This is probably one of my favorite foods just because, you get 3 dishes out of 1! If you have never had corned beef then you have no clue what you are missing out on. The corn in corned beef typically refers to the “corn” of spices used to brine the meat just in case you wanted to know lol. Brisket is normally used to make this dish although sometimes you will find round. When cooking with brisket you MUST always use a tenderizing method. For instance in this dish you braise the meat. So lets get started!
Here are a couple of sauces that go great with the corned beef Spicy Horseradish Cream and malty Guinness Mustard amp up the flavor of this home-corned beef. You might need to special-order the brisket from your butcher, and you’ll have to start brining the meat eight days before you cook and serve it. The Insta Cure No. 1 is optional, but it’s nice to use because it gives the meat its traditional pink color. Save the leftover corned beef and vegetables for the sandwiches and hash. I love both the sauces so I have a hard time picking which one to use… If your like me then just use both.
Now there is nothing better than waking up and eating hash for breakfast. This next recipe uses your left over corned beef to make the hash.
So after you have eaten corned beef for dinner and hash for breakfast I guess your wondering whats for lunch… Right? Well, I guess if you are anything like me then you are. Its time to have one of my favorite sandwhiches “the ruben”. Get your favorite saurkraut (recipe in previous post) add some cheese, cold cuts of corned beef, and your favorite thousand island dressing.
To make thousand island dressing just take mayo, relish, and ketchup. Mix it all together.Do you enjoy this blog? Do you find the information helpful? Then go ahead and treat me to a coffee or send me a tip! I love Starbucks Skinny Cinnamon Dolce Latte. Choose any amount you wish, whatever you feel this blog is worth to you.