Hearing the words "homemade corned beef" may sound a little daunting at first – but have no fear, this recipe is here! Preparing and cooking your own corned beef really couldn't be easier, and using your trusty pressure cooker allows your meat to cook in a fraction of the time of a normal roast. While beef brisket is notorious for being easily tough and overcooked, using a pressure cooker will ensure that the meat will come out moist, tender, and delicious!
Brisket is a thick and fibrous cut of beef that traditionally required a heavy hand when it comes to seasoning, but these days, most uncooked corned beef is sold in a bag of preseasoned brine, for even more convenience. For those who don't have time to get to New York City on their lunch break, the recipe below creates a flavorful and succulent corned beef, that Katz' Delicatessen would be proud to serve! (Meg Ryan need not apply).