Do you cook the vegies in with your corned beef or seperately?
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When you cook corned beef silverside do you cook the vegies in with the meat or do you cook them separately?
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I like to my vegies in with it - making it the ultimate one pot meal! Although I will cook the more delicate greens separately.
Separately - though my mother in law cooks it better than I do, so usually I leave it up to her!
But I haven't cooked it for a long time.
When making corned beef hash we sometimes cook the vegetables in the dish, and sometimes leave them out. We don't stick to one method. Personally I prefer cooking the veg with it, as it adds a contrast, and gets more veggies in you.
Veggies in - and now I'm hungry for dinner.
For me, beef wouldn't be as nice without being cooked with veggies.
I really like my veggies cooked along with my corned beef. This adds to the overall aroma and flavor of the meal.
My son loved freshly cooked beetroot with Corned Meat, so I'd wrap them in foil, & place in Pressure Cooker, with meat.
Spuds were cooked in Electric Saucepan, then mashed with butter, fresh milk AND cream!
Yep, and a little hot mustard on the side of my plate. The cream as well as the butter makes all the difference.
Yes, fran, you're right! The combo of milk, cream, & butter certainly 'lifts' the taste of the mashed spud! IF I've fresh Parsley, I'll add that, finely chopped, too!
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