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Brisket Recipes


In traditional Jewish cooking, the brisket - a cut of meat from the breast or lower chest - is braised as a pot roast. There are three secrets to cooking the perfect kosher brisket. Buy good brisket meat (meat #3 in Israel). Jewish brisket should be slow cooked. Choose any brisket recipe from this collection of Jewish brisket recipes. Thirdly, it is very important to slice the brisket correctly. Brisket must be sliced thinly and against the grain.

1. Favorite Brisket Recipe - Easy Sweet and Sour Brisket

We've tried many brisket recipes over the years, but nothing compares to this one in terms of easy preparation, moist consistency and delicious taste. Just marinate the meat in a mixture of sauerkraut, peeled tomatoes and brown sugar, and then bake for 4 hours. It is amazingly easy to prepare a moist and delicious meat main dish for your family.

2. Sweet Brisket

Giora Shimoni
Brisket, when correctly cooked and cut, is festive, fragrant, flavorful, and fork-tender. This simple brisket recipe produces moist, sweet meat. Enjoy this popular cut of breast meat for Passover Seder, Rosh Hashanah, Hanukkah or any Jewish holiday or Sabbath meal.

3. Savory Brisket

I decided the time has come, given my older kids with more adventurous palettes, to cook my Jewish holiday brisket in wine rather than cola. After reviewing a dozen different recipes and the contents of my pantry, I put together the brisket recipe below. The combination of the red wine, orange jam, onions, carrots and spices produce a flavorful meat. Given the moist brisket and sensational taste, my family asked me to keep this recipe on file for future holidays too.

4. Brisket in Wine Sauce

Jamie Geller, author of Quick and Kosher Recipes from the Bride Who Knew Nothing, contributed this recipe for Brisket in Wine Sauce. Geller once again demonstrates how delicious and festive dishes can be easily and quickly prepared. Brisket is a popular Jewish holiday entree, especially for Rosh Hashanah and Passover.

5. Jewish-Style Pot-Roasted Brisket

After experimenting with several different ways to prepare brisket, Arthur Schwartz succinctly describes the optimal way to prepare brisket. His Jewish-Style Pot-Roasted Brisket recipe is easy and delicious.

6. Varied Creative Brisket Recipes

Eileen Goltz provides a variety of brisket recipes, including Savory Brisket, Apple Glazed Beef Brisket, Peppered Brisket, Crockpot Brisket with Cranberry Gravy, Garlic Brisket and more.

7. Video: How to Make Kosher Beef Brisket

Brisket Video
Giora Shimoni

Stephanie Gallagher, About.com Guide to Cooking for Kids, illustrates in this succinct video how to easily prepare kosher beef brisket. She prepares slowly braised brisket that is moist and tender.

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