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Leprechaun Sauce

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Man, I tried an oh so simple new sauce today with my corned beef and cabbage, and I couldn’t believe how good it was! I wet cooked my brisket most of the day and finished it like a ham (studded, glazed and all that) I cooked my cabbage, early redskins and carrots in the leftover liquids. Today I did a stick of butter, a tablespoon of coarse country dijon and a handful of fresh snipped dill, and brushed (poured) it on the plated veggies as a finishing sauce!! OMG! From now on! I had 2 full plates…woof!
 

cajunsmoker

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that sounds superb
I didn't get any corned beef this St Patty's
But I'll slip one in here before long
 

meowey

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I usually find that simple is better with regard to sauces. I have to try that sauce!

Take care, have fun, and do good!

Regards,

Meowey
 

tonto1117

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Wow, sounds excellent Carl, sure wish I would have seen this before I served my corned brisket last night...... definetley next time, Thanks.
 

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