Creamy Potato and Corned Beef Chowder will transform your corned beef leftovers into an delicious and hearty comfort food dinner!
Leftovers. For some people leftovers are a problem, for us it’s a fun challenge.
Enter this Creamy Potato and Corned Beef Chowder.
When we know that we have awesome leftover recipes to make, like soup or maybe even these Corned Beef Tater Tots, we simply buy a bigger piece of corned beef.
We buy it FOR the leftovers. It’s a whole thing you guys, I promise you.
So the base of this soup is like a baked potato soup, but this one has shredded cabbage in there too. We’ve got to get some veg in there too, right?
If you have leftover cooked cabbage from St. Patrick’s Day…throw it in. Don’t run out and buy more cabbage, but for this recipe I used a bag of coleslaw mix and dumped it right in.
You’re going to need about three heaping cups of corned beef for this Creamy Potato and Corned Beef Chowder so try and plan ahead. Sneak some into the fridge before you serve it to the family.
Or if you really want to make this soup but don’t want to cook a whole corned beef just get some thick diced from the deli counter, chop it up and get it in the pot.
We had these sprouts leftover from our Corned Beef Irish Nachos so I thought they’d look good for garnish. Turns out they tasted pretty darn good on the soup too so it worked out all around.
Grab a few beers and get this pot of soup on the dinner table. We can keep on celebrating all weekend long!Print
Irish Potato and Corned Beef Chowder
- Author: Dan George
- Category: Main
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1 medium onion (chopped)
- 1 14 oz. bag Coleslaw mix or shredded cabbage
- 3 lbs. russet potatoes (peeled and diced)
- 6 cups chicken broth
- 2½ teaspoons salt
- 1 teaspoon pepper
- 1 teaspoon celery salt
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 cup heavy cream
- 3 cups diced leftover corned beef
- Sprouts for garnish (optional.)
- heat the oil in a large soup pot over medium heat.
- Add the onions and cabbage and cook until softened, about 8 minutes.
- Add the potatoes, seasonings and chicken broth and stir.
- Cover and simmer for 30 minutes.
- With an immersion blender, puree the soup until smooth, or until desired consistency.
- Pour in the cream and corned beef, stir to combine and serve.
- Garnish with sprouts if desired.
Born and raised in New Jersey, Dan started the web site Mantitlement as a way to learn how to cook for the first time from his wife, Christie. Christie has always been the primary cook in the household and Dan got used to having her three-course, restaurant quality meals for dinner every night. Well, it was time he learned how to do some cooking on his own, and that's how Mantitlement got started. Dan believes that everyone is entitled to having great food and drinks at home...and he can show you how to make them with his collection of recipes!