Friday, March 23, 2012

Kahlua Coffee Corned Beef with an hint of Mango honey and Tamari with Roasted Vegetables


So as you know I just had my annual St. Patrick's day party which was a huge hit we had a variety of different Irish dishes. Including Irish Soda Bread, Mashed Potatoes, Roasted Root Vegetables, and my signature cocktail of the evening The Irish Sparkler, which I posted in my last post plus for dessert we had the yummy Deep Dish Pear Pie with a Almond Cookie crust a drizzle of caramel and some vanilla  cream..  It was so much fun and the food and company was fabulous as usual.



So as promised I am going to share my recipe for Kahlua Coffee Corned Beef with an hint of Mango honey and Tamari this is a quick to assemble recipe however you cook it low and slow so either cook at while out and about or while you are sleeping because the smell alone is intoxicating. I gad quite the crowd so I figured a pound a person. We made 20 lbs of Corned beef a baked at 250 for 7 hours so yummy and tasty.

Kahlua Coffee Corned Beef with an hint of Mango honey and Tamari Ingredients:
Corned Beef
Seasonings from Corned Beef
2 cups of coffee
1 cup of Kahlua
1 cup of Mango Honey
1/4 cup Tamari Sauce
2 cups of water

Roasted Vegetables Ingredients:
Carrots and potatoes
1/2 cup Olive Oil
Salt and Pepper to taste

Equipment
1 Dutch oven with a lid
1 rack to elevate meat I used my cookie drying rack

1 Cookie for Roasted Vegetables
1 Spatula

Take meat and let sit out until room temperature. could take up to 2 hours.


Next Mix Kahlua Bath in a large measuring cup add Kahlua, Coffee, Honey, and Tamari and whisk together.


 Poor Kahlua Bath over meat.
Now take the seasoning packet and sprinkle over meat. Then add 2 cups of water to bath but dont poor over meat.

Cover meat and cook for 7 hours at 250 degrees.


 About an hour before dinner clean root vegetable and cut potatoes into cubes and toss in oil salt and pepper cook at 350 degrees in separate oven  turning every 15 minutes
 until golden like this.

Serve with Corned Beef.




Enjoy,


Sheila Fretz










1 comment:

  1. Oh, that looks good. thanx 4 sharin ;)

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