Very tender and out of this world.
This is a different type of brisket recipe of eastern Jewish European influence. Unlike most briskets that are cooked in the oven, this brisket is simmered. Best to prepare a day or so in advance; by refrigerating the brisket becomes firm and makes it easier to trim fat off and to slice. Freezes and reheats well.
Rome wasn't built in a day, and neither is this amazing brisket. Marinated for a day and slow cooked for a day, by the time you're ready to eat you'll have spent more quality time on this brisket than you do with most of your relatives. Mind you, your relatives surely aren't this delicious.
Tender, sweet, and spicy, this great slow cooker brisket is easy to make.
Almost like cider in meat form, this tasty slow cooker brisket makes a terrific autumn meal.
A smoky and sweet slow-baked brisket. Four hours in the oven with coffee, brown sugar, and chili sauce makes for incredible flavor.
St. Patrick's Day cooking doesn't get easier than this. Corned beef goes in your slow cooker with beer, comes out 8 hours later, fork-tender and ready to feast on. Boil some potatoes and you're ready to party.
Imagine: delicious, tender slices of brisket, piled high on your plate. You could make this your reality in just a few hours with this simple recipe for the Dutch oven.
A simple recipe for amazing sandwiches out of your slow cooker. You could make the meat, bring it and the buns to work, and have yourself a lunch that makes all your co-workers jealous.
This easy brisket recipe is ideal for slow cooker beginners. No extra cooking necessary, just toss all the ingredients in your slow cooker and let it go to work, while you're at work.
A big-flavored marinade gives this brisket big taste. Add in some veggie friends at the end of cooking and you've got a meal fit for any gathering.
This will feed a lot of people. I cooked this for my church group and everyone loved it.