Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins
My mother's recipe is a family favourite.
- 125 ml water (in which corn beef has been boiled)
- 125 ml vinegar
- 4 teaspoons dry mustard
- 1 egg
- 4 teaspoons sugar
- Mix the egg, mustard and sugar together.
- Add the vinegar and beef liquor.
- Heat gently without boiling.
- Serve hot or cold with hot or cold corned beef.
Served this luscious sauce with our corned beef last night and it was wonderful. Very easy to make (I used about 1/2 cup of the corned beef broth and apple cidar vinegar). I made the sauce about 2 hours ahead of time, let it sit on the stove (which was warm from all the other cooking), then turned the heat on under it just prior to serving. I think this would be great with pork and ham. We surely enjoyed your Mother's recipe and understand why it is a family favorite.
This is weird because when I tasted this from the pan it was way to vinegar-y for my taste. But, I perservered and put it on my meat anyway. It was AWESOME on the meat. I don't know what the difference is off and on the meat but I am not looking too far into it. I am just going to continue to use it every time I make corned beef. Thanks for the great recipe!!!!
What a great recipe! My corned beef dinner for friends was an added success because of your sauce! Because I wanted to make it the day before, I used beef broth for the liquid without a problem (it may have been better with the corned beef liquid, but I have no complaints). Used corn starch to thicken a little at the end. Thanks for this recipe - I will be using it every year!!!