Corned beef isnt exactly a tradition that has a lot of variation: It usually turns out tasting the same year after year. Of course, we love that same-old flavor, so we dont usually complain! Weve still managed to have fun with it over the years, making corned beef brisket from scratch to reduce the salt content and smoking corned beef to give it a pastrami-like flavor. So why not try making a baked corned beef instead of a boiled one? Cooking the corned beef in a tightly sealed roasting pan with water ensures the moisture gets trapped inside the brisket, resulting in one of the best corned beefs weve ever tried.
Making Baked Corned Beef
How Do You Cook Corned Beef in the Oven?
Corned Beef Weight
|1 lbs||1 hr|
|2 lbs||2 hrs|
|3 lbs||3 hrs|
|3.5 lbs||3 hrs 30 mins|
|4 lbs||4 hrs|
|4.5 lbs||4 hrs 30 mins|
|5 lbs||5 hrs|
Should You Boil or Bake Corned Beef?Really, it’s up to you. Both methods create a juicy, tender corned beef when done properly. Traditional recipes, like our
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