Instant Pot® Guinness® Corned Beef Recipe
Guinness® beer-soaked corned beef, potatoes, carrots, onions, and cabbage are all cooked quickly and easily in an Instant Pot® pressure cooker for one delicious dinner.
Corned beef is covered in Irish stout and brown sugar then slow roasted in the oven until tender. This St. Patrick's Day staple is so good your friends and family may request it all year long.
This slow cooker corned beef brisket is coated in brown sugar and cooked with Irish stout beer, red and sweet potatoes, and cabbage for a warm winter meal.
Say goodbye to prep time in this recipe for corned beef simmered in an Instant Pot® with beer and garlic.
This was the best corned beef we've had! Loved it! The Guiness and brown sugar added a new flavor to the us I am spices , onion and garlic. Will make this again!
After cooking the brisket for 90 minutes, I did a quick release and the steam and beer gushed out making a horrible mess. The corned beef was tender, but firm which I liked. It was from Costco and they have a good, lean beef. I think 5 minutes for matchstick sized carrots, quartered small red potatoes, bite-sized onions and coarsely chopped cabbage is too long. I cut my carrots, onions, and celery in large chunks. Left the potatoes in their golf-ball size, and cut the cabbage in four wedges. The cabbage, celery and onions came out overcooked, but the root veggies were fine. I guess it's a matter of preference. If I make this next time, I'll cook the veggies for three minutes and cook the cabbage on the stove.
Get top recipes and tips to cook corned beef - a favorite for St. Patrick's Day. Learn about the brisket and spices that make up this flavorful roast.
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