TSmoked Corned Beef Pastrami In The Masterbuilt Electric Smoker

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Published on Mar 17, 2017

The Masterbuilt Electric Smoker did a great job on this smoked Corned Beef Pastrami. I usually cure Brisket to make my own Corned Beef, but I couldn't pass up the deal I got on this commercially cured Corned beef. Whether I am steaming Corned Beef, or smoking it for Pastrami, soaking it overnight is something I like to do to pull out the extra salt and brine solution. This is really a good idea if you are buying a store bought Corned Beef Brisket.

The rub I like to use when Smoking Corned Beef for Pastrami is a very simple rub that is an even mix of coarse black pepper, granulated garlic, cayenne pepper and paprika.

I smoked the Corned Beef in The Masterbuilt Smoker until it got to an internal temperature of 172 degrees. Meat will typically not take on any more smoke after it reaches 150 to 155 degrees, so pulling it at an even lower temperature would be fine since we will be steaming it to 200 degrees in the next step.

One think I like to do is to refrigerate the Pastrami overnight after it cools down from steaming. This allows the rub to really stick to the meat. If you were going to slice the Pastrami right after the steaming process a lot of the rub would come off of the meat.

I do warm the Pastrami up before I slice it just to loosen it up a little bit.
I am going to be making Reuben Sandwich Sliders with this Pastrami for a St. Patrick's day pot luck at work.
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Masterbuilt Electric Smoker Corned Beef Pastrami Recipe

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  • Christopher Nyland - 1 month ago

    Ridiculous slicer....

  • Christopher Nyland - 1 month ago

    I would have gave you a "thumbs up" .....why I didn't is all NYC and Phila pastrami uses ground coriander in the rub and pastrami will NOT taste right without it!!!!

  • Conri O'Donoghue - 1 month ago

    Anyone that owns a Masterbuilt should check the accuracy of the thermometers. My integrated meat thermometer is way off in my Masterbuilt. Otherwise I'm happy with it. In south Texas we need to use the external smoker. In summertime the oven heater doesn't run enough to make enough smoke. I like the external smoker anyway so that I am more flexible and can do a reasonable cold smoke. Thanks for the fine video.

  • Valerie Cudnik - 3 months ago

    Great video, thanks. Did you put water in the tray or just smoke it dry?

  • George Moore - 4 months ago

    I'm making this tonight. Currently soaking the corned beef in water. Once the kitchen is available, I'm going to put the dry rub on the corned beef and vacuum seal it. Tomorrow I'll smoke it.

  • Keith Fleming - 4 months ago

    Big Man, great video, I couldn't tell on the video and didn't see the question below, did u smoke it with the fat side up?

  • John - 6 months ago

    Do you have to steam it or can you cook to 170+ , rest and to table? I know Katz does it to reheat it but if I'm going straight to table

  • George Wymer - 12 months ago

    I new as soon as I saw the Corp shirt I was in good hands. I am in the soaking stage, after watching your video I have good vibes about the end product. Thanks from a Brother.

  • Lilly's Cooking - 1 year ago

    Great video

  • Debbie Lynn Tv - 1 year ago

    Reuben's yumo

  • LS - 1 year ago

    Really enjoying the videos, Lyle. Great work!

  • Maurice _ - 1 year ago

    Masterbuilt smh...when you were talking about the meat your expression was like, why in the hell am I using this thing. Bring out the big dawg. Leave that for Steve Harvey

  • Living with the Lyons - 1 year ago

    These look good.. I like looking at all th e trees when you are outside looks relaxing

  • Phred Zeppelin - 1 year ago

    Yo Lyle your damn dogs got my damn dog going, whats up with that bro.

  • The REAL Bradley Webb - 1 year ago

    Looks mighty tasty Lyle! I'm still liking that meat slicer! 👍🏻 great job bro

  • Cheryl K - 1 year ago

    Perfect...I love Pastrami too....My husbands favorite!

  • Fritz is Cookin Again - 1 year ago

    Hey Lyle !!! What is Up Brother !!! Please say Hey to the Lovely Mrs.Andrea , Mr.Mason , Miss.Penny , Miss.Frankie , and your Wonderful Family from Me , Mom , and ole Sarge !!! Man You ROCK the Pastrami !!! I Could of Ate the Entire Thing Myself !!! yum Yum YUMMY ... Diggin that Slicer !!! Lyle Next Time it's On Sale , i'm Goin to Do my First Corned Beef !!! Thank You for the AWESOME Video ...

  • john davis - 1 year ago

    Add some coriander to your rub.......Around same amount as pepper......If you can, put in fridge for 2 days ......Then smoke.........You'll taste the difference.........

  • The Meat Stall - 1 year ago

    Lyle I see you putting that Masterbuilt to work.... lol ..... great video... . I love that camera quality.... what kinda came a are you using potna?

  • Daily Rambles - 1 year ago

    Hey, Greg and I went to our BBQ spot and bought some more dry rub and we picked up one for you. Can you send me an email so I can get an address to send it to. My email is dawn@dawnrambles.com

  • Ellen's Homemade Delights - 1 year ago

    You are awesome Lyle!!

  • bamamubs - 1 year ago

    Wow; new sub from Sal @Root Boy Cooks! Looks just delicious! :) Loved your dogs in the background; give em some camera time soon!

  • GQue BBQ - 1 year ago

    I hope you got some leftovers....Im coming over!

  • Лучик Солнца - 1 year ago

    Eng: Support for a channel my friend like + Welcome to my channel a new video (Rus: Поддержка друга like + Приглашаю Всех в гости на новое видео)

  • Cookin with SurfinSapo - 1 year ago

    Wow you look like a million dollars!!!! Nice kitchen!!! Marine Corps #1..... love the black hoodie!!! The dogs made my dogs trip out!!!! Killer pastrami !!! Keep it real !!!

  • Southern Coastal Cooking ™ - 1 year ago

    looks really good buddy. I just started mine this morning

  • ken gerry - 1 year ago

    That was a nice  job on the corned beef. I wanted to know if you used a point or a flat ., Thanks Lyle

  • Mike Meyer - 1 year ago

    I used to make that with my gramps and then serve it with a good homeade Sauerkraut always a tasty supper lol just had a question how many Hoodies do you have? always see you sporting different lol wish I had a better supply? wat do you do for work man.?

  • Travels With Phillip - 1 year ago

    great sharing liked! Thanks my friend Have a nice weekend!

  • SmokeyGoodness - 1 year ago

    Bet there were a lot of happy co-workers!