This Instant Pot Corned Beef with Honey Mustard Glaze recipe is sponsored by Harris Teeter. All opinions are my own.
This Instant Pot Corned Beef with Honey Mustard Glaze will have you feeling pretty darn lucky this St. Patrick’s Day! Bursting with flavor and with instructions for cooking in a slow cooker, everyone will enjoy this dish, Irish or not.
Helloooo, y’all! Recipes are coming out of this kitchen whirling dervish style! There’s nothing like spring to bring us out of hibernation. It’s time to retire the sweats and slippers and start celebrating good times and good food with friends and family.
(Although if they’re good friends and family, they should really overlook the slippers, right? )
Anywho, today is a first for a few reasons. First up, I’m busting out my Instant Pot. For those of you on the Instant Pot fence, let me forewarn you – there is a definite learning curve to this appliance. That said, if you take the time to figure it out (or follow a recipe like this one exactly), it’s a really cool tool. Think of it as a slow cooker, hot plate, rice cooker, and pressure cooker in one.
Secondly, I’m super excited to share this post as the first of many of a partnership with Forks and Folly and my favorite grocer, Harris Teeter! I’ve worked with Harris Teeter in recipe development and food photography for ages. But now, we’re officially partnering together on a new Harris Teeter blog, brought to you by yours truly! I’m so excited!
Instant Pot Corned Beef with Honey Mustard Glaze
So why is this recipe awesome? Glad you asked! People love corned beef for it’s salty (and fatty) goodness. But that kind of meat takes awhile to cook. Making it the perfect cut to cook up in the Instant Pot. If you don’t have one, no worries. I’ve also included slow cooker instructions.
The other reason why this recipe should be the one you make this St. Patty’s Day? The glaze. After getting all tender and moist in the Instant Pot, we’re basting the meat with a sweet and savory honey mustard glaze. It caramelizes under the broiler for a perfect crust.
Served with cabbage, carrots and potatoes cooked up in the stock from the corned beef, this dish is BURSTING with flavor. Enjoy it with an Irish stout and you’ll feel pretty luck this St. Patrick’s Day!