7 Reviews

Yum! Bubble & Squeak! Only we have this for supper on Mar. 18th. Would have given 5 starts, but ya need to use a bit more butter & you've gotta let it brown a tad. Your NYC Corned Beef & Cabbage recipe was also wonderful; what I've been eating for 60 yrs. & making for 40. Only differences: I put the seasonings in a few layers of cheesecloth, tie with a length of string which I attach to pot handle - easy retrieval. I also add some whole cloves, extra bay leaf & a little sugar. Oh, & I'm a NYC Irish Catholic 'kid'! =D

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YeOldeBat October 29, 2006

Even better than the first time! Great way to use up the leftovers. Who says corned beef and cabbage isn't for breakfast?!

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Lucky Clover March 18, 2013

This is SO GOOD! I might even like the leftovers more than the original meal; the flavors have time to "migrate" more. Yummy x10!!

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mmm29 March 16, 2011

I used twice as much butter a huge hadful of leftover minced parsley, included my leftover potatoes (cut to bite size), and let it really brown good. Delicious!

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jackie.knight March 18, 2010

Well we had the NYC dinner yesterday and it was great. So,we had this for breakfast a little while ago. had too many veggies left so did a 1/3 each of the meat, potatoes and veggies. also toasted the soda bread. thanks again for your wonderful additions.

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diggerdo2 March 18, 2010

After making your recipe for corned beef and cabbage I had some leftovers for breakfast. I was surprised this made such a good breakfast. I did brown it slightly for some texture. It didn't turn without breaking, but flipping in the pan was very easy.

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Trained Sniper December 08, 2008

EXCELLENT! This is almost better than the corned beef and cabbage the night before.

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princess.and.the.pea February 21, 2007
March 18th Breakfast