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This turned out very tender - instead of using another pot to steam the cabbage, I placed it on top of the corned beef in the crock pot on "warm" - when the cabbage was as tender as I wanted - Dinner was served.
This is the best corned beef that I have had! The texture was perfect- very tender but not stringy. I love steaming the cabbage outside the crockpot using the juices from the beef. I only steamed mine for 15 minutes - it was hot through but still crisp. I did some baked parsnips separately as they tend to get mushy in the crockpot and I do love them with corned beef. I mixed some horseradish and grainy mustard to serve on the side. Thanks Little Bee for a wonderful dinner that will be repeated
Made this for supper tonite & was kinda disappointed...it had good flavor, but the meat wasn't tender at all. It was 3 lb. corned beef & I cooked it on low for 9 hours. Doubt if I'll make it again...sorry. Guess I'll go back to boiling or baking the Corned beef from now on.
Delicious! The beef was wonderful and so were the sides. I loved steaming the cabbage afterwards with the broth. Thanks so much for a wonderful recipe.
My husband and I loved this dish, it was tasty and succulent and spot on for cooking times in my crock-pot. We took Little Bee's advise and cooked the cabbage outside of the crock-pot and it was delicious. Thank you so much LB for a wonderful meal that will be repeated in my household over and over.
I agree with Bergy! This corned beef was the most tender I have ever made. I chose not to add the vegetables in the crockpot though and just cooked them on the side. Absolutely delicious!