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Guinness Corned Beef Sliders

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Guinness corned beef sliders on Hawaiian rolls make a festive St. Patrick’s Day meal! These easy party sandwiches can also be served year round as Game Day appetizers and crowd-pleasing party food. Cooking tasty meat for these mini sandwiches is simple with this easy Instant Pot recipe. Sliders are also a great way to use leftovers from a corned beef and cabbage dinner!

Corned Beef Sliders served on a platter for St. Patrick's Day.

INGREDIENTS FOR GUINNESS CORNED BEEF SLIDERS

Get ready for your Game Day party or St. Patrick’s Day celebration! Here’s what you’ll need to cook corned beef with Guinness, and make these easy party sandwiches:

  • Corned beef brisket with spice packet
  • Frozen pearl onions or white boiler onions (trimmed and peeled)
  • Cloves of garlic
  • Optional: bay leaves
  • Guinness draught beer (or beef broth)
  • Hawaiian rolls
  • Package of coleslaw mix (thinly-sliced green cabbage, purple cabbage, and carrots)
  • Fresh dill, chopped
  • Dijon mustard
  • Optional: mayonnaise
  • Baby Kosher dill pickles (whole)

OPTIONAL ITEM: Bamboo party forks

The ingredients for corned beef sliders laid out on a white rustic table.


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Cooking Instant Pot corned beef for making sliders.

BEST HAWAIIAN ROLL SLIDERS RECIPE

Here’s how to cook tender meat for Guinness corned beef sliders in a pressure cooker, like an Instant Pot or Mealthy Multi-Pot. The meat is fork-tender and juicy, perfect for making this Hawaiian roll sliders recipe!

  • STEP 1: Add garlic and onions to inner steel pot of the pressure cooker.
  • STEP 2: Adjust wire rack over the garlic and onions. Add Guinness beer and water to the pot. Place corned beef brisket on the metal rack, fat cap down.
  • STEP 3: Sprinkle spices over the top of the meat. Add 2 bay leaves, if desired.
  • STEP 4: With tongs, turn over beef so the fat cap faces up.

Four images showing how to make corned beef for sliders in a pressure cooker.

HOW TO COOK CORNED BEEF IN A PRESSURE COOKER

Continue following these easy instructions for making a juicy corned beef brisket simmered in Guinness beer. The meat from this recipe makes the best corned beef sliders you’ve ever tasted!

  1. INSTANT POT USERS: Close the lid. Turn venting knob to sealing position. Select HIGH PRESSURE. Cook 1.5 hours. (Allow an additional 15 minutes for pressure to build.) Follow manufacture’s guide for quick release (about 5 minutes).
  2. MEALTHY MULTIPOT USERS: Seal the lid. Set steam vent to SEALING. Press PRESSURE COOK + HIGH PRESSURE. Cook 90 minutes. Quick release remaining pressure: set steam vent to VENTING.
  3. Carefully open the lid of the pressure cooker. Lift up the metal tray that’s holding the meat. Transfer corned beef to a platter. Remove bay leaves, onions, and solids.
  4. Thinly slice beef against the grain.

Instant Pot corned beef on a white serving platter.

ASSEMBLE GUINNESS CORNED BEEF SLIDERS

Here’s how to put together a batch of these easy party sandwiches! You’ll absolutely love this easy Hawaiian roll sliders recipe!

  1. Horizontally slice Hawaiian rolls in half.
  2. Spread a layer of mustard over the bottom half of each roll. If desired, spread some mayonnaise on the top half of the bun.
  3. Place 2-3 slices of corned beef on the bottom bun. Sprinkle the meat with freshly-chopped dill. Add 1/4 cup coleslaw to each.
  4. Place the top halves of the Hawaiian rolls on the sliders.
  5. Garnish each beef slider with a baby dill pickle. Pierce the party sandwiches with bamboo party forks that will help hold each of these appetizers together.

Guinness corned beef sliders on Hawaiian rolls with a pickle on top of each slider sandwich.

