These Toasted Corned Beef and Cabbage Sliders with Mustard Sauce are an incredibly delicious meal to make for St. Patty’s Day! I must warn you, you WILL want to make them more often than just once a year after you try these babies! The beef is slow cooked, piled with tender cabbage on top and drizzled with garlic butter then covered with a warm, toasty roll smothered in a creamy mustard and horseradish sauce. Uh-mazing!! THIS is the way corned beef should be eaten!
I have to admit I was a little concerned that my kids wouldn’t touch these sliders since they are not fans of mustard and when I began cooking the cabbage, the smell wasn’t so inviting. I was picturing myself frantically ordering pizza to feed a bunch of starving children…buuuuut, I didn’t have to do that because they LOVED these sandwiches! They slowly started picking at the beef after I shredded it, then they began dipping it into the sauce (they didn’t see me make it! HA!), and THEN they saw me drizzling the garlic butter over the cabbage (who doesn’t like that drizzled on everything?!). So by the time I put the whole thing together and toasted it- they were IN and so happy with the creation!!
I even captured my little Noah scarfing down his dinner as he watched his dad work in the yard. Happy St. Patty’ Day everyone!