Irish Meal in a Bowl, Baked Chopped

Irish Meal in a Bowl

Irish Meal in a Bowl, Baked Chopped

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How much more Irish can this get? Corned Beef, Cabbage (Sauerkraut), Potatoes, Peas, Irish Cheddar and more. Bake it now or make it ahead. That’s the versatility of The Baked Chopped. I chose to put this together early in the AM and bake it when guests arrived. There are so many veggies and healthful ingredients in this Baked Chopped, you’ll need two baking sheets and at least a 13 X 9 Baking dish to contain it all! I used my brand new shiny Lasagna Pan from All Clad!
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I made this for friends for Oscar night, knowing St. Paddy’s day is not far away. Planning ahead! I made a similar Baked Chopped last year. I thought I’d tweak it with one additional healthful ingredient. We covered Probiotics in Week 7 of “The Real Food Experience” so Sauerkraut has more than ever been on my radar. It’s one of the easiest Stealthy/Healthy ingredients you can add to a Chopped.

This recipe is naturally Gluten Free. If you want to keep it dairy free, just drop the cheese. Or if you like a vegan version of cheese you could use that. Want to make this a vegetarian Chopped? Sub the corned beef for 1 can of Red Kidney Beans (drained and rinsed).

The leftovers are so tasty topped with a runny egg. Can’t wait for lunch!

Healthful Choppertunity: Eat This Why?…Sauerkraut

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook time: 45 minutes.

Yield: Serves 6-8

Pre Heat oven to 450 degrees

Bowl/Baking Sheets Ingredients: Chop all into 1 inch uniform pieces.
1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
1 cup Chopped Zucchini
1 cup Chopped Carrot
6 Brown Mushrooms, Chopped
1 Red Bell Pepper, seeded and Chopped
1 Fennel Bulb, Chopped
1 cup Chopped Green Beans
1 Leek, Chopped
3 cups Chopped Red Potato
1 teaspoon Thyme
1 teaspoon Dried Sage
1 teaspoon Kosher or Sea Salt.
1/2 teaspoon Freshly ground Black Pepper

Bowl/Sauce Ingredients:
1 15 oz. can Tomato Sauce or 2 cups homemade
1 15 oz. can diced tomatoes, w no salt added
6 oz. Chopped, Sliced Deli Corned Beef. Of course you can use homemade!
1/2 cup Frozen Peas. You don’t even need to defrost them
1 cup Sauerkraut, drained and Chopped
4 oz. Grated White Cheddar Cheese. I used Irish Dubliner. Reserve 1 oz. for topping
1 Tablespoon Apple Cider Vinegar

Zing Factor: For it’s Stealthy/Healthy anti inflammatory properties
1 Teaspoon Turmeric

Bowl/Baking Sheet Prep:

Chop’em and Drop’em as directed into a Large Bowl. Stir all together to distribute the oil and spices. Pour half on one baking sheet and half on another. Roast in the oven for 20 minutes, turning once half way through cooking time. Remove from oven and let stand. If you’re baking this now, leave the oven at the same temp. If not, reheat to 450 degrees when you’re ready.

Bowl/Sauce ingredients Prep: In the same bowl as you mixed the veggies, add the sauce ingredients including the Zing Factor, if desired. Stir to combine.
Add the roasted veggies to the bowl and stir gently. Pour the mixture into your baking dish or large casserole. Top with reserved Cheese.
Everything is cooked at this point, so all you are doing is heating everything through and creating that gooey cheesy topping everyone loves. This should take about 20 minutes. If you make it ahead, plan on about 25 minutes baking time. Let the Baked Chopped stand for about 15 minutes before… “Getting Your Spoons Ready!”
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Irish Meal in a bowl baked Chopped Pin it! TKC

This recipe was “the most clicked” at the “Pure Blog Love DIY/Recipe” Link party!
“Irish Meal in a Bowl” most clicked at “Simple Supper Tuesday” Linky (Moore or Less Cooking)
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54 Responses to Irish Meal in a Bowl, Baked Chopped

  1. Christie says:

    This looks fabulous, KC! I’m definitely putting it on the menu if I have left over corned beef. That’s a big IF! LOL

  2. Miranda says:

    This looks so yummy! I am going to have to give it a try. My hubby is not a fan of the traditional St. Patty’s day dinner or corned beef and cabbage, so I need to find something else Irish for this year. Thanks for sharing on Fitness Fridays on Drops of Learning!

