Texas-Style Beef Brisket
Total TimePrep: 25 min. + marinating Cook: 6-1/2 hours
Sorry not Texas Beef Brisket . That cooked slowly over an open pit for hours not in a slow cooker . Only the second recipe in the article and so far neither are authentic
This is the best recipe I have found. I add 1/2 red wine to the broth.
I've made this recipe about 5 times over the years. It has never failed to be wonderful. I reduce the chili powder in the sauce to 1tsp bc my husband complains of heartburn, and I usually just add the whole 15-oz can of beef broth. I love this so much! Some 20-y.o. visitors recently swooned over it.
This was delicious and then even better reheated the next day. Tender and moist.
I have wanted to make this recipe for a long time, so when my sister was visiting we thought let's give it a go! Anyways, neither of us read the recipe properly, and just made the barbeque sauce and put the meat in it in the slow cooker and cooked it for 4 hours on high. It was absolutely awesome!!!! Anyways, going back to review the recipe I realized we'd made it totally wrong, and it didn't even matter!
This is REALLY good!! The meat is great in French rolls, dipped in sauce.
There aren't very many recipes my family rate as excellent, but this one was a keeper.
One of my husband's favourite home-cooked meals :) Side it up with mashed potatoes & broccoli.... DELICIOUS!!!!!
This was THE best brisket I have ever had. I served it to company and both men said it was out of this world. I believe you could get a man to propose if you served this!
We loved this recipe and are adding it to our regular menu items. I left out the vinegar, as we don't care for the tangy flavor vinegar adds and it was still a winning recipe.