Okay corned beef lovers, flat cut or point cut?
- Michael RLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
flat cut.it is much leaner than the point cut.
- Anonymous5 years ago
Corned beef must be kept in the liquid it will dry out yes point cut is a cheaper cut of brisket and the grain goes in two different directions between a thick layer of fat try a eye of round cut or any of the round rump cuts will be leaner but will cost more. Your butcher will be able to help you on their better cuts. In the restaurant we skim the fat off the broth and serve some liquid over the corned beef if we slice the corned beef up ahead of time broth from the corned beef goes over the top to keep the corned beef from drying out.
- AvonLv 71 decade ago
Flat cut, in sarnies (with pickles) and salads. Point cut in corned beef hash yum!
- Black OrchidLv 71 decade ago
Cut flat for me with chopped pickle onions and tomatoes in sandwiches
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- seaturtle36Lv 61 decade ago
- 1 decade ago
thick flat cut with sliced tomato for my sanies.
- nicemanveryLv 71 decade ago
I never beef about how it comes !!
- JackieLv 41 decade ago
Lets go for flat...........
- CLARABELLELv 71 decade ago
not for me thanks