1. SRF Corned Brisket

    Corned Beef Breakfast Burritos

    Not a fan of traditional Irish fare but still want to be festive? Make these giant burritos for breakfast! This is a great way to use leftover corned beef, but this recipe is a winner and you can prepare a SRF corned beef brisket just for these burritos. These are at their best when stuffed full of corned beef and the other toppings. 

  2. SRF Corned Beef

    Braised Corned Beef + Orange Marmalade Mustard Glaze

    I prefer braising corned beef compared to boiling it any day, especially for the main centerpiece of a meal. A pro tip for braising: sear each side of the corned beef before cooking in the oven. The brown sear adds a ton of flavor and helps set the external texture. I used the SRF Corned Beef ½ Round made from the bottom round flat, but you can also use the SRF version made from the brisket flat.

  3. American Wagyu Corned Beef  Recipe | SRF


    Dive into the heart of comfort food with this Corned Beef Cottage Pie, a dish that redefines the essence of home-cooked warmth and satisfaction. This isn't just any cottage pie; it's a culinary hug that combines the rich, savory flavors of traditional Irish fare with the indulgent tenderness of corned beef, taking comfort to a whole new level. Imagine layers of succulent, perfectly seasoned corned beef, intertwined with a medley of tender vegetables, all crowned with a golden, buttery mashed potato crust that crisps to perfection in the oven. Each bite is a journey back to the cozy kitchens of Ireland, where recipes are more than just instructions—they're a legacy of comfort, meant to be savored and shared. Whether you're gathering around the table on a chilly evening or celebrating a special family occasion, the Irish Corned Beef Cottage Pie brings everyone together, serving not just a meal, but a warm, comforting embrace that lingers long after the last bite.

  4. American Wagyu Corned Beef Sandwich| SRF

    The Ultimate Reuben Sandwich

    If you're in pursuit of sandwich perfection, look no further than The Ultimate Reuben Sandwich, where the secret lies in the unparalleled quality of its ingredients. This isn't your ordinary Reuben; it's an elevated take on the classic, featuring the decadent twist of wagyu corned beef from Snake River Farms. This premium beef transforms the sandwich into a melt-in-your-mouth experience, with each slice of corned beef offering a rich, buttery texture that's simply unmatched. Paired with the tangy kick of sauerkraut, the creamy melt of Swiss cheese, and the bold flavor of homemade thousand Island dressing, all encased in slices of hearty, freshly toasted rye bread, this sandwich is a celebration of Irish-American culinary fusion. The Ultimate Reuben Sandwich doesn't just feed the body; it delights the soul, turning a simple meal into an extraordinary feast that pays homage to the art of using top-tier ingredients.

  5. Pastrami on Rye

    Pastrami on Rye

    Starting with Corned Beef Brisket, this recipe transforms the brined cut into a succulent and flavorful smoked pastrami, and makes a sandwich that is good enough to rival your favorite deli. Stacked high on toasted rye bread with crisp sauerkraut and spicy brown mustard, the pastrami can be served warm. The brisket comes brined and seasoned, and benefits from a soak in cold water in the fridge to desalinate (remove some of the salt) before smoking it, which concentrates the flavors. The pastrami rub is homemade, and omits salt ensuring a balanced final product for the perfect sandwich.

  6. Leftover Brisket Tacos with Salsa Verde & Pickled Onions

    Leftover Brisket Tacos with Salsa Verde & Pickled Onions

    Tacos are one of the most popular foods today. Americans eat over 4.5 billion tacos a year! Some of the best tacos are the ones you make at home. Here's a way to create amazing tacos using the leftover brisket from your last cook.

    Rich brisket meat is combined with tart & sweet pickled onions, the peppery bite of raw onion and the fresh herbal notes of cilantro. All topped with a bright salsa verde. The result is taco greatness that will have you thinking about smoking a brisket just to make this crowd-pleasing dish. 

  7. Leftover Brisket Banh Mi

    Leftover Brisket Banh Mi

    Cooked Snake River Farms Brisket is the center of this delicious sandwich based on a traditional banh mi, or Vietnamese soft baguette, often filled with pickled vegetables, and other savory ingredients. This version uses cooked American Wagyu Brisket, creamy mayonnaise, and a variety of pickled and fresh ingredients for an unforgettable and crave worthy meal. Leftovers reimagined for a perfect picnic or a weeknight meal!



    You haven’t had hash like this before. This hearty breakfast is loaded with smoked brisket, crispy potatoes, extra veggies, and a sunny-side-up egg to top it all off. The easy chimichurri sauce adds just the right amount of zing and heat to wake up your palate in the morning.

  9. Beautifully Cooked Wagyu Braised Brisket In the Oven With a Side of Horseradish Gremolata | Snake River Farms

    American Wagyu Braised Brisket In the Oven

    This recipe for braised brisket in the oven is a standard method we use at the restaurant for any braising of large meats. We like to finish this process with some caramelization and add a nice jammy glaze at the end of the cooking process. This gives it a more depth, as well as texture and flavor as opposed to just braising it in the oven.

    For best results reduce the cooking liquid before serving to have a rich sauce. Offset the richness and serve with a fresh herb gremolata with fresh grated horseradish. You’ll most likely have leftover brisket. Some of my favorite things to make with it are French dip sandwiches, pot pie, beef stew.

  10. Braised Harissa Brisket with Roasted Rainbow Carrots

    Braised Harissa Brisket with Roasted Rainbow Carrots

    Oven-braised brisket is well suited to both Passover and Easter celebrations. But be warned: as it cooks, the meat fills the house with a savory aroma that will have everyone clamoring to eat well before the meal is ready.

    Harissa paste, a spicy Moroccan condiment, adds a hot, bright note to the deep, rich flavor of the meat and the sweet onions.

    Roast baby carrots (not to be confused with grocery store baby cut carrots, which are small pieces cut from full-sized carrots) in the oven below the meat: their sweet flavor, crunch and rainbow colors make a perfect counterpoint to the brisket.

  11. Sarsaparilla-Ginger Glazed Brisket and Pickled Red Onion–Blood Orange Marmalade

    Sarsaparilla-Ginger Glazed Brisket and Pickled Red Onion–Blood Orange Marmalade

    While we enjoy using a smoker, we also love a great oven roasted brisket. Here's a delicious recipe that melds blood oranges and onions for a mouthwatering sweet and savory combination that will make this brisket the star of your next dinner.

  12. Hard Cider Braised Corned Beef with Mustard Cider-Reduction

    Hard Cider Braised Corned Beef with Mustard Cider-Reduction

    Chef David Bonom was not a big fan of corned beef until he tried Snake River Farms American Wagyu version. He is now a corned beef convert! Chef Bonom developed a clever way to pair hard cider to compliment the richness of our corned beef.  Different ciders have distinct flavor profiles, ranging from tart and dry to fruity and sweet. We've tried it with several varieties and found either end of the flavor spectrum will celebrate and enhance the flavor of American Wagyu.

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