Kimchi Corned Beef - Food Wishes - St. Patrick's Day Recipe

  • Published on:  3/9/2018
  • Learn how to make a Kimchi Corned Beef recipe! We've given this St. Patrick's Day classic a little Korean twist, and the results were amazing! Imagine a traditional corned beef and cabbage, but much spicier and way more flavorful. Visit for the ingredients, more information, and many, many more video recipes. I hope you enjoy this delicious Kimchi Corned Beef recipe!

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  • Chul-Jae Lee
    Chul-Jae Lee 3 days ago

    I’ve been thinking about cooking corned beef and kimchi together but every st. Patrick’s Day I ended up cooking the traditional way because I didn’t want to ruin my once a year boiled dinner by experimenting. But now with your recipe and tips, I can try. Thank you. Btw, we Koreans usually cook pork belly with very aged kimchi.

  • UristMcPerson
    UristMcPerson 2 months ago

    "You are the sharif of your corned beef"!

  • John Santiago
    John Santiago 2 months ago

    The way u talk in ur videos is hilarious

  • Mandy The Runner Up
    Mandy The Runner Up 4 months ago

    Him getting the Kimchi out of the jar made me think of afterbirth ....

  • yermanoh
    yermanoh 4 months ago

    celery is evil and should never be used in cooking.jussayin

  • Milk Dud Nips
    Milk Dud Nips 5 months ago

    This sounds so good.

  • The Flannel Dragonfly
    The Flannel Dragonfly 5 months ago

    Looks yummy 🍀

  • gravecactus
    gravecactus 6 months ago

    i do love carrots and onions

  • Kori Skene
    Kori Skene 6 months ago

    The corned beef looks suprisingly delicious! Im not typically a picky eater but I'm yet to try kimchi because I struggle to get past the way it looks. I do love cabbage, though.

  • Anthony Nagatani
    Anthony Nagatani 6 months ago+1

    Chef John,
    How would you alter this recipe if you wanted to do it sous vide?
    Thanks so much!!!

  • Arnaud Côté
    Arnaud Côté 6 months ago

    Wishes against humanity would be a great game!

  • Nancy Yoshimoto
    Nancy Yoshimoto 6 months ago


  • Michael Laughlin
    Michael Laughlin 6 months ago

    I made this this weekend and it was mind boggling good. It really works well. By far my favorite style so far.

  • Kerry Lawrence
    Kerry Lawrence 6 months ago

    This was not only easy to make and pay out was far worth the effort

  • brikrantz1
    brikrantz1 6 months ago

    Hey, Chef John! Excellent idea. My wife makes homemade kimchi all the time and we usually end up giving half of it away. I used a point end beef brisket and the cool thing was being able to insert a layer of kimchi into the middle of the brisket. Other than that, I used chicken stock for some added liquid about halfway through. Delicious as can be, and my wife used the dregs for kimchi soup with rice. How about a Food Wishes kimchi recipe? I'll let you know how my wife does it.

  • Andi Flanagan
    Andi Flanagan 6 months ago

    I have some Brussel Sprout Kimchi I just got done fermenting, AND, some homemade Corned Moose, from last year's hunt. Oh my! Thy will be done.

  • markspc1
    markspc1 6 months ago

    Looks delicious.
    Your corned beef looks so pink I guess there is a ton of sodium nitrate/nitrite enough to make some black powder he-he.

  • Patrick Chadd
    Patrick Chadd 6 months ago

    I made this tonight with the Corned Round of Beef - SO AMAZING - and definitely better than the corned brisket if you can get it. I found my Corned Round of Beef at BJ's. I added new potatoes, real baby carrots and some VERY fermented kimchi I had in the fridge. I did it in my Instant Pot so it was ready in 50 minutes - so very, very delicious! Tomorrow Corned Beef Kimchi Fried Rice with the poached egg!!! Thanks Chef John!!!!

  • Hannah Borden
    Hannah Borden 6 months ago

    We made this yesterday for St. Patrick's Day and it was amazing! It was so flavorful and tender. Way to hit another one out of the park Chef John!!!

  • Damie Houlihan
    Damie Houlihan 6 months ago

    sorry we dont eat cabbage and cornbeef. We in ireland eat bacon and cabbage