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Cut it up and use to season beans, hash, greens. You could also try soaking the slices. . .
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Posted to Thread #30176 at 11:55 pm on Mar 19, 2018
in cold water for a couple of hours to see if that helps alleviate the saltiness.
I think corned beef hash looks to be in your future, with lots of potatoes.
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Other messages in this thread:
- 30176. What do you do with your corned beef if it is too salty? [NT] - oli - 3:00pm on 03/19/18 (14)
- I would try this: - mistral - 5:09pm on 03/19/18
- This is already cooked and we served for dinner, that's how I found out it's too salty. [NT] - oli - 10:55pm on 03/19/18
- Cut it up and use to season beans, hash, greens. You could also try soaking the slices. . . - mistral - 11:55pm on 03/19/18
- It may not taste quite as overwhelmingly salty in a sandwich also--thin sliced with cheese - Charley - 11:00am on 03/20/18
- Yes, use it in things and don't add extra salt--the corned beef does the seasoning. (nt) [NT] - mistral - 7:11pm on 03/20/18
- Rec: Creamed Chipped Beef from Cook's Country - Curious1 - 8:26pm on 03/20/18
- Btw, did you corn your own beef or was it a purchased piece? [NT] - Curious1 - 8:28pm on 03/20/18
- Purchased @ Costco. [NT] - oli - 11:14pm on 03/21/18
- me too and mine was also extra salty - pmassell_93 - 11:43pm on 03/21/18
- I give corned beef a soak with a couple of changes of water before cooking to remove some salt. [NT] - Charley - 11:42am on 03/22/18
- I just finished a little of my corned beef (it was good) and using yours in a twice baked potato - Charley - 9:21pm on 03/20/18
- Made hash with our leftovers - your baked next time! - colleenmomof2 - 9:36pm on 04/19/18
- We buy a coned beef processed right here in our town by Premier meats. It is an uncured corned beef - KarenNoCA - 3:45pm on 03/23/18
- sounds great - pmassell_93 - 6:13pm on 03/23/18