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- Cheese Steak Omelet with Broccoli Rabe and Aged Provolone
- Grilled Drunken Sausage
- Savory Silver Roll up
- Asian Chicken Salad
- Becky’s Quick Beef Noodle
- Baked Spinach, Artichoke, and Chicken Casserole
- Sun-Dried Tomato and Sausage Panini
- Stuffed Peppers
This is a great recipe for that left over corned beef. Serve it to your family and friends on St Patrick’s Day or any day you’re in the mood for a little Old Neighborhood Corned Beef, It’s also great sliced thin on a sandwich.
- Old Neighborhood Corned Beef Brisket
- 2 cups Brown Sugar
- 1 tablespoon fresh Ginger
- ¼ cup Apricot Preserves
- 1/3 cup Cola
Prepare Old Neighborhood Foods Corned beef as directed on package or place left over corned beef into a pot of boiling beef broth to reheat. In the mean time place brown sugar, apricot preserves and cola into a medium size sauce pan over low heat. Let ingredients melt together, stir frequently to blend. Once melted add fresh ginger and stir together. Turn heat to medium and let the glaze reduce until it is thick and coats the back of a spoon. Remove glaze from heat and set aside. Preheat oven to 325F
Remove and place corned beef into a large oven proof baking dish. Pat corned beef dry with paper towels, then using a pastry brush paint brown sugar & ginger glaze over entire corned beef. Place in preheated oven for 20-15 minutes to set the glaze. Remove from oven, let rest for 5 minutes then slice and serve.
Chef Rick Tip
You can store leftover over glazed corned beef in your refrigerator to enjoy in sandwiches, just slice thin across the meat grain, place on your favorite bread or roll with Dijon or grain mustard. Try adding some red onion and a sliced pickle to kick up the flavors.