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Waiting around for the corned beef process can take 7 - 10 days. Ain't nobody got time for that! Corner Post has the answer to enjoying a delicious Irish brisket just in time for St. Patrick's Day or any day you're looking for some tasty comfort food.
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SLOW ROASTED IRISH BEEF BRISKET WITH GUINNESS BEER
Get ready to cook this easy recipe!
Pop open a bottle of Guinness and gather your ingredients.
Generously season your brisket with salt and pepper. If need be, cut your brisket in half to easily fit into your cooking vessel.
Sear your brisket on both sides (we use Corner Post Beef Tallow for extra flavor) and add veggies to sear as well.
Pour 3 bottles of Guinness or your favorite Irish Stout beer over the seared beef brisket and veggies. Add bay leaves, thyme, and garlic. Cover and place in the oven. Time to open a Guinness and relax while the magic happens! ✨ 🍀
Being a lazy leprechaun pays off!
Enjoy this tender Corner Post Beef Brisket with your favorite side of potatoes.
LAZY LEPRECHAUN IRISH BRISKET
1 Corner Post Beef Brisket
2 medium onions, diced
5 carrots, chunked
3 garlic cloves
2 bay leaves
10 sprigs of thyme
3 bottles of Guinness or any Irish Stout of choice
salt and pepper
Dutch Oven or Roasting Pan
1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
2. Generously season brisket with salt and pepper. If need be, cut the brisket in half to easily fit into your cooking vessel.
3. Heat the dutch oven on the stove to medium high and sear the brisket well on both sides. We prefer to sear our beef in Corner Post Tallow for extra flavor, but any fat or oil will do.
4. On last side sear of your brisket, add the vegetables to the pot and allow to sear with the meat.
5. Add 3 bottles of beer to the pot with bay leaves, thyme, and garlic. Cover with a lid or foil if using a roasting pan.
6. Place in the center oven rack and optionally open another beer for yourself.
7. Brisket will need 5-6 hours to cook. You'll know it's ready to go when you can put a fork into the thickest part of the meat and twist easily.
8. Set your beautifully cooked brisket aside and remove the bay leaves. Blend all the liquid, thyme, and veggies together into a thick sauce. Strain after blending.
9. Carve the brisket on a platter and pour the sauce over the meat.