Fireman Bob's Fire House Burger # 4 Irish Burger

Bob Cooney


I may have / should have posted this on a month ago, but if you're like me, Corn Beef and Cabbage can be eaten anytime of the year...

These turn out fantastic on the grill...

You could also do it in a hot skillet too...

I looked through my files and there are a lot of Burgers left to post...

After I get finished with the series there will be enough for an All Burger Cook Book!



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4 to 6
25 Min
15 Min


2 lb
corn beef brisket
1 clove
garlic - minced
1 lb
small new potatoes - peeled - cooked - mashed
cabbage head - cored - chopped- cooked - drained
1 large
carrot - shredded - chopped fine
1 large
1 Tbsp
horseradish ( optional )
1 Tbsp
mustard ( optional )
1 tsp
fresh cracked balck pepper - or to taste
1 tsp
course sea salt - or to taste
1 tsp
corriander seeds - cracked
2 Tbsp
fresh lemon juice
2 Tbsp
fresh zested lemon


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1Ask your meat man to grind the corn beef so you have ground corn beef

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2Place the corn beef, garlic, mashed potatoes, cabbage, carrot, egg, horseradish, mustard, pepper, salt, corriander seeds, lemon juice, and zest

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3Mix all ingredients till just combined.

Form mixture into patties 1 inch thick.

Set aside for 10 minutes

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4Place Burgers on hot grill or skillet and cook 8 minutes side one, flip and cook additional 6 minutes or till done

Enjoy !!!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Burgers
Main Ingredient: Beef
Regional Style: American