    • adminKC says:

      I think he’ll really like this one. The combo of ingredients is traditional, but the result is very different and delish!

  3. Erlene says:

    Wow, this dish sure packs in the veggies. My kids enjoy casseroles with lots of vegetables with some meat, but not sure if they will like the sauerkraut. Do you think I can leave that out?

    • adminKC says:

      You could, Erlene, but I promise you they’ll never know it’s in there. I call this “Hiding Veggies in Plain Sight”. Don’t tell them and give it a go. I’m like your kids, not much of a fan, but I know it’s so healthful I had to figure a way to “get it in there!” I add it to soup too. It’s virtually unrecognizable. Let me know how this works out for you!

  4. swathi says:

    Delicious and healthy meal, thanks for shairng with Hearth and soul blog hop, pinning and tweeting.

  5. Sherry Nappa says:

    Wow. This looks delicious! Thanks so much for sharing your recipe with us at Merry Monday.

  6. I don’t have very many Irish recipes. Thanks for sharing this recipe and broadening my choices. It looks delicious! Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day! 😉

  7. I love this veggie loaded twist on corned beef and cabbage, it sounds wonderful and I’m wishing I had a bowl of it in front of me for lunch right now!

  8. This looks like a good hardy meal for the family that’s easy to prepare. Thanks for sharing your chopped recipe with us at the Over the Moon Link Party.

  9. Heidy L McCallum says:

    I bet Mr. McCallum would enjoy this recipe! Thanks for sharing!

  10. Analida's Ethnic Spoon says:

    My Irish husband would love this!

  11. This Irish meal in a bowl has it all! Perfect to share with guests, but I think I’ll make this in advance for lunches for the week!

  12. Katerina says:

    If thew hubby says it was delicious then it really was!!! I love all the ingredients you put in it!

  13. Kristen says:

    This Irish girl thinks this is pretty awesome

  14. This recipes looks so good, we are loving chopped, Delicious!
    Thanks for sharing on the #OMHGWW Pinned and Tweeted!

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  16. Nettie Moore says:

    I am so excited to see your Irish Meal in a Bowl received the most clicks at our Simple Supper Tuesday Linky Party at Moore or Less Cooking Food Blog! Nettie

    • adminKC says:

      Thank you so much, Nettie! I am so gratified with this Chopped. I’ve already made another for friends…with a few changes, of course!

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  18. What a great recipe! Love every single ingredient in here. I can see why it has received the most clicks last week, over at Simple Supper Tuesday. We hope you can join us again, starting Monday night at 8pm EST.

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  20. Dee says:

    This looks so tasty! Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle — you’re one of my features this week! :)

  21. Gday This looks totally delish Kc! Thanks for sharing it at my Say Gday Party!
    Cheers! Joanne Pinned

  22. Cydnee Knoth says:

    I personally pinned this recipe. I love Irish meals. Thank you very much for joining in the celebration of #purebloglove, we enjoy having you each week. I hope to see you on Thursday at 8PM, EST through Sunday night. ~Cydnee

  23. Audrey says:

    I love dishes like this. Unfortunately, my son doesn’t like his food mixed. He’d pick out all of the potatoes and eat those, then the meat, etc. Dinner could last for hours. Hey, that isn’t a bad idea…

    Saw this on Merry Mondays.

  24. Oh, I don’t think I will be waiting for St Patrick’s to be tucking into this one. Looks amazing!

    Thanks for linking up to Marvelous Monday on Smart Party Planning.

    • adminKC says:

      Thanks so much Catherine. I just love the tem “tucking into”. I’m always happy to contribute to your lovely party! :)

  25. Nice combo of flavours,perfect meal

  26. I love that “The Hubby” commented…how adorable! And this dish looks like it is as much fun to make as it is to eat!

  27. Carol Green says:

    Thank you for linking up on OMHG Wordless Wednesday. Your recipe sounds awesome!
    Good Luck and have a great week!

    Carol (aka Running Granny Green)

  28. Ingrid says:

    And the guests could not agree any more with the hubby.
    Oscar for the “Irish Meal in a Bowl”

  29. The Hubby says:

    This looks DELICIOUS!!! I mean this WAS DELICIOUS!!!

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