Spiced beef

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Spiced beef is a cured and salted joint of rump or silverside beef, which is traditionally served at Christmas or the New Year in Ireland. It is a form of salt beef, cured with spices and saltpetre, and is usually boiled, broiled or semi-steamed in Guinness or a similar stout, and then optionally roasted for a period after.[1]

Varieties of spices used include pimento, cinnamon, ground cloves, ginger and black pepper.[2]

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  1. ^ Recipe for traditional dry spiced beef - An Bord Bia
  2. ^ Specialities of Coughlan butchers - Coughlan Butchers, English Market, Cork