Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Honey Mustard Corned Beef & Vegetables

Friday, March 8, 2019

Honey Mustard Corned Beef & Vegetables

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If you're a regular reader, you know I've got a few recipes I'm featuring during the next several weeks from Golden Blossom Honey to help you get your St. Patrick's Day menu not only in order, but to have it poppin' as well. Last week there was the Red Cabbage and Peppers for a side dish, but this week we're going main course with Honey Mustard Corned Beef and Vegetables

Corned Beef and Vegetables

If you want to have a traditional Irish dinner, you can't leave out the corned beef and veggies. As you know, I like easy recipes, and this definitely falls in that category. While this one does have about a 2 hour prep/cook time, the most effort I put into it was dicing the veggies. The honey mustard adds a nice sweet and tangy touch to the dish, giving it a little extra oomph that you're sure to love. Leave out the cabbage in this recipe if you plan on making the Red Cabbage Slaw I posted last week. Or keep it if you really, really like cabbage. It's totally up to you.


Ingredients
2 pounds corned beef brisket
10 whole cloves
1/4 cup GOLDEN BLOSSOM HONEY
1 teaspoon dried basil
1 teaspoon black peppercorns
4 potatoes, each cut into 4 wedges
4 turnips, each cut into 4 wedges
6 carrots, peeled and quartered
1 head cabbage, cut into 8 wedges
Glaze:
1/2 cup GOLDEN BLOSSOM HONEY MUSTARD

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Corned Beef and Vegetables

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24 comments:

  1. I like the white dish and I like them all lil' carrots! I made meself carrot pure with garlic and smoked mayo for lumch tudei with two veggie hot-dogs and pickled beets! Nom on the om!

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    1. I haven't ever done a veggie hot dog before. I've seen carrot dogs, but something about that just turns me off. Then again, I never liked hot dogs all that much when I did eat meat. Jason started the Keto diet last week, so he's not eating any carrots and I just bought a ton of them. It's ok though because I love them steamed and will eat them all. I do love me anything with mayo, but I use it sparingly because of the fat and calorie content. I may make some avocado deviled eggs with it this weekend though because I overbought on the avocados and they need to get used up.

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    2. We have soy weeners in healthy food stores, they're very nom. Hot dogs are the only meat I miss, so I'm glad I have a replacement, the taste is identical, but they're about double more expensive :)
      I could never live on Keto diet, all the veggies I eat are the sugary ones and I don't do green leafy ones :( He should be careful about cholesterol, though, I've never liked the look of Keto because all of the fatty food in it.
      I put just one spoon of mayo in the pure and nothing else, no milk, no butter, just mayo and carrots :) or spinach, or parsley root... or red lentils... We have bacon flavoured mayo here :)

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    3. I do worry about his cholesterol since he's been eating a LOT of eggs. I couldn't do the Keto either, even the vegetarian version because I love love the sweeter veggies as well. I don't mind all of the steamed greens, but I have to have squashes and carrots and other root veggies too.

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  2. Carrots win out at our sea. Yeah, gotta have your Saint Me Day in order.

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  3. It's more than enough to remember to wear green that day.

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    1. I never remember to wear green. I do remember to cook food though lol

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  4. I love this new take on one of my old favorites. I serve corned beef every St. Patrick's Day, and I can't wait to try this new variation.

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  5. That looks amazing! I've never thought of adding honey mustard to corned beef. It looks like it works really, REALLY well.

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  6. Perfect for this time of year! Travis does make a traditional corn beef and cabbage meal for us. It's good!

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  7. I love corned beef. I always pick up a few of them when they go on sale this time of year.

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  8. You always make beautiful food Theresa!! xo
    Have a nice weekend!

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  9. I will have to suggest this for St. Patrick's Day, as it seems we have the same thing every year. Nothing wrong with that; but, it would be nice to break up the norm.

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  10. This corned beef looks enticing.Time to make this with some mutton in place if beef.Do not know whether it would look equally inviting.

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  11. This is another new thing for me. I've never tried adding honey mustard on corned beef before.

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  12. I can't wait to try this! I love cornbeef but have only every had it slow cooked. I am addicted to anything that contains honey so this is perfect for me.

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  13. What a great recipe for corned beef, and just in time for St. Patrick's Day! Yum!

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  14. I’ve never tried slow cooked cod beef I will need to explore this soon!

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  15. Toni | Boulder LocavoreMarch 9, 2019 at 3:37 PM

    This looks really amazing!! Would love to give it a try!

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  16. I used to eat something like this when I was a kid and I loved it! Such a great combo.

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  17. This meal looks absolutely delish! I can't wait to try it with the addition of honey and honey mustard!

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  18. Honey Mustard Corned Beef & Vegetables seems like a great dish! I hope I can prepare it soon for my friends and family. So yummy!

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  19. I love that you added cloves. It's fun to make traditional Irish dishes this time of year. I like the honey mustard twist you've added to yours, yum! Now I'm going to go find that slaw recipe you mentioned!

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