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Corned Beef


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Corned Beef

  • 1.5 - 2kg Silverside
  • 5 whole cloves
  • 3 bayleaves
  • 100g apple cider vinegar
  • 1 Tbsp Whole Peppercorns
  • 1500g Water (warm - hot)

White sauce

  • 50g Butter, cubed
  • 20g Corn Flour
  • 300g full cream milk, (or 300g reserved meat juice)
  • 120g pure cream
  • 1Tbsp Dijon mustard
  • 1 tsp white pepper
  • 1 dash Worcesteshire sauce
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Recipe's preparation

    Corned Beef
  1.  Place all the corned beef ingredients except the meat into the TM bowl.

  2. pop the meat in the Varoma, lid on. (If the vacuum sealed type, rinse and pat dry with paper towel) - make sure the meat does not completley cover all the holes, so steam circulates.

  3. Cook for approx 2 hours / Varoma / speed 3. (After 1 hour add more water to ensure it stays over the 1 litre mark and does not boil dry) - see tip re cooking time.

  4. Once cooked to your satisfaction, remove the meat and let it rest in the thermoserver while you prepare the white sauce.

  5. White Sauce
  6. pour all the ramaining beef cooking broth into a seperate bowl and strain to remove the herbs and spices (to use in place of the milk if desired - otherwise you can keep it for gravy or toss tmrc_emoticons.) )

  7. Put butter and flour into TM bowl and chop 4 sec / speed 5.

  8. Cook 5 mins / Varoma / speed 2

  9. Add all remaining ingredients and cook for 8 mins / 100°C / speed 3.

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Tip

Tip. Serve with mixed veggies and a little parsley sprinkled on top.

Tip. You can add parsley, mint or other herb of your choice to the sauce if you desire, just chop it up at the beginning for 4-5 seconds / speed 7 before you make the sauce, put it aside, then add it right at the end of the sauce being cooked, 5 sec / speed 4. Add more cornflour if you want thicker sauce.

Tip. If you want to add veggies for a complete meal, you can do so by adding them to the steamer basket or around the beef. Around 30 before the beef is finished for root or harder veg, and around 5 – 10min for softer ones like broccoli.

Tip. For more intense flavor, you can add the bay leaves, pepper and cloves under the beef instead of in the steamer water. Or poke 3 times the amount of cloves in all over the beef.

Tip. The cooking time is approx 25 min for each 500g beef.

Tip. Keep the left over liquid from cooking the meat to use as a stock in other dishes. It freezes well. You could also make a gravy with it, for those that don't like white sauce.

 


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  • Corned beef was really nice. I followed the 25...

    Submitted by amii83 on 5. April 2020 - 17:03.

    Corned beef was really nice. I followed the 25 mins for every 500g tip, turned out great. For the white sauce I used half the amount of white pepper and i still found it quite peppery but still nice. I wouldnt use the full amount.

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  • I have made this 3 times now in the last month and...

    Submitted by aimeest on 14. September 2019 - 20:20.

    I have made this 3 times now in the last month and it was a hit every time.

    The only question I have is my sauce the next day is like jelly. I'm not sure what I am doing wrong.

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  • Thankyou...

    Submitted by Trishx2 on 14. November 2018 - 20:05.

    Thankyou
    was delicious
    easy to follow receipe
    have it in my collection

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  • Best corned beef hubbys had! Says that it’s so...

    Submitted by SuzyP on 21. October 2018 - 19:15.

    Best corned beef hubbys had! Says that it’s so much better then what it was cooked in a pot. I don’t eat corned beef myself but I’d did try the white sauce very very tasty. Thank you for sharing this recipe. I think it will be made often from now on.

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  • This tastes great, I cooked my silverside for 2...

    Submitted by bachiwon on 23. August 2018 - 13:02.

    This tastes great, I cooked my silverside for 2 1/2 hrs and it was just perfect, used 300 mls of stock in place of milk in the sauce. Everyone loved it.

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  • Mortie63: mine does the same thing! Any ideas on...

