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How to Sous Vide Beef Corned Beef
There are several options when sous viding corned beef. For steak-like I usually do between 131°F and 140°F (55°C and 60°C) for 2 to 3 days or 150°F (65°C) for a "perfect traditional" corned beef. But if you want something along the lines of traditional results you can cook it at any of the braise-like temperatures for a few days.
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Sous Vide Corned Beef Temperatures and Times
131°F for 2 to 3 Days (55.0ºC)
140°F for 2 to 3 Days (60.0ºC)
Tender Braise: 150°F for 1 to 2 Days (65.6ºC)
Firm but Shreddable: 156°F for 1 to 2 Days (68.9ºC)
More Fall Apart: 165°F for 1 to 2 Days (73.9ºC)
Really Fall Apart: 176°F for 12 to 24 Hours (80.0ºC)
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Corned beef Reubens are one of my all-time favorite sandwiches. The salty and heavily spiced corned beef compliments the tangy sauerkraut, with some sharp Swiss cheese and hearty rye bread topped with some Russian Dressing, tying it all together.
While I'll eat Reuben cooked almost any way, I especially love them when the corned beef is sous vided.
Sous vide corned beef is something I don't make nearly enough! It's so flavorful and goes with so many different dishes. I also love curing my own brisket for homemade corned beef since it gives me complete control over the salt and seasonings, but this recipe also works well with most store bought brands.
Homemade corned beef is nothing like the overly salty, generally bland store bought corned beef. Making it at home gives you full control over the salt levels and the seasonings. It also is really easy to do!
One of my favorite sandwiches is a great reuben. I love them with pastrami or corned beef, and on just about any type of bread. The other day I decided to make one for myself using sous vide corned beef. Cooking the corned beef sous vide results in very tender, but still firm, corned beef which is perfect for a great reuben. Just add some good rye bread that is toasted, sauerkraut, gruyere cheese, and some thousand Island dressing and you're all set. If you like reubens you'll love this sous vide corned beef reuben recipe.