I'm a pommy convert - tried this recipe when visiting family in Australia, much preferred t(tastier and healthier) to the English tinned version of corned beef - thanks. It's in the pot as I type - yummy.
This was excellent like it being done in slow cooker. Thanks
Tender, juicy and delicious corned beef. So simple to throw together, too. I left the meat sit to "rest" about 15 minutes before slicing it. It was perfect. Thanx for sharing!
Beautiful delicious, TERRIFICALLY moist, TRUE! Made this last night while entertaining too! meat M-E-L-T-E-D in my mouth, what can I say! This recipe MADE MY DAY! Was about 8 cups water, added multi coloured peppercorns, didn't count, but is just me! Cooked for 8 hours....WHAT a GREAT piece of meat, friends even asked for the recipe! THANKS! WHOO HOO! :)
Don't know that Silverside is available in Maine. Used a high-quality corned beef (I know it's high quality because DH constantly bickers about how much it costs versus what he'd buy!). Cooked it on high for 5 hours, although 4 would probably have worked just fine (DH thought it needed more than 4 hours on high - not sure why I listen to him! Maybe it's because I love him? lol) Thanks, **Jubes**! Made for ZWT5.
Really quick an tender! I put on during the afternoon and cooked for 4.5 hours on high for a 1.8Kg piece of meat and it came out perfectly.
I made this for my husband as silverside is his favourite meat, it cooked for 9 hours on low and was lovely and moist with great flavours. Thanks for sharing.
WOW whats' not to like 5 minutes work bung it in the pot and leave for the day and come home to a moist joint of meat. I made this without the onion due to DH's intolerence but he got called out to work and didn't get to try and I think this may be the recipe to convert him so will just have to do it again and make sure he tries it. I used a 1.27k piece and after 7 1/2 hours it was well done on the meat thermometer but still very moist. Thank you Jubes, made for Edition 2 - Make My Recipe - game of tag.