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    Corned silverside

    I'm just back from the land of big tits and solid shits (awsralya) brought back a couple of vacuum packed Corned silversides which I haven't had in years. Can Google ways to do it but I thought I woould run it past the foodies on here first. For ideas. Particularly interested in what to serve it with. I'm thinking a bread sauce and cabbage? Feel free to throw up some ideas. They are only small about 1 kgl but the wife won't eat it so I will probably get a couple of meals from each

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    Is it like pastrami or something? I'm not familiar with sliverside...

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    I make my own and serve it with mash potato, steamed cauiliflower, steameed broccoli and steamed brussel sprouts... drizzle it all with cheese sauce.

    Lush as fuck.

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    Excellent

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    CSFFan. Silversides just a cut of beef from the hind quarter. Usually cred in brine. Damn tasty is to . Maybe you know it in the states as brisket? Pretty sure I got to boil it? Will bung up some pics when the jobs done. Hoping Headworx will habve some advice regarding th3 cooking and the accompaniments (fook big word)

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    So an American corned beef dinner....

    St patty's day..

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    One things for sure I. I won't be cooking that rascal tonight cozy I'm. 3 parts shit face celebrating being back in Laos..I can relax now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fondles View Post
    I make my own and serve it with mash potato, steamed cauiliflower, steameed broccoli and steamed brussel sprouts... drizzle it all with cheese sauce.

    Lush as fuck.
    good suggestion. I can get Brussels sprouts in the minImart (frozen) love them fuckers. Underrated veggie for sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    So an American corned beef dinner....

    St patty's day..
    Same same. But different

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    I'd go with Reuben sandwiches for some of it, then a meal with steamed cabbage with just a touch of apple cider vinegar on the cabbage.

    Mince up some, fry it with some taters and onions and serve over bread with grilled tomatoes.

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    ^^ I am fcuking pissed and going to bed mate. Its 0352 and I am sorta sober after eating my ladies zuckine bread. Enjoy..

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    Dicky is the man you want mincing around near the rump.

    Brisket is the other end btw



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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan
    Reuben sandwiche
    Like this one my lady made?


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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub
    Like this one my lady made?
    I've been craving one since you posted up the pictures...

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    ^ You are welcome here in Seattle any day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub
    You are welcome here in Seattle any day.
    Thanks, I love that area of the world. I lived for 7 years across the sound in Port Orchard/Bremerton/Paulsbo.

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    Here's how I've done it before BLD;




    The white sauce is a must!. As for leftovers, corned beef samidges with either tomato sauce, mustard pickles, chutney, corn relish, tomato and onion, and on and on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan
    I lived for 7 years across the sound in Port Orchard/Bremerton/Paulsbo.
    Really? I am so envious as that is my favorite part of the state. I love the hoh river trail and spent a lot of time in Neah Bay. There is a reason I am living here and Baitongboy would understand....

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    . 21/07/2006 00:04 iamapieceofcheesecake

    I LOVE Silverside, and this is the way I roast it:
    Put it in a roasting tray (make sure it sits in it's own juices) covered in sliced onions. Pack all the way round the outside with quartered potatoes (or whatever size you prefer your roasties!). Cover it all the way round with tin foil (shiny side in) so that some air can circulate. Bung it in the oven on whatever heat I usually cook at (170) for 1hr 30/40mins then uncover and pop back in for 20/30mins so that it makes up a total of 2hrs in the oven. Hey presto, wonderfully juicey and tender beef. Of course, I don't know what size you have but this is a medium sized bit. Good luck
    https://www.mumsnet.com/Talk/food_an...eef-silverside

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    Villa had silverside years ago but stopped selling. Loved it. Easy great meal. Try this using your silver side.

    Corned Beef and Cabbage I Recipe - Allrecipes.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Villa had silverside years ago but stopped selling. Loved it. Easy great meal. Try this using your silver side.

    Corned Beef and Cabbage I Recipe - Allrecipes.com
    Good link. Now I've gotta find some horse radish

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Villa had silverside years ago but stopped selling. Loved it. Easy great meal.
    Wish they still had it. The only place I've been able to find that *might* be OK is: Australian Wagyu Corned Beef -1 Piece(800g-1kg) ? Food Glorious Food

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    959 Sukhumvit 71, (Soi Pridi Panomyong 37)

    Will give it a look next in bkk.

    Thanks.

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    ^Please let us know if you do try it. If it's any good, I'd get half a dozen of them for the freezer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx
    Please let us know if you do try it. If it's any good,
    Will do but won't be in bkk until june 10.
    Maybe luigi will do us a taste test.
    They can deliver to his door for a resonable fee.

    "We will be offering delivery in the following Bangkok areas. There is no minimum spend for delivery. For all orders of Baht 5000 the delivery charge will be free.
    Sukhumvit area – 100 baht
    Chidlom, Sathorn, Rama IV, Silom area – approx. 150 Baht
    Nitchada Thani – 300 Baht"

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