You will love this savory Glazed Corned Beef recipe. It is sure to make your mouth water!
Corned Beef Ingredients:
- 1 (4-5 pound) corned beef
- 2 Tbsp. canola oil
- 1 onion, peeled and quartered
- 8 whole cloves
- 4 cloves garlic, minced
- 3 sprigs fresh thyme
- 3 bay leaves
- 1 Tbsp. whole black peppercorns
- 3 carrots, peeled, quartered and chopped into 4-inch pieces (optional)
Blackberry-Dijon Glaze Ingredients:
- 1/2 cup blackberry preserves, or favorite flavor of preserves
- 2 Tbsp. dijon mustard
- 2 Tbsp. brown sugar, packed
- 1 Tbsp. soy sauce
- 1/2 tsp. freshly-ground black pepper
To Make The Corned Beef:
- Use a sharp knife to carefully trim off the excess fat on the corned beef.
- Heat oil in a Dutch oven or thick-bottomed stock pot over medium-high heat. Place corned beef in the pot, and cook for 1-2 minutes on each side until browned. Add the next six ingredients (onion through peppercorns), then fill pot with water until the beef is completely covered. Bring water to a boil. Then either reduce heat to low and simmer for about 3-4 hours, until meat is fork-tender. Or transfer to a 300-degree oven, and cook for 4-5 hours, or until the meat is fork-tender. If you would like to make cooked carrots as well, add them to the pot about an hour before the beef is finished cooking.
- Remove the beef and carrots, and set the carrots aside. Place the beef on an aluminum-foil covered baking sheet. Brush with glaze, then place under the broiler for 5-7 minutes, until the glaze begins to caramelize.
- Remove from oven, and let the corned beef sit for at least 10-15 minutes before carving. Brush with additional glaze if desired. Serve with roasted cabbage, herbed potatoes and carrots if desired. (See tip below for making herbed potatoes.)
To Make The Glaze:
- In a small saucepan, whisk the glaze ingredients together until combined, and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Continue to boil until the mixture has slightly reduced and thickened, about 7-10 minutes.
To make herbed potatoes, simply boil halved Yukon potatoes until they are fork-tender. Drain, then toss with melted butter and chopped fresh herbs (parsley, rosemary, thyme, and/or oregano). Season with kosher salt and freshly-cracked black pepper.
This is quite the meal. So festive…very well done!
This looks amazing – wish I were there to sample!
Are you in my head?? Because earlier I was discussing the glazed corned beef I made last year and wanting to make it again, but at the same time wanting to try a different glaze – hello!
That is one beautiful mean right there. It’s exactly what I will be making for St. Patrick’s Day. Absolutely perfect.
Sorry, I meant “meal” not “mean”. I’m terrible at checking my spelling before I hit send.
This looks really good.
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I made this recipe last year with black currant preserve. It was a big hit. I ended up making it twice since we ate it all on saint patricks day. Will make again this year with a larger brisket.
Made it, loved it, forgot to take a picture before we ate. The family loved how good it was, I loved how easy it was. It’s so wonderful to have a fantastic supper for the family. Thanks for sharing your tips.
Thanks Tina, I’m happy you and your family enjoyed it! : )
looks sooo delicious! could i brown the beef and then transfer to a crock pot? on low for 4 hours maybe? thanks!
Hi Amanda! We would say cook this on high in the crockpot (after you’ve browned the beef), and it will probably be at least 4-5 hours or until the meat is tender. And yes, we’d add in enough water or broth to cover the meat. We hope you enjoy! :)
This was really, really good and I make corned beef frequently. I didn’t have whole cloves so used about 1/4tsp ground clove and added 1 Tablespoon of beef Better Than Bouillon to the pot. Braised some quartered cabbage with the cooking liquid while the meat was under the broiler…… amazing! I usually use leftovers for hash or Rueben’s but this might be too sweet. But will def be making this again! Thanks for sharing!
This is my go to corned beef recipe, but today I did the most amazing switch up! I smoke many briskets so am very familiar with flat and point cuts. I made the recipe as follows using a corned beef point. After removing it from the braising liquid I cut it into 1 inch cubes, tossed them in the glaze and put them under the broiler…….
Corned beef burnt ends!!!!!! And they were AMAZING!!!!
I’ve made this for at least the past few years-we love it! It’s my go-to for St. Paddy’s Day!