On the grill or stove or in the crockpot, beef brisket requires long, slow cooking for the most tender results. These easy beef brisket recipes let you serve everyone's favorite flavors, including barbecued, corned beef, and Texas beef brisket.See Popular Beef Brisket Recipes
While anyone can wow dinner guests with filet mignon or another expensive cut of meat, a truer test of cooking skill is transforming a less choice cut, such as beef brisket, into a meal that is tantalizing and unforgettably scrumptious. Beef brisket is cut from the breast or chest portion of a cow or calf. It's a tougher, fattier cut of meat than what most of us might prefer, but slow-cooked and drenched in tangy barbecue sauce, beef brisket becomes extraordinary. Knowing how to cook beef brisket just right is a process that begins long before you heat your smoker, grill or oven.
When weeknight madness hits, the slow cooker has you covered. It creates a hearty, juicy beef brisket dinner with leftovers for panini sandwiches.
When weeknight madness hits, it is hard to imagine getting an evening's meal on the table, let alone a slow-simmered brisket. With the slow cooker, you'll not only get a hearty, juicy beef brisket dinner, but a wonderful panini sandwich to serve for lunch or dinner the next night as well.
This grilled brisket exemplifies the best of Texas barbecue. Cook the beef slowly over mesquite wood chips and slather it with a tangy, spiced brushing sauce and a fiery, sweet red sauce.
Hungry for barbecue? Try beef brisket that's seasoned with a dry rub, smoked for hours, and served with a beer sauce.
Try this scrumptious beef brisket recipe served with your favorite barbecue sauce. Directions are included for all three methods: smoker, charcoal grill, and gas grill.
Make your grilled cheese even more drool-worthy by stuffing it with tender slow cooked beef brisket. This is one sandwich that will stick to your ribs!
A popular way to cook brisket is slowly in a smoker. This Davis Dry Rub and homemade barbecue sauce
Use your slow cooker to make this savory main dish, which is topped with both baking and sweet potatoes.
For many, corned beef and cabbage is a St. Patrick's Day tradition. Slow cooking tenderizes the brisket, which is the centerpiece of this one-dish meal.
Any leftover beef and gravy will work for these hearty sandwiches. Heating the meat in gravy keeps it moist, and you can use any remaining gravy as a dipping sauce.
As this beef brisket slowly simmers, the delicate sweetness of cranberries smooths out the flavor of the marinara sauce in this recipe for a dinner that's worthy of guests.
A tomato-based sauce makes a great accompaniment to smoked beef brisket. The hint of molasses in this sauce is a great choice.
Because brisket benefits from long cooking time, cook it on low heat in a crockery cooker for these beefy sandwiches.
Serve this traditional tasty brisket for your Hanukkah celebration.