If the St. Patrick’s Day holiday has left you with more corned beef than you know what to do with, we’ve got a simple recipe to turn that corned beef into our favorite thing in the world: a burger!
This loaded burger only has a few ingredients, but when made with our Kobe-crafted Steakhouse Elite ground beef, you get a burger that’s full of flavor and texture, enhanced by the bitterness of the corned beef.
Corned beef, when combined with Steakhouse Elite ground beef, creates a succulent, rich burger with a punch of flavor. Mix up you burger routine into something distinctive and bold this March!
Leftover Corned Beef Burger
1lb Steakhouse Elite ground beef
1C shredded corned beef
1/2C Irish cheddar, cubed
Salt and Pepper (to taste)
½ head of red cabbage, shredded
1C rice vinegar
Onion potato buns
Combine cabbage, rice vinegar, sugar and salt in a container and shake well to mix. Refrigerate 20 minutes to overnight.
Prep burger patties by combining Steakhouse Elite ground beef with corned beef, Irish cheddar and salt and pepper. Mix well with hands and mold into a burger patty.
Grill to desired doneness. Prep potato bun with mustard, then insert burger and top with arugula, onion and pre-made cabbage slaw.
Though this recipe makes great use out of leftover corned beef, its bold flavor is perfect for any occasion. A kiss for the cook, after all, it is Irish!