I need help please!!how do you cook a cornbeefed brisket.lol

United States
March 19, 2008 2:31pm CST
Okay so i bought a few from the store, ive never had one therefore ive never cooked one. My suster said its best in the oven but the pan i have isnt big enough to cover the whole thing in water:(. i dont have a crock pot either.lol.. Anyone else have any ideas with that i would do with it?.
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@emeraldisle (13145)
• United States
19 Mar 08
It's best on the stove. Put it in a pan with enough water to cover the meat. Turn on the heat and let it come to a boil and then turn it down to let it simmer for 2 to 3 hours. The longer it cooks the more tender it will be. Most corned beef briskets come with a season packet. Add that into the water for flavor. Now if you want to do the cabbage, potatoes and such with it that's not a problem. Once the meat is done take it out of the water. Put in some cut up potatoes, some cut up carrots or baby carrots and a cut up small onion. Boil for fifteen minutes and then add in your cut up cabbage. Boil it until it's tender. IF the meat is cold then take out the vegetables and put back in the water for a few minutes. Then serve. Enjoy :)
• United States
20 Mar 08
1- soak the meat in cold water to remove excess salt 1-2 hrs 2-place in saucepan and cover with water,bring to boil,then simmer 45mins 3-add whole onions and carrots and simmer till cooked allow 24 min per 1 lb plus 25 min
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@Lindalinda (4112)
• Canada
19 Mar 08
Here where I live the corned beef can be bought in a pouch. It is already seasoned. I place it in a pot on the stove and cook slowly according to pouch directions. Then I let it cool down and brush it with barbeque sauce and broil it in the oven for a few minutes. I cook the potatoes and vegetables, cabbage and turnips separately.
• United States
19 Mar 08
Can you cover your pan? You dont have to cover the whole thing in water.. you just have to keep water in it as it cooks. I recommend cooking it with cabbage, green beans, potatos, carrots.. A crock pot would be easiest to do it in though.. I found some good deals at the Dollar Store on them.. it might be something you can look into! Good luck.. let me know how it turned out!