Brisket

Brisket is a cut of beef that benefits from long slow cooking. In Jewish tradition it is often served at Rosh Hashanah, Passover and Sabbath.

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Global Cuisine

 
47 reviews
 
4hours20min

This brisket is perfect, delicious and easily kosher for Passover. Serve with mashed potatoes, potato latkes or roasted vegetables.

Recipe by: FRIENDLYFOOD

 
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1hour5min

A beautifully rich beef stew that contains both beef brisket and beef tenderloin that is cooked in a pressure cooker.

Recipe by: tonytsang

 
50 reviews
 
3hours15min

This is a great way to cook brisket and comes with a rich fruity apricot sauce. I have given the instructions for a Dutch oven but it also be done in a casserole dish or even a slow cooker.

Recipe by: Abby J. Benner

 
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6hours20min

This spicy twist on a classic Jewish beef brisket uses horseradish and mustard for extra flavour. It is cooked in a slow cooker for an easy dinner.

Recipe by: New

 
102 reviews
 
4hours10min

The beef brisket is slowly cooked in a broth consisting of beer, garlic, bay, thyme and onion for 4 hours until it is beautiful and tender. Seve with seasonal vegetables and corn bread.

Recipe by: Anna B.

 
No reviews
 
8hours25min

Pressure cook beef brisket with Chinese marinade, ginger and onions for a delicious treat. Serve with white rice.

Recipe by: tonytsang

 
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8hours

Brisket flat is the leaner part of the brisket that consists of two muscles, the other being the fatty decal. This smoking method creates a moist smoked brisket ideal for slicing. It uses a simple Texas style seasoning method.

Recipe by: BushCook

 
9 reviews
 
8hours15min

Traditional known as 'Chulent' this Jewish food is often served for Sabbath lunch. The longer you can leave it in the slow cooker the better.

Recipe by: Niki11784

 
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9hours20min

I wanted to reproduce a meal I remember having when I was younger but had no recipe so I made this up from the memory of how it tasted... and I have to say it came out very good indeed. I choose to serve mine on a large Yorkshire pudding with roast potatoes but I have also had it with baked potatoes and just some lovely crusty bread...all delicious.

Recipe by: petebloke

 
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34min

This is a traditional French recipe that is served when it is cold outside! The brisket needs to cook for 4 hours to be properly tender.

Recipe by: Lane

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