Oven-Braised Corned Beef Brisket

  • dontcallmerosie Posted: 03/09/11
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    This is easily THE best corned beef and the easiest to make. Oven roasting allows you to control the temp without constant monitoring. You will never go back to stovetop corned beef!

  • JaniceVM Posted: 04/03/10
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    Never made corned beef - and OMG was this awesome. So easy. Tender and delicious. I used a Trader Joes corned beef (uncured). I followed the recipe exactly. All who tasted wanted the recipes - and it has been recreated by them just as successfully. I'll never try another corned beef recipe!

  • SINDEEGEE Posted: 03/10/11
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    I have always made my corned beef this way. I add some chopped or pressed garlic on top with the onions. Sometimes add a can of beer in place of some of the water. And occasionally use spiced honey in place of the brown sugar. Oven braised is THE WAY to go! Thanks for sharing!

  • Helloktty Posted: 03/19/12
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    Incredible! I made this recipe for my parents tonight, for St Patricks Day dinner. I've never made corned beef and cabbage, you know, the whole shebang, but THIS really impressed them and completely put me at ease! I used the Trader Joes uncured corned beef, (i tried one of the samples at the store...yum,). then tossed three bags of the Trader Joes tiny Yukon gold potatoes in olive oil, rosemary, and sea salt in my electric skillet, and then sautéed cabbage in butter, salt and pepper. A perfect St Patty's meal, and my parents are hard to impress! As a side note, the other reviews were what made me choose this recipe, and I am only echoing their sentiments. Thanks for a great recipe!

  • pharm522 Posted: 03/16/13
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    Best corned beef recipe ever! For cabbage, I take 1/3 pound bacon and cook just until the juices flow into the pan. The bacon will be undercooked but will cook with the cabbage later. Then chop up the head of cabbage. Take a large non-stick saucepan and place half the cabbage in the bottom, then season with seasoned salt and pepper, then on top, place a couple slices of bacon. Repeat with the remainderof cabbage, more seasonings and remainder of bacon. Pour the grease over the top of the cabbage and add about 1/4 cup of water to the pot. Turn on to medium low for about 45 minutes or cook to desired tenderness. Make sure not to hot so cabbage doesn't stick and scorch. To add carrots or potatoes, boil them separately and add to the cabbage about 20 minutes from end to take on the flavor.

  • Angelawhocooks Posted: 03/17/13
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    Excellent. Not a bite left. Glad I made 2 but served only one. I used the drained broth to cook my carrots and they came out perfectly delicious. Won't wait until St. Patrick's Day to make this again!

  • KOBZAREVH Posted: 03/17/13
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    I have been making stove top corned beef for years and this is sooooo much better. This was the best St Patrick's dinner ever!


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