Corned Beef Slab

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Can’t get enough of corned beef? Tenderbites offers ready-to-cook corned beef slabs. You can serve these cuts on their own or add ingredients like eggs, potatoes, and vegetables to make them extra delicious.

Corned Beef Slab

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This is NOT the Pinoy delata breakfast favorite. It’s a whole slab of beef cured in a salt brine and made tastier with some pickling spices. The “corn” in corned beef comes from the old English word for “grain.” It also describes small bits of grain and spices during the brining process.

The best corned beef is made using beef brisket. This cut often comes from the breast or lower chest of beef or veal. You can also use the rump, bottom round, or tongue of a cow into corned beef. The usual process of making corned beef involves brining the brisket. The brine or pickling liquid is often composed of different spices, which will impart their flavor.

Corned beef is flavorful and has a unique and intense aroma. It stands out from other beef dishes due to its sweet, sour, and spicy flavor profile. Corned beef still maintains its beefy flavor while still remaining soft and extremely juicy. It also contains numerous nutrients like vitamin B12, iron, protein, and selenium.

Enjoy a hearty lunch, or dinner with premium corned beef. Shop for meaty, delicious corned beef at TenderBites and have it in your preferred serving sizes. Order this beef staple for your next meal today.

Ways to Enjoy Corned Beef Slab

  • Corned beef and cabbage
  • Corned beef sinigang
  • Classic Reuben sandwich

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I cook corned beef?
You can cook corned beef in an instant pot or pressure cooker. You can also boil it or braise it in an oven. You can also add carrots, potatoes, or cabbage to your dish if you want to slow cook the corned beef for a more tender outcome.
How long do I need to cook corned beef?
The cooking length depends on your cooking method and the size of the slab. A good rule of thumb is 45 mins for every 500 grams if cooking on a stovetop. Meanwhile, slow cooking corned beef may take 4 ½ hours on high heat and 8 to 9 hours on low heat.
What’s the ideal cooking temperature for corned beef?
Making corned beef from scratch requires specific ingredients and cooking temperatures. If you’re using raw brisket, your meat should have a minimum internal temperature of 145°F as the brine cooks it down. You can use a food thermometer to monitor the temperature better and make sure your beef is cooked all the way through.
What’s the actual color of corned beef?
Corned beef is pink in color. It gets the color from sodium nitrite, a substance in the brine that’s used in curing brisket cuts and other cured meats.

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