4 Reviews

This was a super easy lifesaver recipe for a house full of last minute company. I used a second can of cranberry sauce because the piece of meat I had was enormous and mixed in a bottle of dark beer instead of the ginger ale (which I forgot to buy). I didn't bother to sear the meat but cooked it at 350 for 4 hours covered in a disposable roasting pan. Beautiful presentation and every one loved it! Thanks - we'll make this one again!

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studio city girl December 28, 2008

This was very tasty! I cooked this in my Nesco Roaster and it came out delicious! Thanks for a great recipe!

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*sweetomato* May 01, 2006

We love this. I have made it several times and appologise for not reviewing sooner. I make this on the stove top as I usually have something in the oven. I have made this with mashed potatoes, egg noodles, cous cous, and for sandwiches. I am planning to make this for Hanukka and serve it on bruschetta as part of my holiday cocktail buffet. Thanks for a great recipe. This is a Shabbat favorite especially durring the winter.

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Ilysse November 16, 2005

This brisket was absolutely delicious. It was one of the best meals i have ever eaten. I made mashed potatoes with it and used the sauce in the pan for gravy. It is also very easy to make. I followed the directions exactly how they were posted and the prep time was about 10 minutes. I just stuck it in the oven for 2.5 hours while i cleaned the house and when i was done i had the perfect meal. Truly it is the easiest and most delightful recipe i have ever made.

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bewitched July 16, 2004
Elaine's Brisket