Top Rated Brisket Recipes

Chef Ratha Chau outside his Cambodian sandwich shop, Num Pang.
"This isn't typical of what you'll see anywhere else," Chef Ratha Chau noted of the ginger barbecue brisket sandwich that he serves at Num Pang, his Cambodian sandwich shop just off Union Square in New York City.And he's right. This is a tasty, messy sandwich. Juices drip down your fingers, there's mayo on your palms, you can't put it down once you start, and you need at least three napkins once you're done. But you just don't care. Tang, sour, sweet, creamy plus deep earthy meat on slightly toasted bread. It's a Sunday sandwich-- something to eat when you don't have to be anywhere.So be wise. Take note of his recipe. - Arthur Bovino
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Texas Brisket
Texas is known for barbecue brisket, which is basically a big hunk of meat slathered in salt and pepper and cooked low and slow in a smoker for up to 10 hours. To get a perfect crust on a brisket, you’ll need a wood fire kept at 250-275 degrees F and you’ll need to tend it every half hour. This brisket recipe is adapted from one created by Aaron Franklin, owner of Austin’s famous Franklin Barbecue. It includes all the tips you need to cook a delicious Texas-style brisket.Franklin uses un-waxed pink butcher paper to wrap his meat after six hours, but aluminum foil works almost as well. 
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Passover Brisket
Add a delicate, floral aroma to your beef brisket this Passover by cooking with lashings of Meyer lemon zest, and serving with a fresh pomegranate gremolata.This recipe is courtesy of Martha Stewart.
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Hanukkah Brisket
If you are planning on making a hearty meal to go along with your latkes for Hanukkah (or any other festive holiday), this brisket is easy and delicious. Slow cooking is the best way to make brisket as it is usually a tough cut of meat. Ask your butcher for the "flat cut" of the brisket and to trim the layer of fat down to 1/4 inch. This will help to keep the meat tender as it cooks.For more Hannukah tips check out A Gentile's Guide to Hanukkah.
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braised brisket
The addition of fresh horseradish to this garnish feels thematically appropriate, and it carries a key flavor of the Seder through the delicious main course.This recipe is courtesy of Liza Schoenfein. 
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Beef Brisket
Throw everything in the slow-cooker, leave it to simmer for several hours, and you’ll end up with a perfectly cooked beef brisket.This recipe is courtesy of Real Simple.
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This is a perfect traditional pot roast recipe that will make you long for Sundays. We’ve designed this recipe to be made in an Instant Pot, but you can use any brand of multi-cooker. The ingredients are pretty straightforward, and, by utilizing the braising and pressure-cooking functions of the Instant Pot, it will take you just over an hour to create the comforting, earthy flavors of a traditional pot roast.10 Winning Instant Pot Game Day Recipes
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Corned beef and cabbage is a festive dish that is often associated with Saint Patrick’s Day. Make a little extra and use the leftovers for Reuben sandwiches or corned beef and hash. Click here to see How to Make the Ultimate Corned Beef and Cabbage
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Brisket Bulgogi Sliders with Kimchi Aïoli
These Korean-inspired sliders are popular with the beer served at 508 Gastrobrewery, a gastropub located in New York City. They were also featured at the 2012 Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival at the Grand Tasting.
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Brisket is often corned in Ireland, but it is also appreciated in its native form; a tough but flavorful cut, it lends itself particularly well to long, slow pot-roasting. Serve this pot-roast with mashed or boiled potatoes, if you like.Click here to see the Cooking with Guinness story. Adapted from “The Country Cooking of Ireland” by Colman Andrews. 
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Brisket dip
If you’re making a beautiful beef brisket this holiday season, chances are you’re not going to have a ton of leftovers after dinner. But don’t scrap that meat! Make this scrumptious dip instead.This recipe is courtesy of Keebler and Damaris Phillips.
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Brisket Sliders
For easy eating during the Oscars, enjoy these high-brow sliders at your next viewing party. For more Oscar-worthy tips, click here!
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