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Coconut Milk Corned Beef and Cabbage

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In this video, Chef John turns traditional corned beef and cabbage on its head, braising it with Thai-style coconut milk and red curry paste. See how Chef John prepares the corned beef, braising it with coconut milk, super-hot curry paste—be careful with that!—and fish sauce. These Asian ingredients are all easy to find. You’ll add celery, carrots, and onions, and then, after several hours of braising, potatoes and cabbage. You’ll also see how to cut the corned beef across the grain into beautiful thin slices. The unexpected becomes delicious when the Emerald Isle meets Southeast Asia. Watch the video, then get the recipe for Chef John’s Coconut Corned Beef and Cabbage.

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Elaine Brown

Elaine Brown

I never used canned coconut milk in my life and boy was I presently surprised. It is darned good. I make all kinds of diet drinks by using trivia sugar, ice and water. But I made some 3 large boiled potatoes, 4 large carrots. Then I cut them up into chunks in a skillet add one jar off the not so hot curry sauce. And add the can of coconut it makes a kewl side at that point. But then we make the Emerils Chinese Buns and then add this vegetarian filler into the buns and steam. They are so good you never can imagine that curry coconut milk makes such a good combination.

Strawberry

Strawberry

Chef John - this is a message for you- KEEP UP YOUR AMAZING SUBMISSIONS !! I've used many recipes from many sites and AR is definitely my go to site. I always look to see what you have to say about anything I may want to cook. I thinkmy style of cooking is a lot like yours in the adventurous, recipe swaying attitude. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Your The Best!

bambooblue

bambooblue

Made this today in my slow cooker with an already spiced corned beef from my local meat market. Used coconut cream concentrate instead of canned coconut milk, beef broth and didn't add the red curry paste. It turned out FANTASTIC. I think the coconut oil really enhances the beef and there is not a distinct coconut taste. You can't ruin anything with coconut!

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