Gingerbeer Silverside

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December 12, 2014

Gingerbeer Silverside 5 0 5 6
  • Prep: 2 mins
  • Cook: 7 hrs
  • 2 mins

    7 hrs

    7 hrs 2 mins

  • Yields: 4


1 x 1.25Ltr Ginger Beer

1 x Piece of Silverside


1Wash the piece of Silverside in cold water

2Place Silverside in the Slow Cooker

3Pour in the bottle of Ginger Beer

4Cook on Low 6 - 8 hours


6** Ginger Beer can be substituted for Dry Ginger Ale

Submitted by Roslyn Potter


19 Reviews

Sally C

August 6, 2017

Lovely! On low for eight hours and turned out delicious.

Deb Johnson

July 24, 2017

I’m going to make this it sounds yummy

From the start if they are whole


July 7, 2017

at what stage should I put carrots in to cook?

Ceri Blythe

June 7, 2017

Wow. First mouthful at the table, and it got a thumbs up all round. Safe to say I will be making this again as the family gave it a 9/10! (I used Ginger Ale.) A member on the FB page also provided me with a mustard sauce recipe to go with it. I don’t like mustard but oh my word, it was delicious. Leftovers went in the lunchbox sandwiches too.

I don’t like ginger beer/ale either and I LOVE this!

Michelle Moran

March 1, 2017

Ok, so I was a little worried about making this. I am not a ginger beer or ginger ale fan and thought that it all I was going to taste. However, I did go ahead and make it. Now I have grown up with my mum cooking silverside but with vinegar, mustard, herbs and a few extra special ingredients. I have tried to make hers but have always failed and my husband would never eat it. So I thought I would give a new recipe a try and OH MY… not only was it yummy (no ginger ale taste, just a small sweetness taste) my husband ate it and request I make another one!! WINNING! Will defiantly keep cooking it this way and it is so easy.

Jan Rhoades

January 7, 2017

I rub fat side (facing up) with some brown sugar as well and place some orange slices on top of that. Adds extra flavour. Even if using ginger ale I still add a bay leaf and a dash or either brown or apple cider vinegar. Old habits die hard. Delicious. Also, if you wish, you can place on a bed of onion, celery and carrots for extra flavour. I usually discard the vegetables…but you don’t have to.

Kirsten Manclark

September 13, 2016

Tried this the other day and was tasty and so quick and easy!

No … just the ingredients as per recipe …..
Trust me 😉


August 25, 2016

Hi! No salt/pepper/garlic? 🙂

If in doubt just turn meat half way through cooking time that’s what I do 🙂


August 3, 2016

I have a 6L slow cooker so would I have to add extra ginger beer/ale or anything to cover the meat or is it ok to only have it partly submerged in liquid?

I always only use ginger ale also 🙂

Jade Kubler

July 22, 2016

I have tried it once with Ginger Beer didnt really like the taste but i have made it few times with Ginger Ale. I prefer the ginger ale it gives it nice flavour. I have it on now in my slowcooker for dinner tonight in Ginger Ale. 🙂 thanks for sharing this awesome recipe 🙂


July 17, 2016

Loved this – have done it 6 times now with each one a hit.

Helen Hirst

June 10, 2016

I’ve got it in my SC now. Fingers crossed. 🙂

Ginger beer will give a stronger ginger flavour also compared to ginger ale 🙂
I use ginger ale myslef

Krista Hurrell

May 17, 2016

*i used dry ginger ale* This is a nice recipe. However i found it a bit bland tasting compared to my usual recipe i use. It is still a good recipe and it doesn’t have a strong ginger taste (i would say it is very subtle). It cooked well and i like that it just has 2 ingredients.

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