    Submitted by Lynsey Craggs on 5. August 2018 - 12:59.

    Mortie63: mine does the same thing! Any ideas on what it might be?

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  • Thank you for the recipe. I have 1700g of beef and...

    Submitted by Zax on 12. July 2018 - 21:24.

    Thank you for the recipe. I have 1700g of beef and found it cooked in less than 1 1/2. Careful not to overcook everyone as the rest time continues cooking.

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  • LOVE THE WHITE SAUCE! I added the parsley as well

    Submitted by Klaasso on 2. July 2018 - 16:31.

    LOVE THE WHITE SAUCE! I added the parsley as well

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  • Very nice....

    Submitted by Iris Ganache on 11. May 2018 - 20:11.

    Very nice.

    I had to turn the speed to 2 rather than 3 as the machine was dancing all over the place. Apart from that it was smooth sailing.

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  • Delicious and easy. Sauce was a bit runny so added...

    Submitted by MandigaFarm on 4. December 2017 - 21:49.

    Delicious and easy. Sauce was a bit runny so added some more corn flour and gave it another 3min on speed 3.

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  • So easy...

    Submitted by Alianne on 16. November 2017 - 11:10.

    So easy
    love making this

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  • A simple and delicious recipe I have made this...

    Submitted by Ralphieb63 on 26. June 2017 - 20:36.

    A simple and delicious recipe. I have made this quite a few times now. When I'm time poor I use the pressure cooker for the meat. Afterwards I save the broth and freeze it, so that while the meat is cooking I make the sauce from the previous batch in the Thermie. Too easy! I also only use 1/3rd teaspoon of white pepper. This is a firm family favourite. Thanks for sharing!

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  • Fantastic flavour I used the broth instead of milk...

    Submitted by Ralphieb63 on 28. May 2017 - 20:28.

    Fantastic flavour. I used the broth instead of milk, which worked well. Next time I'll reduce the pepper - it was just a little too strong for my family. Thanks for sharing! 👍

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  • Made this for dinner tonightit was a winner for...

    Submitted by PossumStu on 28. May 2017 - 19:44.

    Made this for dinner tonight.....it was a winner for all very delicious will make again..we had baked veggies with it so thickened up the sauce into a beautiful gravy for the veggies Smile

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  • Just did this in the Thermie, great flavour &...

    Submitted by PaulineB on 27. March 2017 - 19:26.

    Just did this in the Thermie, great flavour & taste, have earmarked this to cook again

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  • Yum! I used brown vinegar instead of apple cider...

    Submitted by debphill on 22. February 2017 - 18:54.

    Yum! I used brown vinegar instead of apple cider vinegar but this worked out perfect! White sauce was delicious as well!

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  • This was wonderful, the best success I've ever had...

    Submitted by Renee De Maria Consultant on 9. February 2017 - 12:37.

    This was wonderful, the best success I've ever had with corned beef in the varoma, I'm very grateful for the tip with the cooking time per 500g! Perfectly cooked. My husband LOVED the sauce (he loves peppersauce gravy) however I found it too peppery but adding a little sour cream to mine and my toddlers serve went down a treat. Thank you!! This will be my go to from now on, loved not wasting the cooking liquid for once like you do in slow cooker!

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  • Absolutely wonderful meal and

    Submitted by NikiJones on 27. November 2016 - 19:47.

    Absolutely wonderful meal and sauce. Thank you for sharing. This will now be how we cook corned beef.

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  • This was a really nice

    Submitted by Melinda Hutchison on 4. November 2016 - 20:15.

    This was a really nice silverside, I used half milk, half leftover liquid for the sauce and it turned out very tasty. 

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  • Oooo yes! VERY nice, lovely

    Submitted by Mortie63 on 25. August 2016 - 21:18.

    Oooo yes!

    VERY nice, lovely sauce too.

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  • Omg, this recipe was amazing,

    Submitted by Mrs Lill on 22. August 2016 - 10:47.

    Omg, this recipe was amazing, so tasty and a definate hit in our family.. putting the stock into the white sauce was to die for, the sauce was so yummy. Thanks for a great recipe !!!

