Parsley Corned Beef Dip Recipe

We’re bringing you an easy corned beef dip recipe for the perfect appetizer and starter! It’s a great dip for casual snacks and sides but also the perfect party dip that goes with almost anything. For this quick and easy recipe, you would be needing minimal ingredients and only 10 minutes of your time. Enjoy tasty crumbled corned beef in a creamy and tangy herb-filled mayo mix in a jiff!

Corned beef dips are inspired by the classic St. Patrick’s Day creamy and cheesy Reuben dip that’s perfect with crispy vegetables, chips, and crackers. Irish food is all about dairy, fresh veggies, and freshly baked bread. So we can say that both the Reuben Dip and our corned beef dip are Irish inspired. The Reuben Dip is similar to our corned beef dip, except that most of its recipes use Thousand Island dressing and cream cheese for the creamy base.  Our dip, on the other hand, uses sour cream and mayonnaise. Our corned beef dip is the perfect last-minute dip for your next gathering. You can totally make it with ingredients that can be easily found in your kitchen.

This creamy herb-filled dip paired with crispy vegetables, crusty bread, or crunchy chips will give you the perfect starter for your St. Patrick’s Day menu. It’s a new and delicious party food that everyone will enjoy. Make it for parties, game nights, and casual hangouts. It’s a fun and flavorful dip that goes perfectly with our Baked Spiral-Cut Potato Chips and Irish Soda Bread. You’ll love the creamy texture and sweet and tangy flavor of this dip that brings your meal to a whole other level!

Parsley Corned Beef Dip Recipe

How to Make Parsley Corned Beef Dip

A quick and easy corned beef dip recipe that serves tender crumbled beef in sweet and tangy mayo mix loaded with herbs.

Prep: 10 mins
Total: 10 mins


  • cup fresh parsley, minced
  • 2 tbsp onion, finely chopped
  • 2 cups sour cream
  • 2 cups mayonnaise
  • ½ tbsp seasoned salt
  • 1 can corned beef


  1. Mince parsley and onions.
  2. In a mixing bowl, combine the sour cream and mayonnaise to make the dipping sauce.
  3. Add chopped parsley and onions to the dipping sauce.
  4. Season with salt and fold using a rubber spatula or similar mixing tool until well combined.
  5. In a serving bowl, put in your corned beef then pour over your dipping sauce. Fold to mix well.
  6. Serve your dip with crunchy toasted bread or a side of vegetables and enjoy!

Recipe Notes

If you have time, you can chill your corned beef dip for 2 hours for a cold creamy dip that goes perfectly with crunchy and tasty finger food. Check out our CAQ Section for the perfect sides to pair with this dip!


  • Sugar: 3g
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  • Calcium: 73mg
  • Calories: 543kcal
  • Carbohydrates: 2g
  • Cholesterol: 67mg
  • Fat: 57g
  • Fiber: 1g
  • Iron: 1mg
  • Potassium: 180mg
  • Protein: 5g
  • Saturated Fat: 14g
  • Sodium: 853mg
  • Vitamin A: 605IU
  • Vitamin C: 11mg
Nutrition Disclaimer

Commonly Asked Questions

What do I serve with a corned beef dip?

This Parsley Corned Beef Dip is perfect for crispy fresh vegetables like carrot sticks, celery, bell peppers and cucumbers. You can also serve it with bagels, toasted baguette and assorted crackers. It also goes well with crunchy corn and potato chips.

Can I freeze my dip?

Cream-based dips like our Parsley Corned Beef Dip are not recommended for freezing. Because creams are temperature-sensitive, freezing can mess up the flavors and thick consistency of cream-based dips. So instead of freezing, we suggest making it at most a week in advance, placing it in an airtight container and chilling it in the fridge until serving.

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With just a few ingredients you can quickly whip up this creamy and tasty dip that perfectly goes with your green beer for St. Patrick’s Day. It can be your go-to quick and easy to make dip if you can’t make the traditional Reuben Dip. You can use it as a spread for a hearty and tasty sandwich or a dip for anything crispy and crunchy like what we did in this recipe. Celebrate Irish-American roots by prepping a crowd pleasing starter with this creamy herb-filled dip for St. Patrick’s day or enjoy it on the regular!
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