My niece Shwana loves this! She always writes my name "Ant" Kelly when we play Rummy or Scrabble - started when she was little and stuck.
I always make this when we go tubing in Wisconsin.
Prep time includes time to marinate.
This original recipe was printed in the insert cookbook that came with my crock pot many years ago. I adjusted it to suit our taste. This brisket is often requested for potlucks and during our football booster club days, it was prepared and sold at all home games. It can be served on buns with sliced onions and dill pickles or by itself. The cooking time reflects the marinade and cooling time.
I've shared this recipe with many friends and co-workers. The flavor is fantastic. You'd never know the main sauce ingredient is cranberry.
Being from New England, I love cranberries. Not everyone does. If your family thinks they don't like cranberries use the jellied the first time so there are no tell-tale berries. The brisket comes out so tender. Add some baby carrots along with the roast; they are so sweet. The gravy it makes is fabulous on mashed potatoes. It couldn't be easier. A guaranteed winner.
My daughter, Alicia, brought this recipe home from a camping trip. Their recipe was pretty simple and lacked the tastes that I prefer in my cooking, so we tweaked it to our own tastes. We eat it either wrapped in warm flour tortillas and dripping down our hands and arms, or I have wrapped it in corn tortillas dipped into the warm sauce and laid out in a casserole dish and covered with the rest of the sauce and sprinkled with shredded cheese for typical enchiladas.
Another delicious recipe from my friend Hazel. When she served this everyone around the table was going "mmmmm"! I have served this MANY times and always get asked for the recipe when I do. This isn't a fast recipe, but well worth the time it takes to make it!
This is IT! Family favorite... :) In my family we eat this at least once a week. Makes a nice Sunday dinner. I prepare the marinade on Saturday and let it sit until we're ready to BBQ on Sunday. I was absolutely honored when Bobby Flay did a show with this recipe slightly modified of course! Easy....Delicious and the most tender flavor you'll never expect Prep time does not include time to marinade. The longer .... the better If you like a melt in your mouth Tri-tip this is how I make it.
This is a really good recipe for when you are having a lot of people over. It is simple to put in crock pot or oven. Has really good flavor. I put in crock pot over night and just shred the beef in the morning and let it go on low until needed.
very tender, very juicy. makes lots of gravy great over mashed potatoes simple to make. melts in your mouth everyone who's tried this recipe agrees you won't find an easier or better tasting beef roast recipe anywhere.