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Better Corned Beef and Cabbage

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Better Corned Beef and Cabbage
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Servings: 6
Recipe by: Rae

Ingredients

Beef
3 Carrots, split Lengthwise and 4 inches long
3 lb Corned Beef
Potatoes
1 lb Small Red Potatoes, Striped
1 tsp Salt
Cabbage
1 Small Green Cabbage, Shredded
1 Medium Onion, Diced
Sprinkle Coriander, ground
1 TBSP Butter
1 TSBP Apple Cider Vinegar
Glaze
3 TBSP Horseradish Grainy Mustard
1 TSBP Honey

Directions

1. Remove corned beef from package and rinse.

2. Lay carrots on a large piece of foil to make a "rack" and place the beef on top fat side up. Wrap tightly with the foil and place the foil package in a baking dish. Bake at 300 degrees F for 3 hours.

3. When beef has about an hour left begin making your sides: Potatoes- Boil potatoes in a medium pot with the salt until almost fork tender. Drain and set aside.

4. Cabbage- In a dutch oven, over medium heat saute the cabbage in a small amount of oil. Add the coriander and cook on low.

5. Take the brisket out of the oven and carefully open. Turn on the broiler. Place the beef and carrots on a broiler safe baking sheet and set aside. Pour all the liquid from the beef into the cabbage and bring to a boil. Then reduce the heat and add the potatoes cook until no liquid remains.

6. Mix the mustard and honey together. Arrange the carrots on the baking sheet in a neat little row. Liberally brush the glaze over the beef and carrots.

7. Brown the beef and carrots under the broiler until bubbling and little flecks of brown and black appear. Allow beef to rest 10 full minutes.

8. Turn off the cabbage and potatoes and stir in the butter and apple cider vinegar. Taste and season with salt, pepper and/or more vinegar to taste.

9. Slice the brisket against the grain and serve all together for a not so traditional New England boiled Dinner.




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Needs a little more roasting time
I gave this a low score ONLY because the meat was tough. Next time I would roast it for 6 hours or more.







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