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Smoking Corn Beef???

post #1 of 7
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HI All I have a 3.5 corn beef, I'd like to smoke..Can I just smoke it like a brisket?

So far all my (12) briskets have come out on the dry side. I tired all the methods for smoking brisket, with the same results, tasty tender but on the dry side.

So how should I smoke the corn beef???

Thanks Dan

post #2 of 7
Jeff just published his methods. Search is your friend.
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Jeff just published his methods. Search is your friend.

He sent 2 in his news letter yesterday

post #4 of 7

Dan if you smoke it soak it in fresh water to take some of the salt out, you can add a rub and make it into a Pastrami.I do that with mine.

post #5 of 7
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Hi Can I just smoke like a brisket? Pastrami sounds good. just don't want to mess IT up. Will search for a pastrami rub.

Thanks Dan

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Dan if you smoke it soak it in fresh water to take some of the salt out, you can add a rub and make it into a Pastrami.I do that with mine.

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Hi Can I just smoke like a brisket? Pastrami sounds good. just don't want to mess IT up. Will search for a pastrami rub.

Thanks Dan

        Rub Mix
4  Tbs Coarse Black Pepper

2  Tbs  Ground Corriander 

1  Tbs   Paprika 
 Mix these 3 together (you can add garlic ,onion , brown sugar). I like the plain 3

 

Mustard base on the meat smoke to IT 195 should be good.

post #7 of 7
I just picked up a corned beef flat that I'll be doing the same thing with.

I will soak mine for 1 hour changing the water at the half way mark.

I'm use a similar run as mentioned above except I add crushed juniper berry to the mix. I do not use mustard as a binder as it is not needed. The rub adheres just fine without it.
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