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  • First time cooking silverside

    Submitted by sars1304 on 14. August 2016 - 16:13.

    First time cooking silverside in the thermomix and this was delicious! The meat was tender and the house smelt amazing while it cooked. I added vegies to steam about 1/2 hour from the end for a complete meal and the sauce tasted amazing. Will cook silverside this way from now on. 

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  • Perfect! So much easier and

    Submitted by ThermieBaby on 31. July 2016 - 20:09.

    Perfect! So much easier and was so tender and yummy

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    Submitted by LisaRasmussen on 29. July 2016 - 06:51.

    tmrc_emoticons.D

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  • Considering this was one of

    Submitted by bjb1973 on 17. July 2016 - 18:00.

    Considering this was one of my first recipes i made. It was very flavoursome and the family loved it... 

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  • Thank you, it's in the repair

    Submitted by Mortie63 on 20. June 2016 - 19:24.

    Thank you, it's in the repair shop as we speak.  I hope I can have another go at this recipe when my thermomix is returned in a couple of weeks.

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  • HI Mortie63, We're sorry to

    Submitted by Thermomix in Australia on 20. June 2016 - 18:47.

    HI Mortie63,

    We're sorry to hear that you experienced an error when cooking. Your post has been forwarded to our Service department and a member from the team will be in contact with you within two business days to further assist. Alternatively, you can contact Customer Service on 1800 004 838.

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  • The aroma was wonderful, but

    Submitted by Mortie63 on 13. June 2016 - 11:50.

    The aroma was wonderful, but I've tried this recipe twice now, and both times the thermomix gave an error message (C160) after the 1st hour, and closed itself down tmrc_emoticons.-(  Haven't been able to get to the sauce stage yet.  Has this happened to others too?  I have had my TM5 for around 18 months. No wow factor for my dinner guests tonight tmrc_emoticons.-(. I guess I'll ph customer service tomorrow as my consultant has left.  Seems like a great recipe though!

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  • Delicious sauce thank

    Submitted by Jane_Unwin on 23. March 2016 - 22:43.

    Delicious sauce thank you!

    This is the first sauce I have made in my thermomix and it was so easy and tasty. I did the silverside on my stovetop. I doubled the amount of cornflour because I like a thick sauce, I used whole grain mustard and I added parsley. I used coconut milk instead of cream and I used the drained water from the meat.

    Thanks again for your lovely recipe, I will definitely use it again.

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  • This is a great recipe. I

    Submitted by Petra01 on 16. March 2016 - 12:43.

    This is a great recipe. I made this the other day, the meat stayed so juicy and flavoursome! I also added onion and nutmeg to the water as I used to do this when I cooked corned beef on the stove in my 'pre-thermie days'. Served it with carrots, mashed potatoes and broccoli. Yum!

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  • Just made this recipe but I

    Submitted by rule_99 on 14. March 2016 - 14:11.

    Just made this recipe but I did no have any cresm so i subsituted the cream for coconut cream and the flavour was amazing.

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  • Oh. My. Goodness. Hands down

    Submitted by dianaauddino on 1. January 2016 - 19:41.

    Oh. My. Goodness. Hands down the beat silverside we've ever eaten. It will definitely be included in our fortnightly menu after this! Thanks so much! 

    (I did have speed on 2 instead of 3)

    dianaauddino

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  • Made just the corned beef

    Submitted by Loubie on 27. October 2015 - 14:43.

    Made just the corned beef today for the first time and it was lovely! Next time will do the sauce also. Only adjustment I made was, in the TM5, I found on speed 3 it was bouncing around a bit so I adjusted to speed 2 tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • I made the corned beef in my

    Submitted by alyy on 15. September 2015 - 07:15.

    I made the corned beef in my slow cooker but the white saucec was to die for..I had no fresh cream so subbed it for sour cream ..loved and will def make this again

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  • Great recipe and I cook mine

    Submitted by ShayezaV on 7. July 2015 - 18:23.