CORNED BEEF SANDWICH RECIPE TIPS

  • WHAT’S THE BEST TYPE OF BEER FOR CORNED BEEF? I prefer Guinness draught beer for this pressure cooker recipe for corned beef sandwiches. Stout beer can give the corned beef a bold and bitter taste. And truth be told, I buy both types for St. Patrick’s Day: one for cooking, and one for drinking!
  • HOW TO MAKE HOMEMADE PICKLING SPICE: If your corned beef brisket does not include a spice packet, here’s how to make a homemade blend: 2 whole bay leaves, 1 1/2 teaspoons mustard seeds, 1 1/2 teaspoons coriander seeds, 3/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes, 1/2 teaspoon allspice berries (whole).
  • WHAT IS THE BEST PRESSURE COOKER FOR THIS RECIPE? As a food blogger and recipe creator, I have the opportunity to try out all the best appliances. My pressure cooker of choice is the Mealthy MultiPot 2.0.
  • QUICK TIP FOR PARTY SANDWICHES: No time to cook a beef brisket? Just run to the deli and purchase 3.5 pounds of thinly-sliced corned beef!
  • NO HAWAIIAN ROLLS FOR CORNED BEEF SLIDERS? You can use any type of slider buns or small bread rolls to make these delicious mini sandwiches!
  • WHAT TO SUBSTITUTE FOR GUINNESS BEER: You can use all water with 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, or a can of beef broth plus water. You’ll need a total of 4 cups of liquid.
  • WHAT TO SERVE WITH A CORNED BEEF SANDWICH: Kettle chips, fruit, and an ice-cold beer!

Corned Beef sliders served with dijon mustard and baby dill pickles.


ANOTHER HAWAIIAN ROLL SLIDERS RECIPE!

Do you love these savory corned beef sliders? Are you looking for another way to use corned beef and Hawaaiin rolls? Make a batch of reuben sliders for St. Patrick’s Day! These easy party sandwiches are quick to assemble.

REUBEN SLIDER INGREDIENTS

  • Hawaiian Rolls
  • Thin slices of cooked corned beef
  • Thousand island dressing
  • Swiss cheese slices
  • Sauerkraut
  • Melted butter

HOW TO ASSEMBLE REUBEN SLIDERS

  1. Preheat oven to 350ºF. Slice Hawaiian rolls in half horizontally. Place them in a baking dish.
  2. Layer the bottom half of the rolls with thin slices of corned beef and Swiss cheese.
  3. Mix the dressing and sauerkraut together. Spread it over the cheese.
  4. Replace the top halves of the Hawaiian rolls.
  5. Brush melted butter over the tops. Bake for 12-15 minutes.

ANOTHER SLIDER RECIPE: CHEESEBURGER SLIDERS!


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Corned Beef Sliders served on a platter for St. Patrick's Day.

Guinness Corned Beef Sliders


  • Author: Denay DeGuzman
  • Prep Time: 15 Minutes
  • Cook Time: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
  • Total Time: 1 Hour 45 Minutes
  • Yield: 12 Sliders 1x

Description

Guinness corned beef sliders on Hawaiian rolls are wildly delicious! These easy party sandwiches are a real crowd pleaser. Serve them on St. Patrick’s Day as appetizers or with a side of crispy kettle chips for a full meal.


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Ingredients

  • 4 pound corned beef brisket with spice packet
  • 1 cup frozen pearl onions, or white boiler onions (trimmed and peeled)
  • 4 cloves of garlic
  • Optional: 1-2 bay leaves
  • 2 1/2 cups water
  • 11.2 ounces Guinness draught beer (1 bottle)
  • 12 Hawaiian rolls
  • 1 package of coleslaw mix
  • 23 tablespoons fresh dill, chopped
  • Dijon mustard for spreading, as desired
  • Optional: mayonnaise for spreading
  • Baby Kosher dill pickles (whole)

