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Corned Beef Round

Corned Beef Round

2-4 LBS

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Avg. 3 lb.

Each piece of our red corned beef round cuts weigh on average 3 pounds, ranging between 2-4 pounds each. If you have a preference between a smaller or larger size, please indicate that in the open comment field area right before you place your order so our packing crew can best accommodate your request.

This year we are offering round roast (this item) along with the traditional brisket. This corned beef from the round is for those that are seeking a leaner cut of beef than a brisket. Many prepare corned beef boiled for a traditional boiled dinner. Some of our staff has shared they like to use the oven method which includes searing the brisket and then placing it in a pot with vegetables and cooking liquid of choice, then roasting it in the oven at 275 degrees for nearly 6 hours.

We recommend buying an extra for the freezer; corned beef is delicious in so many applications: sandwiches, corned beef hash, Reuben strata, or even a corned beef meat pie! Heidi likes to use it to make a shepherd's pie in place of ground beef or lamb.

If you would prefer to choose the exact ingredients you brine your corned beef in, or just prefer a grey corned beef, we also offer whole and pieced beef brisket and top round roast cuts that you can make yourself following your desired recipe, too. 



Cured with: Water, Salt, Sugar, Sodium Erythorbate, Spice Extractives of Garlic, Polysorbate, Sodium Nitrate, Red 3 Glycerine ---------- In case you're wondering, yes this product does contain nitrates as a brined/cured item. Naturally highly occurring in things like spinach and bokchoy, nitrates also are added to most types of ham, hot dogs, and salami. Even when a label says uncured or no nitrates added, these items come in many label forms such as "saltpeter" or even "celery powder". (Celery is grown in nitrate treated fields to absorb it, be harvested, and processed to be added to foods as a natural nitrate source). The good news is meat products are only a small portion of your daily nitrate intake, as most of the nitrates we consume in our everyday diets come from vegetables. Of course, if you prefer to avoid them all together we have beautiful briskets and top round roasts available as well.