Got leftover corned beef from yesterday’s festivities? Honestly, I don’t know why you would, but on the off chance that you didn’t gobble up all that corned beef, I have the perfect leftover idea. Make Irish Tacos!
Only a girl who is part Irish, who married an Irish man, that lives in the Southwest would think to combine these two. I know it may sound a bit odd, but trust me on this one…I have steered you wrong yet?
A few fried potatoes, leftover corned beef, sauerkraut (or cabbage…fresh or cooked), Swiss cheese, and a little Russian dressing is all you need besides some corn tortillas. It’s almost like a Reuben, but not quite. The corn tortilla and potatoes add a nice twist. I added a few chopped green onions for some freshness and color, but you totally don’t have too.
And if you don’t have any leftover corned beef or didn’t make any…this will be just as tasty with the pre-cooked package of corned beef found in many grocery store deli sections…just heat for about two minutes and you’ve got yourself a nice bowl of beef!
So…I forgot to add the cheese to the pictures, because I had to leave it off my tacos. However, Hubbyman had one with cheese and one without and said it was wonderful both ways. So it’s really up to you on how to personalize these tacos.
Other Great Ideas for Leftover Corned Beef
- 1 lb corned beef
- 8 corn tortillas
- 8 slices Swiss cheese
- 1 20oz package diced potatoes with onion (I used Simply Potatoes brand..or cut up your own potatoes)
- 1 tbls oil
- Russian Dressing
- green onions, chopped (opt)
- Heat oil in 12-inch nonstick skillet over medium heat. Add potatoesand cook 10 minutes without stirring. Turn potatoes, continue to cook 7 to 8 minutes or until potatoes are tender.
- Warm leftover corned beef in microwave until heated through. Right before potatoes are done warm tortillas for about 30 seconds in microwave.
- On top each tortilla add one slice of cheese, ¼ cup potatoes, 2 oz meat, and then top with sauerkraut, dressing and green onions.
- * Instead of sauerkraut feel free to try leftover cooked cabbage or even shredded fresh cabbage.
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