Sunday, March 9, 2014

Thai One on This Saint Patrick's Day

Sorry to partially ruin the surprise, but I’ll be posting a St. Paddy’s Day recipe soon, and it’s not a new corned beef and cabbage recipe. Of course, chances are you’ve been successfully boiling corned beef for years without my help, but if you’re in the mood for a spicy chance of pace, I’m re-posting this delicious coconut milk version for your consideration. You can read the original post here. Enjoy!

7 comments:

Dave Ridge said...

It is an old Bad Religion Song! Just saying...;)

will dukeshire said...

My mouth was watering as you sliced that beautiful corned beef! another awesome looking recipe...would love to put that beef on a Kaiser bun! Thanks Chef John

thisdamecooks said...

This is reminiscent of "lu pulu" a Polynesian dish. Corned beef, coconut milk, onions and garlic wrapped in taro leaves and a banana leaf for the outer cover then baked in an underground oven called an umu. Absolutely delicious.

thisdamecooks said...

This is reminiscent of "lu pulu" a Polynesian dish. Corned beef, coconut milk, onions and garlic wrapped in taro leaves and a banana leaf for the outer cover then baked in an underground oven called an umu. Absolutely delicious.

thisdamecooks said...

Tiny sliver of Scotch Bonnet chili would be awesome.

Alex G said...

Loved this... I used sweet potatoes instead of white ones, just like the health benefits. I also did use the spice pack that came with the corned beef. This was delicious. I have already purchased more corned beef. Gonna make it again this weekend. Thanks for a great recipe, as usual.

Franken Stein said...

I made this wacky recipe last week and it turned out really well :-) Thank you for experimenting for me.