Yield: Yields about 1-1/2 cups horseradish cream and 3/4 cup mustard sauce
Servings: 6, with generous leftovers
Using a little beer to boil corned beef provides a pleasant malty flavor. Choose a dark beer, such as Guinness or other stout or, for a hint of sweetness, try a porter. Dark German beer, called Dunkel, is also good. Don’t throw away the stock: Save it for a cabbage or other winter vegetable soup.
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Leftovers are great in Reuben-type sandwiches or corned beef hash.
I made this for my totally Irish brother-in-law, from Queens and he said, "my mother never made corned beef this good EVER!" I made everything according to the recipe, except for the dill pickle-horseradish cream. I used a simple recipe of 1 cup sour cream, 2 TBs horseradish, 1 teaspoon lemon juice and salt and pepper. The meal was a total hit. Thank you Bruce!
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