Why This Recipe Works
- Smoked corn beef is absolutely delicious and a fun way to breathe new life into an old recipe.
- Smoking corned beef is a cheaper alternative to smoking an entire brisket.
- The smoking time is much shorter since the average corned beef is much smaller than an entire brisket.
- You can make amazing Reuben sandwiches with fermented cabbage and smoked corned beef leftovers. Or make tacos, nachos, and corned beef hash.
What to Serve With Smoked Corned Beef
You can serve smoked corned beef with the traditional St. Patricks side dishes or a roasted cabbage steak, rainbow carrots, or these delicious foil packet potatoes from Rini at HealingTomato.com!
Whatever you do, make sure you serve it with some honey mustard sauce on the side! Im never serving it without it again. Heres a few more side dish ideas:
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Rating 5.0 (61) · 10 hrMar 4, 2023 · A rough estimate would be approximately 4 — 5 ½ hours (1 to 2 hours per pound) when smoked at 175°F. How long to cook a 3.5 lb brisket at 225°F?
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