    Great recipe and I cook mine for 2 hrs if a large 1.5 kg beef 

    svear

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  • Made this tonight, cooked it

    Submitted by Mykatrey on 15. June 2015 - 19:36.

    Made this tonight, cooked it for 1hr 15min as per weight/time suggestion. Meat was still tough so kept cooking for another 15mins. Maybe it was the cut of meat that I got but it was still tough and grainy. Other than that all the meat got eaten. I made the dairy version sauce but used seeded mustard. My daughter and I enjoyed it but hubby and son can't go past their BBQ sauce! I found the sauce to be quite thick and continued to thicken. (I went back for seconds) lol.

    Any ideas about my tough meat? Would it be the cut? I have had this happen other times too even in the slow cooker?

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  • Great recipe.   Really

    Submitted by immctagg on 21. April 2015 - 19:25.

    Great recipe.   Really enjoyed the non milk version of the sauce.  Used potato flour instead of cornflour with the cream and the concentrated steaming liquid.  Certainly the only way we will be cooking corned beef from now on.

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  • Fantastic corned beef! Tried

    Submitted by Maple.cured.aussie on 17. April 2015 - 21:20.

    Fantastic corned beef!

    Tried to make non-dairy version of sauce using the steaming liquid, rice milk and nutellex - taste was great but it was very thin...all the cornflour stuck to the bottom of my bowl tmrc_emoticons.( I will have to play around with it as the taste is well worth it!

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  • Even though I still did my

    Submitted by Sirocco on 15. April 2015 - 20:01.

    Even though I still did my silverside in the slow cooker, I followed the sauce recipe to the letter and it was AMAZING! Will definitely make again.

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  • The single most popular

    Submitted by Rollies4 on 13. April 2015 - 16:31.

    The single most popular Thermo recipe in our house. I've made it a dozen times and it gets smashed every time. We normally don't have cloves so they get omited and I tend to use the old fashioned Malt Vinegar and Brown Sugar but it's a winner regardless

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  • Cooked this for the eight in

    Submitted by immctagg on 6. April 2015 - 09:17.

    Cooked this for the eight in the family group last night.  Very nice.  Pretty simple and NO MESS.  We will certainly be doing this again.

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  • I cook this a lot! Very

    Submitted by Shanny85 on 31. March 2015 - 15:49.

    I cook this a lot! Very nice! 

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  • Yummy!! is all I can say

    Submitted by renae666 on 4. March 2015 - 21:53.

    Yummy!! is all I can say

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  • I always do mine in the slow

    Submitted by Shanny85 on 23. December 2014 - 16:09.

    I always do mine in the slow cooker as well. Never again! This was easy and even my husband who doesn't like corned meat, ate it and said we need to make it again! 

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  • I would usually do a corned

    Submitted by Taggett on 11. December 2014 - 21:44.

    I would usually do a corned beef in the slow cooker... this was far better and less time consuming!

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  • This recipe was accurate,

    Submitted by Zllchrs@yahoo.com.au on 3. December 2014 - 20:25.

    This recipe was accurate, easy and very delicious, thanks.

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  • This was great! My husband

    Submitted by CarlieR on 16. November 2014 - 19:57.

    This was great! My husband was very skeptical about doing corned beef differently but he couldn't stop saying how tender it was. I didn't have cream so just used extra milk for the sauce and used wholegrain instead of Dijon mustard. It was still really yummy!

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  • Best corned beef ever and I

    Submitted by Marys on 13. November 2014 - 22:58.

    Best corned beef ever and I have been cooking it for years.

    white sauce was a bit runny but that was easy fixed, easiest white sauce to make

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  • This was absolutely

    Submitted by Jesemar on 31. October 2014 - 21:39.

    This was absolutely beautiful.  This with the white sauce was better than even mums version when I was growing up. Be having it again.

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  • You are very welcome

    Submitted by Wise Woman Ways on 26. October 2014 - 11:58.

    You are very welcome Jane, and congrats on beginning your exciting new journey with thermomix!

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