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Sunday, August 21, 2011

Beer Simmered Corned Beef

Slow and low simmered is the best way to go.
Using beer in place of water to cook corned beef
adds a depth of flavor that you simply must taste.
The result is simply amazing and can't be described.
Add what ever spices and herbs that
the lepricons in you decide of the moment.
I add some red hot pepper sauce for the kick.
Some cinnamon works well in this recipe.

1 corned beef brisket
8 bottles of cheap beer
Spices of your liking

Place corned beef from package
with juices into a large stock pot.
Cover with your cheapest beer and
simmer for about 6 hours or so.
This really works good using a
slow cooker overnight for 8 hours.
Let rest to cool, serve with mustard,
and a glase of your favorite beer.
I like a slice of rye bread with this.

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