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Pulled Corned Beef
on a Potato Roll
with Slaw

History of Corned Beef | Recipes

This will make about 2 lbs of cooked shreddable corned beef Ingredients,
enough for 10 -15 roll size sandwiches.

4 lbs point cut corned beef
4 qts water
1 cup pickling spice
1 large onion
8 cloves garlic

Potato Rolls (or buns)
cole slaw
creamed horseradish


1.Trim any unwanted fat off the corned beef, and Bring all the spices, onion and garlic, and corned beef in
a pan or pot and bring to a simmer.

2. Simmer covered for 2- 3 hours. The temperature should be around 200 degrees.It will easily slip off a fork when lifting it.

The meat will shred easily. Using 2 forks to pull it works well.
Place a desired amount onto a potato roll.

Top with cole slaw and creamed horseradish sauce.




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