, from my Grandma, and so St. Patrick’s Day was ALWAYS special with all kinds of good food at her house. Jackie’s family put the cabbage in just like our family did at hour 6, and my Grandma put her pickling spices in a little mesh bag (a cloth tea bag would work). This way we were not picking out the peppercorns, etc.
    Here’s a St. Patrick’s Day Blessing for All ~
    “May the road rise up to meet you.
    May the wind be always at your back.
    May the sun shine warm upon your face;
    the rains fall soft upon your fields and until we meet again,
    May God hold you in the palm of His hand.”

  • Leanne Morical
    Leanne Morical

    Thank you so much I love everything I have gotten from you will continue to buy can’t wait till I get my gut renew products my husband going to live this meal has beer in it I don’t drink beer didn’t know they have gluten free beer maybe the reason why my husband stomach hurts? Been trying to cook better for him cause of his stomach

  • Dianne

    Thanks for recipe what kind of beer?

  • Jackie Gianneschi
    Jackie Gianneschi

    This is exactly how I make mine! It’s foolproof in the slow cooker. I add the cabbage at hour 6. You can get pickling spices at Walmart or most grocery stores. I use 1 lb of beef per person because it shrinks…a lot!

  • Sherry

    Sounds Delish!! I’m going to try but could you please let me know what the name of Al’s gluten free beer is?
    Thank you so much for sharing this recipe..Appreciate it.

  • Christine

    Where do we get pickling spices? And how many pounds of beef brisket for this recipe? Thank you 😊

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