Cook your corned beef and cabbage dinner in the instant pot and you will have the most tender and delicious corned beef dinner ever! Instant Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage with Dijon Horseradish Cream will make this year’s Saint Patrick’s Day dinner superb and memorable. You’ll wish you were Irish every day!
Instant Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage Recipe
It’s time to get out your instant pot because you won’t want to cook your corned beef any other way! I’ve been resistant to the instant pot but this Instant Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage With Dijon Horseradish Cream recipe has changed my mind! so easy, so tender, so delicious! Once you see how tender your corned beef becomes and how quickly the vegetables cook to the perfect texture, you won’t be celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day without your instant pot ever again. The crowning glory is the Dijon Horseradish Cream! When you add a Dijon Horseradish Cream, a combination of sour cream, a country style Dijon and prepared horseradish with the perfect balance of flavors, to your dinner, being Irish will just be the absolute best thing ever!
Do they really eat corned beef and cabbage in Ireland?
I’ve often wondered about this. My dad was from Ireland, with his thick Irish brogue and all, and we always had to have our corned beef and cabbage dinner on St. Patrick’s Day. But truth be told, the traditional dinner eaten in Ireland is lamb or bacon, not corned beef. Go figure!
Is corned beef really Irish?
Actually corned beef was served as a substitution for bacon in the later part of the 19th century by Irish-American immigrants. Corned beef is not a national dish in Ireland and has been associated with Saint Patrick’s Day only as part of the Irish-American culture here in the United States. I sure am happy that it is because it’s such a delicious way to celebrate the holiday!
What to serve with corned beef?
Your dinner is almost complete when you make our Instant Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage recipe but you will still need to round out your menu with a few more recipes and dessert, of course!
Kick off your party with Shamrock Shake Shooters! Our shooters are made with vanilla ice cream, Irish Whiskey, mint flavoring and tinted green, and are sure to be the hit of your Saint Patrick’s Day! Kids will love these little shooters too, without the Irish whiskey of course!
One of my favorite things about St. Patrick’s Day is the Irish Soda Bread! I always want to make an extra loaf because soda bread tastes so good toasted the next morning for breakfast with my cup of tea! Our Nursery School Irish Soda Bread is so easy to make even a three year old can make it!
Guaranteed to be a family favorite, Irish Cheddar Mac ‘n Cheese is both creamy and cheesy, and you don’t have to be Irish to love it because everyone loves mac n cheese! Make it with an Irish cheddar cheese and you’re all set for an Irish celebration.
No-Bake Bailey’s Irish Cream Puddin N Cake Parfaits is an easy dessert recipe combiningIrish Cream, pudding and cake. You’re guaranteed to delight taste buds and make everyone wish they were Irish when you serve these no-bake Irish parfaits!
- ¾ cup sour cream
- 2 Tbs. country style Dijon mustard
- 2 Tbs. prepared horseradish
- 2 Tbs. chopped parsley
Combine sour cream, mustard, horseradish and parsley. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
Place broth, onion, vinegar, brown sugar, garlic and contents of spice packet in instant pot. Top with rack. Place corned beef on rack, fat side up.
Cook 90 minutes on high pressure. Release pressure and remove corned beef. Let stand 10 minutes and then slice.
Meanwhile, strain broth and return 1 cup broth to the instant pot. Add potatoes, carrots and cabbage and cook 5 minutes on high pressure. Release pressure and arrange vegetables on platter with corned beef.
Serve with Dijon Horseradish Cream.