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    Default Slow cooker silverside?

    I want to do a corned beef in my slow cooker and I got DH to buy a silverside roast. It's not a corned silverside and most of the slow cooker recipes I've found call for corned silverside, like already brined - I thought you do that in the slow cooker...? I'm a bit confused now.

    Anyone have a slow cooker recipe for silverside?

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    If it's just a silverside roast and doesn't say corned you can't boil it. It needs to be roasted - you can still do that in a slow cooker but I'm not sure how.

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    Gah! Thanks. I could roast it in the oven, I guess. Was really craving corned beef

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    It's the same thing as a rump roast. You could cook in the slow cooker like a pot roast with your veges, some aromatics and a cup of liquid (wine, stock or water). I would sear it first. Because it's a tougher cut of meat, long slow cooking will suit it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
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    Haha, thanks! Not sure if I want it that badly though...

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    http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe...de-L10491.html

    From what I've read, the only way to cook silverside is slow cooking as it doesn't have much fat in it, so roasting in the oven would dry it out.

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    Well, I've improvised this morning. Red wine, herbs from the garden, onion, carrot and some stock powder in the slow cooker. We'll see how it goes...

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    Hubby uses ginger beer in the slow cooker with onion and apple to cook his silverside


 

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