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Silverside In Slow Cooker On High

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Carole Stephens
• Monday, 17 January, 2022
• 7 min read

Instructions Place the onion, carrot, peppercorns, cloves, bay leaves and the brown sugar into the slow cooker. Add the malt vinegar and fill with water until you completely cover the silver side.

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Contents

Cover with plenty of cold water and bring to the boil over medium- high heat. Reduce heat to medium and simmer, uncovered, skimming the surface occasionally, for 2 hours or until silver side is tender.

Place corned beef brisket, fat side up, into a slow cooker ; sprinkle with pickling spice. Rub the rolled silver side joint with the beef dripping and sprinkle with plenty of salt and pepper.

Put the joint into a roasting tin and into the hot oven for 15 minutes to brown. Corned Beef is a cut of meat (brisket) that has been cured (or pickled) in a seasoned brine.

When cooked at a boil for too long, corned beef is likely to turn out tough and chewy, rather than soft and tender. Place corned beef in large pot or Dutch oven and cover with water.

Like any beef, it’s high in fat, so limit your portion and enjoy every bite! Place corned beef, fat side up, on top of vegetables and sprinkle with pickling spice; add enough water to almost cover meat (4 to 6 cups).

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Stove top: Rinse the brisket, place in a stockpot (or any large pot) and add water to cover. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, cover and simmer for about 2½ to 3 hours or until meat is fork-tender.

If your corned beef is submerged in water, beer, cider or another liquid, it will cook more quickly than it would in dry heat. This has been a family staple since I was a little girl, this is a super easy version that results in tender fall apart meat.

All I have used is a little brown sugar, a splash of malt vinegar and topping up with water, almost to cover the meat. I always rinse the corned beef well before I add it to the slow cooker, this reduces the salt content of the final product.

I hope you enjoy this lovely easy recipe, no need for fussy techniques to create delicious flavorsome corned beef! If you are not already be sure to follow me on Facebook or Instagram for more Slowpoke deliciousness, and you can register your email in the subscription box below to receive all my recipes as I publish them.

Corned beef gets its distinctive flavor from the brine of salt and pickling spices it is cured in. Silver side is a term used in New Zealand, Australia and several European countries to describe the cut of beef known as the bottom round in the United States.

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This relatively tough cut of meat will be transformed into a tender and delicious main course. Try any combination of brown sugar, vinegar, bay leaves, cloves, peppercorns, mustard seed and allspice.

Gently pour water or beef broth, or a combination of both, into the slow cooker. Add the cabbage wedges, if using, to the slow cooker during the last 45 minutes that the meat is cooking.

Serve with mashed potato, vegetables from the slow cooker, green beans, peas and corn. Dealing with her own fussy eaters has inspired Yvette to find new ways to expose her children to the colors, textures and tastes of healthy eating and Little Bento Blog is where she shares her ideas for the Bento style lunches.

Passionate about Bento style lunches and believes that thinking outside the square sandwich and getting a little creative with the everyday lunchbox can do wonders for the appetite and imagination of your child. This slow cooker corned beef is a fantastic easy dish that is both affordable and incredibly tasty.

By the time the beef is ready to eat it should be deliciously tender and should have infused with all the flavorings we add into the slow cooker. It is typically a dish that you would have with sides, so I highly you make some to go with the beef.

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This type of dish can also be referred to as a slowcookersilverside depending on where you live in the world. You will need to make this separate as the poaching liquid isn’t an ideal gravy flavor.

It’s the perfect breakfast dish that has lovely potatoes, herbs and much more. You should find that the leftover meat will keep for up to about a week in a sealed container in the fridge.

If you have another slow cooker or crock pot lying around, then something like the cheesy hash brown casserole is a fantastic dish to try out. It requires a little of prep and cooking time but is totally worth it.

Personally, I love to have some crunchy roast potatoes and some gravy with this delicious beef. If you would like to see a super short and snappy video on how to make this corned beef in the slow cooker, then be sure to check out the one below.

1.5 kg (3.3 lb) silver side (bottom round) 1 onion, roughly chopped 1 carrot, roughly chopped 10 peppercorns 6 cloves 2 bay leaves ¼ cup brown sugar ½ cup malt vinegar Enough water to cover Place the onion, carrot, peppercorns, cloves, bay leaves and the brown sugar into the slow cooker.

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Add the malt vinegar and fill with water until you completely cover the silver side. Silver side is typically affordable, making it a great for when you’re running low on money.

As you may already know most slow cookers are fantastic for cooking beef, they are perfect for getting tender flavor-packed meat that will have you coming back for seconds. It’s slow -cooked in a delicious dry rub that allows the flavors to penetrate deep into the meat.

I hope that you enjoy this delicious slow cooker corned beef recipe. If you have any feedback, variations or tips that you would like to share, then please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below.

Throw everything in your slow cooker before work, set it and be greeted home with the most incredible smells and fall-apart tender corned beef. Enjoy it hot alongside some cabbage or potatoes, then load up a corned beef sandwich for lunch the next day.

It’s salt-cured in a brine with nitrate rich salt which gives the meat that distinctive pink color we all know and love. These days it has a distinct flavor from the pickling spice that is used to brine and boil the brisket.

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I highly recommend picking up or ordering an already-cured brisket from your butcher to save you some time and trouble. If you’d like to make this corned beef completely from scratch, start with these curing instructions.

Using a pointy knife or metal skewer, stab the brisket to create channels for the brine to saturate. Once everything has dissolved, let the mixture cool to room temperature then transfer to the fridge until completely cold.

The hardest part will be waiting while your house fills with incredible smells. Cook the brisket: Place the corned beef in the slow cooker, fat side up.

Add the rest of the ingredients to your slow cooker and pour 2 cups water over the beef. Finish and serve: Carefully remove the beef from your slow cooker.

If you follow my blogs, you’ll know that I’m a huge fan of cooking in my pressure cooker and this corned beef is actually perfect for your instant pot, especially if you want corned beef in a fraction of the time. Here’s my recipe for corned beef in the Instant Pot that I just shared with you on my Craving Home Cooked blog.

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Prick the fatty side of the beef brisket with a fork to ensure our liquid and spices penetrate the meat fully. Slice up your corned beef against the grain, this will ensure that each bite is perfectly tender and scrumptiously juicy.

Store your leftover corned beef in an airtight container or freezer bag up to 3-4 days. We enjoyed this corned beef sliced up on a sandwich with lots of mustard.

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