Sunday, March 9, 2014

Corned Beef and Cabbage on our Weber Q


         Now getting ready for Corned Beef and Cabbage on our Weber. 1st I soaked the corned beef in water for almost three hours, changing the water every 30 minutes or so. (Takes the salt out of the corned beef). Quartered a cabbage and wrapped in 2 foil packages with garlic, pepper, carrots and potatoes.
cabbage, carrots and potato
preheat the grill on high for 15 minutes, apple wood chips for smoking,
added corned beef, with spices and cabbage foil packets
turn grill to low, close lid, for about an hour or so,
turn roast after 30 minutes, keep lid closed as much as possible
until meat reaches 160f with instant read thermometer.
80 minutes later roast is perfect and veggies done too,
just basted a couple times with olive oil, spices from 
the spice package and vinegar mix
there it is awesome, corned beef and cabbage dinner.
Tender and so tasty


          This is so much nicer than a boiled corned beef, more firm, very tender and so tasty.

2 comments:

  1. Yummy!! You cook a lot of things I never would think of, on the open grill of your Q, so for this roast and your chickens do you find you go through a lot of propane? We also have a Weber Q and I look forward to trying a lot of recipes.

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    1. We are hooked up to or 80lb tank on the coach so do not really notice that much difference, when I cook on low it uses very little propane. The one lb cylinders are too expensive. You can adapt to a 20 lb bbq tank too.

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