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
This savory brisket that gets amazing flavor from slow-cooking all day with cabbage, sweet potato, onion and apples. Put it together in the morning, and you'll be welcomed home by the comforting aromas of this mouthwatering dish.
Brown sugar makes it sweet, picante and Worcestershire sauces makes it spicy, and slow cooking makes it tender and delicious. Serve the brisket on sandwich buns or rolls to soak up all the flavorful sauce.
We've gathered our best beef brisket recipes into one great recipe collection. Whether oven roasted or grilled to perfection, we've got the beef brisket recipes you'll love.
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.
Use a slow cooker to cook the beef brisket in a sweet and savory wine sauce made with dried plums, apricots, and cherries.
Both Frank Falcinelli and Frank Castronovo had early experiences with sauerbraten, the German braised brisket. Castronovo sampled it on trips to Germany; Falcinelli had it at the German deli where he worked as a teenager. The terrific recipe they ultimately perfected is both very sweet and very sour, made with raisins, apples, red wine vinegar, and red wine.
Slow-Cooked Beef brisket is the culinary equivalent to the musical slow jam. It takes the less hurried path that leads straight to love. Whether brisket is what's on the menu for a laid-back family weekend dinner or a quintessential Passover meal, it's moist, tender, and full of flavor. Which is all that beef can be. You can't rush brisket. In fact, slow-braising -- cooking it covered at a low temperature with a spice rub or marinade, with plenty of moisture for hours -- is the best way to love it tender. But our recipes below for wood-smoked brisket, orread more
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 classic corned beef in a new-fashioned fix-it-and-forget-it style.
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.
Hearty appetites will be satisfied when served bowls brimming with spicy, Southwestern-style chili.
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.
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A popular way to cook brisket is slowly in a smoker. This Davis Dry Rub and homemade barbecue sauce