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Unread 03-11-2012, 07:02 PM   #1
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Default A good sauce for Corned beef

With St. Patty’s day right around the corner my buddy has asked me to smoke four 15lb Bea's best corned beef that he purchased from RD. I have never had corned beef. As a kid my parents made it with sauerkraut, 1000 island dressing, and Swiss cheese with rye bread. The only thing at the time I liked from that was the Swiss cheese… but the smell of the sauerkraut is what did me in and I never even tried it… Anyways I wanted to ask if there was a good sauce to use on corned beef that I can make for him to use.



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If you are gonna smoke corned beef you will need to soak it overnight and change the water a few times to get rid of the salt. When people boil it, the salt is taken away by that process.

BTW, rub them with a few spices like coriander and black pepper before you smoke them and you will end up with pastrami.
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With St. Patty’s day right around the corner my buddy has asked me to smoke four 15lb Bea's best corned beef that he purchased from RD. I have never had corned beef. As a kid my parents made it with sauerkraut, 1000 island dressing, and Swiss cheese with rye bread. The only thing at the time I liked from that was the Swiss cheese… but the smell of the sauerkraut is what did me in and I never even tried it… Anyways I wanted to ask if there was a good sauce to use on corned beef that I can make for him to use.



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If you want something classical and mild, instead of a mustard sauce or a peppercorn sauce (both of which work superbly and I love equally)
you could do a white sauce with onion flavour?
If you want a recipe I can provide a classic one?
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What you described from your childhood is a Rueben Sandwich. Corned Beef is also served with potatoes, cabbage, and sometimes carrots and onions. No sauce.

As Jim mentioned, smoked corned beef is pastrami, which is also used for Ruebens but is also great on rye bread with some horseradish or spicy mustard.
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I also think a mustard sauce or horserdish sauce would be great. I am also a fan of Remoulade sauce on corned beef or pastrami. You can go either spciy, sweet or both with corned beef and be fine.
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If you make pastrami out of it...I do enjoy an everything bagel with some mustard. That might just be me though.
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ive never smoked but have grilled corned beef with a sauce on it consisting of a little of my favorite bbq sauce mixed with some duck sauce. it seems odd but when grilled up tastes pretty good plates at my last 4th of july were clean and every strand of corned beef was gone. if you dont want to grill or smoke it i have a great recipe for cooking it on the stove the way i grew up with it in an italian irish household
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I'm one of those that never uses sauce with corned beef. Just cabbage or sauerkraut. A spicy mustard or horseradish might be a good compliment.
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I like either mustard or horseradish sauce,
Hmm maybe I should try that mustard sauce I just made
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If you smoke it and make it into pastrami, make pastrami burnt ends if you have a full packer brisket.
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