I really like corned beef. I'm kind of new to it, actually.
I mean, I grew up in America and I had heard of it, but I'm not Irish or anything, so I never really knew what it was.
Then when I did see it, it was either in a can (ew!) or it was not very widely available- maybe shoved into one corner of the refrigerated meat case, but only during certain times of the year.
So when I tried corned beef and cabbage at a restaurant, I thought it was delicious, and set out to make it at home.
First I learned how to make corned beef. You know, so I didn't have to rely on the store to provide it, since that was pretty hit or miss.
Also, you know how I like to know where my food comes from. That means I always buy 100% grass-fed beef. And with the limited corned beef situation, that wasn't happening.
Luckily, it's easy to make your own corned beef. It's really just as easy as brining a chicken, which I had done before.
Check out how to make your own corned beefhere.
So since I learned how to do that, and discovering that I really like corned beef, I've been looking for new corned beef recipes.
You probably already know how much I like one-pot recipes, so of course that was on the top of the list. And next was to convert said one pot recipe to VitaClay. So it will taste better and have amazing texture and nutrients.
I love this recipe. It's quick, easy and simple, but tastes amazing. Try it!