Leftover corned beef from St. Patrick’s Day? Make delicious Corned Beef Macaroni and Cheese, a comforting casserole that’s so simple to make.
Corned Beef Macaroni and Cheese
Here we are rocketing towards the end of March, and I cannot wait to spring to finally make her grand appearance. We’ve gotten through winter and just recently celebrated St. Patrick’s Day which to me usually mentally means there are only a couple more weeks of chilly weather…hopefully!
I’m of partial Irish descent, I try to make a corned beef dinner at least on St. Patrick’s Day so my kids get a sense of traditional Irish fare. Personally, both my husband and I love it so I do prepare from time to time throughout the year also. What corned beef usually means is leftovers, right?
I love using corned beef it in a variety of leftovers including Corned Beef Macaroni and Cheese! You’ve seen me post a couple of variations on a Reuben in the past if you don’t recall them I’ve linked them below. Try them they are both delish!
What is corned beef?
Beef brisket cured in brine and boiled, served hot typically with cabbage, or cold, sliced for sandwiches.
Is corned beef hard to prepare?
No, not at all. A key tip is: low and slow. I love making my corned beef in the slow cooker.
Other great ways to use leftover corned beef:
Adding corned beef into a creamy homemade macaroni and cheese is simple and delicious comfort food. Give it a try next time you have corned beef leftovers, it is a wonderful way to keep enjoying this amazing meat.
Have you tried these easy recipes?
Macaroni and Cheese