Guinness braised corned beef. Toss in the garlic and cover the top of your brisket with the seasoning packet and then pour in the stout. Rinse brisket thoroughly, then pat dry with paper towels and place on a rack in a roasting pan or Dutch oven. Rub brown sugar all over brisket.
Using a slotted spoon, carefully lift the corned beef out of the liquid and set it to rest on the cutting board. Heat dutch oven or oven proof pot over medium-high heat, melting the butter. To the pot, add onions, carrot, celery, garlic, thyme and sautee until softened. You can have Guinness braised corned beef using 0 ingredients and 0 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Guinness braised corned beef
Add tomatoes and tomato paste; stir until vegetables are coated. To make the colcannon, boil some yellow potatoes in salted water. In a dutch oven or large stockpot, heat olive oil to high. Give the corned beef a good rinse under cool water and place it, fat side down, in a large Dutch oven.
Guinness braised corned beef instructions
Coat the top with half of the brown sugar. Flip the brisket over and coat the fatty side with the remaining brown sugar. Pour the Guinness around the meat adding just enough beef broth until the brisket is almost completely immersed. Place the rinsed and dry corned beef brisket, onion half and whole garlic head in a large dutch oven pot. Mix the beer and the brown sugar in a glass bowl.