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Beef Brisket

Beef Brisket recipe
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Our take on the quintessential brisket recipe: Juicy with a wine-infused sauce and delectable onion flavor.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
4 hr 15 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
12/24/2006
I made this for Chanukah for my family and everyone loved it - my daughter in law asked for receipe and I just e mailed it to her. Very easy to do and freezes very well.
posted:
12/17/2006
Great recipe and easy to make. We are going to make this part of our Christmas dinner
posted:
9/23/2006
brisket came out moist and tender and we used pan drippings for gravy and I had about 2 cups of it And the next day it made great beef sandwich
posted:
5/26/2006
A favorite of my family,served with buttered noodles. I have eliminated the French onion soup and used the onion soup mix with water and it is just as good.
posted:
2/7/2006
Very easy and a great way to impress guests. I made this for Christmas and everyone loved it!
posted:
1/31/2006
don't usually do receipes, but this look easy. I added 3 cut up potatoes and 3 carrots, only two eating. I also made spoon bread with it. I thickened the sauce a wee bit, and it was delicious. will definately make again.
posted:
1/3/2006
Tried this recipe on my family and they loved it. Very tender and flavor was great.
posted:
12/29/2005
This was very good. I always look at others comments and suggestions before trying new recipes. I'm confused by Blanca314 on 10/12/2005. What apricots??
posted:
12/21/2005
taste great and easy to prepare
posted:
10/12/2005
My first time making a brisket, and it was a success! I did, however, add and remove some ingredients: left out the apricot (not a big fan of very sweet meat) and added some limon juice and Mexican hot sauce, just to taste. And baked it for 4½ to 5 hours. I like to experiment, so I took some of the sauce out of the onions and injected it directly into the meat.
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