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    Happy St. Patricks day everyone!!!!

    Gotta quick question..

    Do you rinse your corned beef before you boil it? or do you pour the juices from the packet into the water also? I've read online that some do and some dont. I never have before.. , but i think i will this year..

    what do u do?

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    I do. Don't know why, but I do.
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    We drew a circle that took him in.

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    no, I don't. I read somewhere that the red slimy stuff in the package helps the flavor to use all of it you can, so I always squeeze the package to get it all out.
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    Well I opted not too.. LOL the reason being is that the package said you could actually simmer it in the bag (which i didn't).. its in water in the crock pot. no flavoring packet either.. its a kosher all natural no chemical tenderizer. (I opted for the more natural one that was a little more expensive.. but for once a year.. why not right?)

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    No, I dont rinse, but I dont take the gunk from the bag either. I also read somewhere the slimy stuff has flavor.

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    definitely don't rinse, all that stuff is flavor!

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    don't rinse Just threw it all in the crock pot with the red stuff poured over it all.

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    I don't rinse corned beef either, but I also don't simmer it. I use an oven roast method instead and it comes out awesome.

    Oven Roast Corned Beef

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
    Put 1" water in a deep roasting pan.
    Place a shallow rack inside the oven pan (This step is not required but it does improve the cooked appearance of the corned beef.
    Remove the packaging material from the corned beef and place it on the rack in the roasting pan, fat side up.
    If a spicier flavor is desired, sprinkle the seasoning packet over the corned beef.
    Cover with lid or cover with foil and seal roasting pan with foil.
    Cook for 3 to 3 1/2 hours.
    Remove from the oven. Remove foil and let it rest for 10 minutes and then slice it

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    Quote Originally Posted by charleneg View Post
    i don't rinse corned beef either, but i also don't simmer it. I use an oven roast method instead and it comes out awesome.

    Oven roast corned beef

    preheat oven to 350 degrees f.
    Put 1" water in a deep roasting pan.
    Place a shallow rack inside the oven pan (this step is not required but it does improve the cooked appearance of the corned beef.
    Remove the packaging material from the corned beef and place it on the rack in the roasting pan, fat side up.
    If a spicier flavor is desired, sprinkle the seasoning packet over the corned beef.
    Cover with lid or cover with foil and seal roasting pan with foil.
    Cook for 3 to 3 1/2 hours.
    Remove from the oven. Remove foil and let it rest for 10 minutes and then slice it
    that's how i do it when i'm at home ( i always use the packet). But being i'm at work all day, crockpot method is best for today
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