Instructions

HOW TO COOK CORNED BEEF FOR SLIDERS

  1. Add onions and garlic to inner steel pot of pressure cooker. Add wire rack on top. Pour Guinness beer and water into the pot. Place corned beef brisket on the metal rack, fat cap down. Sprinkle spices over the top of the meat. Add 1-2 bay leaves, if desired. With tongs, turn over beef so the fat cap faces up.
  2. INSTANT POT USERS: Close the lid. Turn venting knob to sealing position. Select HIGH PRESSURE. Cook 1.5 hours. (Allow an additional 15 minutes for pressure to build.) Follow manufacture’s guide for quick release (about 5 minutes).
  3. MEALTHY MULTIPOT USERS: Seal the lid. Set steam vent to SEALING. Press PRESSURE COOK + HIGH PRESSURE. Cook 90 minutes. Quick release remaining pressure: set steam vent to VENTING.
  4. Carefully open the lid of the pressure cooker. Lift up the metal tray that’s holding the meat. Transfer corned beef to a platter. Remove bay leaves, onions and solids. Strain the liquid. Reserve one cup in case it’s needed for sprinkling over the meat to keep it from drying out.
  5. Thinly slice beef against the grain.

HOW TO ASSEMBLE CORNED BEEF SLIDERS

  1. Horizontally slice Hawaiian rolls in half.
  2. Spread a layer of mustard over the bottom half of each roll. If desired, spread some mayonnaise on the top half of the bun.
  3. Place 2-3 slices of corned beef on the bottom bun. Sprinkle the meat with freshly-chopped dill. Add 1/4 cup coleslaw to each.
  4. Place the top halves of the Hawaiian rolls on the sliders.
  5. Garnish each beef slider with a baby dill pickle. Pierce the party sandwiches down the middle with wooden party picks to help hold everything together.

 

 


Notes

EXPERT TIPS

  • WHAT’S THE BEST TYPE OF BEER FOR CORNED BEEF? I prefer Guinness draught beer for this pressure cooker recipe for corned beef sandwiches. Stout beer can give the corned beef a bold and bitter taste. And truth be told, I buy both types for St. Patrick’s Day: one for cooking, and one for drinking!
  • HOW TO MAKE HOMEMADE PICKLING SPICE: If your corned beef brisket does not include a spice packet, here’s how to make a homemade blend: 2 whole bay leaves, 1 1/2 teaspoons mustard seeds, 1 1/2 teaspoons coriander seeds, 3/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes, 1/2 teaspoon allspice berries (whole).
  • QUICK TIP FOR PARTY SANDWICHES: No time to cook a beef brisket? Just run to the deli and purchase 3.5 pounds of thinly-sliced corned beef!
  • NO HAWAIIAN ROLLS FOR CORNED BEEF SLIDERS? You can use any type of slider buns or small bread rolls to make these delicious mini sandwiches!
  • WHAT TO SUBSTITUTE FOR GUINNESS BEER: You can use all water with 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, or a can of beef broth plus water. You’ll need a total of 4 cups of liquid.
  • WHAT TO SERVE WITH A CORNED BEEF SANDWICH: Kettle chips, fruit, and an ice-cold beer!
  • Category: Appetizers, Dinner
  • Method: Pressure Cooker
  • Cuisine: American, Irish

Keywords: Corned Beef Sliders, Easy Party Sandwiches, Hawaiian Roll Slider Recipe, Mini Sandwiches

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GUINNESS CORNED BEEF SLIDERS > JOIN THE CONVERSATION

What do you think about this Hawaiian roll sliders recipe? Have you tried Guinness corned beef sliders before? Which easy party sandwiches will you serve on St. Patrick’s Day this year? Share your thoughts below!

12 thoughts on “Guinness Corned Beef Sliders”

  1. I love the look of these – they’ve got character. They look like great party food and would make a fab change from mini burgers. Also, being able to cook the meat in one go in the pressure cooker beats slaving over individual pieces of meat last minute.

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  2. I’m looking for some different recipes to try this St Patrick’s day. And this looks so delicious. Thank you for a variation on corned beef and cabbage. So excited to serve these sliders!

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  3. These are perfect entertainers for my next part – exactly what I need and with just the right amount of ingredients!

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  4. Your photographs are gorgeous! I’m sharing this recipe with my dad. He’ll love that this recipe has two of his favorite things in life….beef and beer!

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  5. I’m planing St. Patrick’s dinner for my friends. This is definitely something my guest would like. I’ve just put this on my dinner list. Such a lovely delicious recipe. Yum!

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  6. Oh these will be absolutely perfect for a little gathering we are having this weekend for st.patties day! What an awesome idea. Plus a great way to use my pressure cooker :)

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