Leftover Corned Beef Sandwich Recipe



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This corned beef sandwich is packed with so much flavor from the thick slices of corned beef layered with all the favorite toppings making this sandwich irresistible. Leftover corned beef for the WIN!

St. Patrick’s day is a fun holiday to enjoy corned beef on and other fun and festive ideas to feel lucky all year long. If you love celebrating St. Patrick’s Day try this traditional corned beef and cabbage recipe with a side of Irish soda bread for a delicious holiday meal.

Corned beef sandwich on a plate with potato chips on the side.

Corned Beef Sandwich

One of the best leftover sandwich I have had, hands down! I just love the Irish flavors that this sandwich emulates. Fresh rye bread layered with left over cooked corned beef, Swiss cheese and coleslaw are the staple for this sandwich. It is so simple to layer it all together with all your favorite toppings then broiling it in the oven for just a couple of minutes melting it just enough to have…

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