Corned Beef, Rice and Vegetable Soup

Corned beef, carrots, celery, onion and rice is a delicious way to prepare corned beef for St. Patty’s Day. You could even make this with leftover corned beef which I never have!

To see the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card click HERE.


  1. Very interesting! Never would I have ever thought about using corned beef in a soup as I’ve only ever had it from a can. Will have to give this a try one day!

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  2. Oh wow! This is such a yummilicious recipe😋😋
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  3. After a bit of Googling, I found out that American Corned Beef is not the same as UK Corned beef. In the UK the food item that you use in your recipes, we would call Salt Beef. Our Corned beef looks like this That would make a whole different dish.

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  4. Wow – another corned beef recipe. You have given lots of options for leftover corned beef, if we have it and don’t pile it on sandwiches. I now want a corned beef sandwich as they’ve been advertising corned beef from Wigley’s Market all day long and a reporter interviewed the owner. Wigley’s has been at Eastern Market since 1924! The owner said something funny: “eat my corned beef and you’ll feel green all week!” (Hmm – as long as you don’t look green … just sayin’.)

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      • Yes, he didn’t think about it at all afterward either because the reporter laughed at what he said and even repeated it and he said nothing. Today they were talking to someone in a restaurant who makes cabbage rolls and stuffs them with ground-up corned beef, instead of ground beef and says they are tangier that way. It sounded good … no recipe, I looked on the website, but nothing about the actual recipe. I thought you could try it next year and buy a bigger corned beef as you said you don’t always have leftovers.


      • I thought you’d like that idea. I listen to a station where you can go back and rewind a news story or interview. I went back to rewind it and there was a problem and there was a lapse just then. But I know he said they were much tangier than regular stuffed cabbage (he said “like your Bubba used to make” – I think that is Polish for grandma).

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