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Beef brisket recipes
Get that slow-cooked BBQ vibe without having to slave over hot coals for hours. Serve with a rich creamy blue cheese slaw and fries.
Impress family or friends with this meltingly tender one-pot brisket recipe. Slow cooking brisket in stock and aromatics produces tender meat and a rich gravy.
Take this great value cut of beef to the next level by slow-cooking it in Newcastle Brown Ale and stuffing in a bun with sticky sweet onions and blue cheese.
This Asian-infused dish brings the depths of duck fat, the saltiness of soy sauce and Thai flavours together in one super tender brisket dish. We have lots more curry recipes for you to try.
Enjoy a British barbecue banquet with our beautiful beef brisket – this seriously tender joint will easily serve eight people, so follow our step-by-step guide to the ultimate brisket. Put together a BBQ feast with our best BBQ recipes.
Brisket makes the perfect beer snack. This is brisket as you don’t know it – these mouthwatering meaty bites may not be traditional but they sure are delicious.
A melt-in-the-mouth hunk of meat can provide a simple Sunday roast when entertaining guests. Full of flavours, you can’t go wrong with this well-priced cut.
This brined brisket and bagel treat is a great excuse to get the gang over. If you’re looking for a straightforward brining project with spectacular results, then have a go at making your own salt beef. It takes a week for the beef to brine, so it makes an ideal weekend activity, ready for you to enjoy the following weekend. And, seeing as you’ll need to be a little patient while the brining process does its thing, why not use the time to conjure up a couple of jars of homemade dill pickles?
Create a deli staple, pastrami, at home. It’s usually hot-smoked, but this cheat’s version uses smoked paprika and slow-cooking to get a similar flavour and texture.
Beef chilli is a great comforting dish and this one-pot recipe makes it really easy, using brisket for great value. This makes a big batch, so you can freeze the leftovers and have them ready for a speedy mid-week meal.