I’ve got a pinch of Irish blood in me and St. Patrick’s Day is as good an excuse as any for eating corned beef and cabbage. I tried turning the classic Irish American dish into a grilled cheese, because I’m a grilled cheese lover. I have a grilled cheese board on Pinterest. I once made grilled cheese sandwiches for an entire month. You can turn almost anything into a grilled cheese. We lovingly refer to them as melties in our house.
Use your leftover corned beef and cabbage, put some cheddar on there, and slap it between two slices of rye or make it with deli sliced corned beef and cabbage. I’m even including my instructions for Corned Beef as a bonus 🙂
Easiest Slow Cooker Corned Beef
I go the simple route with my corned beef. I buy a corned beef brisket and toss it in the slow cooker. Add 2 cups beef broth (we don’t do beer here), and 1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce. Make sure you include the spice packet that came with your brisket. Cook on low for 6-8 hours.
Watch the video below where I walk you through the recipe and include my special tips for making the perfect loaded grilled cheese sandwich.
Have A Safe and Happy St. Patty’s Day!
The bread looks delicious where do u find good rye like that?
I make it myself 🙂
I'm a grilled cheese lover too! This one looks incredibly. There's really nothing better than a great grilled cheese sandwich!
Such an awesome twist on a classic St. Patrick's Day dish!
These_look_delicious. And, I'm in search of yummy recipes for St. Patrick's Day. Thank you!
Nice and simple, just like I like it.
Girl, I am not a huge fan of reubens–but this has me drooling! Looks great!
Holy moly that looks good!
Here is a site you might like. Grilled cheese academy, Wisconsin based…..http://grilledcheeseacademy.com/
HOLY YUMMINESS! You are a genius and I can't wait to make this! Thank you 🙂
I almost wish that I hadn't used the rest of my corned beef in a Ruben Soup… good thing the sale should still be going on and I can make these too – YUM!