I saw the following recipe on the Food Network. Looks like something kids may enjoy.
Mash boiled potatoes with salt, pepper, and a mixture of mayonnaise and good quality grainy mustard. Add some chopped high quality corned beef brisket to the mix.
Take some cabbage leaves and place some of the potato/corned beef mixture on the leaf and roll into a cabbage roll.
Arrange the rolls over a steamer (water, pickling spice and some Guinness stout) and steam the cabbage rolls for 10 minutes.
Serve with the mustard/mayonnaise mixture as a dipping sauce.
My kids said they’d prefer the Guinness on the side.
Cooking with alcohol imparts a highly negligible amount of alcohol to the food itself; it adds a rich flavor.
Making a beef stew or cholent with beer enhances the flavors immensely.
The recipe looked yummy to me, sort of a meat knish wrapped in cabbage instead of dough.
Cooking with alcohol imparts a highly negligible amount of alcohol to the food itself
That’s why they wanted it on the side.
Ahh, Gotcha, lol. I saw this dish on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. I’d say that the dish could even be done for Pesach, minus the beer and mustard (although imitation Pesach mustard can maybe used for flavor).