Irish Style Corned Beef
Pack: 2-3 lbs
Case: 8 x 2-3lbs
*Individually packaged within the case
Put the brisket into a saucepan with carrots, onions, mustard and herbs (thyme and parsley, tied together)
Cover with cold water, and bring gently to a boil
Simmer, covered, for 2 hours
Discard the outer leaves of the cabbage, cut in quarters and add to the pot
Cook for a further 1 to 2 hours or until the meat and vegetables are soft and tender
Serve the corned beef in slices, surrounded by the vegetables and cooking liquid
Ratings & Reviews
Irish for Thanksgiving
I consistently purchase Tommy's corned beef for our Thanksgiving lunch. Most of my family bypasses the turkey and heads directly for our Irish feast!
Lovely Irish Full Breakfast but in Americay!
by Prof. Jim
Moloney's food was as if I was back in Limerick-so lovely to taste when so faraway-Fair Play Mr Moloney's I enjoyed the huge Irish breakfast sent by my lovely Olivette
A nurse who knows how to get a man in great form!
Mighty MOloney B-fast
by Prof Jim
MY dear friend in Limerick Olive sent me a Moloney's Irish breakfast which was so delicious.I had to add me own mushrooms and garlic and spring onions but the meats were fantastically of te highest Irish standard and I have lived in Ireland most of adult life. The Black Pudding was grand (where was the white I might ask?) The rashers were fabulous and I must send orders to your butcher for the bangers.... Excellent with a glass of claret and the music of the Chieftains in backgraound. The yanks just don't get it when it comes to flat pystershell pure bacon. Let this be a lesson to yee.