This is the best corned beef ever! I made it early this year, but it's still a hit.
This was the best corned beef I have ever made! Everyone raved over it! There wasn't even any leftovers either! I used the brine to flavor the potatoes, cabbage and carrots. Mine was not sticky or overly sweet. It was just the crust on the outside that had a glaze on it. It was excellent! Still used my many mustards to dip it in! Loaded with flavor and is a keeper in this house! I got a really good one this year. Nice and lean! And the biggest I could find too! Thank you ever so much... What a feast we had! A very happy family at the Jelly house this St. Paddy's Day
Although I posed it for its picture with the vegetables from the simmering brine, this is not the "corned beef and cabbage" variety of corned beef -- it's sweet and savory and sticky in the manner of ham, and would go well with some mashed potatoes and peas or corn. We enjoyed it a lot! Made for Top Favorites of 2009 Cookbook Tag.
Delicious change from plain corned beef. Not too sweet, just right. Used leftovers in Reuben sandwiches, and they were great also. Thanks for posting.
Absolutely OUTSTANDING! I've never tasted such good corned beef. I did everything you said. I did add one bottle of beer to the water for simmering. I'll be making this a lot more often that St. Patty's day. Thanks so much for a truly great recipe
This recipe is worth more than 5 stars....everyone raved about it and I had to pass out the recipe...yummy way to have corned beef
Delicious! I've made a number of glazed corned beef recipes, but never one with honey and quite enjoyed it! The glaze was a little thin and ran off, so after it baked a while and thickened, I scraped some off the pan and reapplied to the corned beef. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
I have to rate this.......incredibly delicious as my daughter said.......and if you know what it is like to please a 15 yr old girl, then you know what I am saying! Super easy, made it on a Sunday and got to do other things all day and not worry about dinner. I put a little more celery and onions in and then about the last hour added potatoes to my broth while I put the meat only in the oven with the glaze. The meat with cooked celery, carrots, onion and potatoes was a great meal for us! My grocery store has brisket on sale and I am going to go get another one before the sale is over! Thanks so much for sharing!!
This was so good I made it twice in one week! The glaze really takes this to the next level. This will be my go to recipe when I make corned beef.
My boys and a friend absolutely loved this! There were no leftovers and the meat was very tender. Excellent glaze. Thanks for a great recipe.