Corned beef is beef that has been first treated in brine and then boiled in vinegar over low heat. The pieces of meat used usually belong to cuts of what is called skirt. The origin of the name comes from the brine process in which salt grains are added that in English are called corn, in this way it can be literally translated as veal in grains.
The first reference of this dish dates back to 1701 and was very popular then for the sailors and fishermen who seem to feed on this dish during their long and heavy voyages, the composition of this dish was the Pökelfleisch (salted meat), potatoes, onions and Speck.
This is our delicious recipe and we want to share it with all of you, we like it with vegetables and French fries as an accompaniment, but you can choose your ingredients or prepare it alone.
Nutrition Facts Servings: 4 Amount per serving Calories 356 % Daily Value* Total Fat 23.8g 30% Saturated Fat 8.3g 42% Cholesterol 88mg 29% Sodium 1281mg 56% Total Carbohydrate 13.9g 5% Dietary Fiber 1.6g 6% Total Sugars 9.5g Protein 21.7g