Fridge it before slicing to get it firm, tastes ok, my regular CB.
Stovies (or Shepherds Pie 1940s style)
For those that point out it is salty... that's what the "corned" bit of "corned beef" means. For those that are concerned at the fat content it is brisket, that's what the "beef" bit refers to. Personally I find this a long overlooked delicacy.
Tasteless . The worse corn beef Ive ever had . No
Tasteless . The worse corn beef Ive ever had . No flavour at all and spongy . Won't buy again . Better off with Tesco sliced corned beef
yes it was nice
yes it was nice
Perfect a compliment call making the usual sandwic
Perfect a compliment call making the usual sandwiches and specially when making the marvellous corn beef hash
Always useful to have in the cupboard
Keeps well useful for salads and sandwiches and good for stovies in the winter best chilled in the fridge before opening at least two hours if you don’t use it all at once keep in the fridge and plan on using within one day of opening to be on safe side
Really tasty meat, gorgeous sliced in a sandwich with brown sauce, try it!
Affordable deli-style meat if served the right way
Put the can, unopened, in the fridge overnight or for at least 4 - 6 hours before opening, and you'll have a nice tasty affordable deli meat & store cupboard staple. If you're not sure how to open these cans, please find info online first. If served thinly sliced (which is why it needs to be chilled, to firm up) with some black pepper and celery, this is up there with any other deli-style cold meat, But if you forget to chill it or open the can incorrectly, you'll be left with an unappetising mess, so be sure to do it right.
Lovely corned beef. Keep the tin in the fridge until you are ready to use it and it slides easily out of the tin and is very easy to slice. Corned beef hash with a touch of HP sauce - can’t beat it 👍
Avoid if you suffer from leprosy and an IQ <30
Ok so its a can of corned beef so my expectation levels have been set. I just fancied a trip down memory lane so thought I would make my sandwiches for work this week with a bit of corned beef with a dash of pickle. Nice to see that the key system is still employed and for those that don't suffer from leprosy and or have a greater IQ than that of said tin; it shouldn't be a problem. Not sure why some of the other contributors sound a little confused? It took seconds to open and to my surprise, the can contained nothing other than corned beef. My sandwiches this week have been delicious and I may even push the boat out further and try a little English mustard with the last few slices. Cheap and delicious this will now become a regular contributor to my sandwich bag