If you’re thinking about tonight’s protein, you’re probably thinking beef, and you’re probably thinking “Mmm, yum!” Beef comes in different ways, and one of the best ways it comes in would be corned beef briskets. Beef brisket is such an enjoyable part of the meat that people of all ages love. And, it’s beef. There’s no going wrong with beef! This dish can be prepared in the oven and a common cooking temperature for the corned beef is at 375 degrees Fahrenheit. And a popular question is this. How long to bake corned beef in oven at 375 degrees? In this post, I like to answer this and share some tips on the best corned beef brisket recipe.
It takes 1 hour to bake corned beef at 375 degrees in the oven per pound. So, 2 lb of corned beef brisket would take 2 hours, and 3 lb corned beef would take 3 hours. Though 160 degrees is the benchmark for safe-to-eat beef brisket, your corned beef brisket’s internal temperature should be around 190 degrees to make sure that it’s perfectly tender and soft.
You can choose to raise the baking temperature to 400 degrees for the corned beef to cook faster. But that would give a greater tendency of overcooking your meat and making it hard and chewy. So forget about 425 and 450 degrees. It’s best to lower the cooking temp to around 325-350 degrees so that the corned beef can cook slowly yet surely and beautifully.
Baking corned beef briskets are easy to do too. Here’s a corned beef brisket recipe that I love to use. And it produces really good result.
First, as always, rinse your meat and cut off excess pieces of fat. Then, pat your meat dry before you season it to your taste.
Some pre-cured corned beef already come with seasoning packets which you can use. But, you can also season it yourself using pepper, cloves, sugar, and other seasonings you want to add.
This is optional step. But you can also braise your corned beef, which only really asks you to brown the brisket for 5-8 minutes on each side on a medium-high heat pan before you place it in the oven.
You can put your piece of corned beef on a roasting rack in a roasting pan. Then, fill the bottom of the pan with some water, then, cover it with some aluminum foil.
Pop it in the oven, and at the last 30 minutes to 1 hour of cooking, you can uncover the corned beef brisket and let it cook some more until perfectly tender.
We all love a good corned beef brisket. Everyone’s going to fall in love with you and your brisket once you serve it at the dinner table. But, sometimes, waiting isn’t everyone’s suit. So, if you need to cook your corned beef brisket quicker, here are things you can do.
Yes. Corned beef brisket is just, and will always be a yes. It’s a dish everyone can enjoy and everyone will want more of. But, if you’re looking for ways to level up this dish, here are more things you can do and add to your brisket:
Though fat can make your dish greasy and can be a tough part of your brisket, cutting too much of it can also actually make your meat lose flavor.
You can sear some onions and carrots which you can add to your corned beef as it gets cooked in the oven. This allows the meat to develop a deeper flavor as it cooks.
Brisket can be a tough piece of meat that needs an appreciation for the beauty of waiting. It needs a longer time to soften the meat, which makes a slow cooker the perfect equipment for cooking it. Not only will it make the meat cook better, but it’s also a cooking method that doesn’t require much attention. You can just leave it to cook and check every once in a while.
Yay for beef and yay for briskets! A brisket lunch is such a good way to celebrate and spend time with loved ones. And, I hope that this can help you in cooking your corned beef brisket to absolute, tender, and delicious perfection! Enjoy your beautiful brisket meal!
Corned beef comes from the beef brisket of a cow. How corned beef is made is by curing the beef cut with large rock salt. Sometimes, spices and sugar may also be added to the corned beef.
Most corned beef are sold precooked. This information should be stated in the label. However, if unsure, it’s better to prepare the corned beef as if it is uncooked.
My usual portioning is 0.5 ounces of corned beef per person. Together with 2 to 3 extra side dishes, my family usually find this more than filling.
The internal temperature for corned beef brisket should reach 160 degrees Fahrenheit before the meat is fully cooked. But for a more tender and soft meat, it is recommended to cook the corned beef to an internal temp of 190 degrees Fahrenheit. Note this temperature probe should be placed at the thickest part of the corned beef where it will take longest to cook.
It takes 6 hours to bake a 4 lb corned beef at 350 degrees in the oven. The corned beef cooking time per pound is 1.5 hours at 350 degrees in the oven. Make sure the internal temp of the corn beef reaches 160 degree Fahrenheit so that you know it is fully cooked. But it’s ideal to let it cook up to 190 degrees so that the meat will get fall-off-the-bone tender.