Slow-Cooker Brisket

"This is a delicious method of preparing a mouth-watering brisket in the crock pot or slow cooker. This recipe uses Claude's Brisket Marinade Sauce which is widely available in Texas. Since I don't live in texas we order it from Trust me, it is worth ordering it! The Sazon can be found in most Mexican isles at the grocery store. We like to shred the brisket and serve in tortillas with sour cream and chili sauce (recipe number 20629). Enjoy!"
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Ready In:
6hrs 15mins




  • Quarter the onion and layer half the onion in the bottom of a crock pot or slow cooker.
  • Place brisket on top of onion, fat side up, and top with remaining onion.
  • Mix remaining ingredients and pour over brisket.
  • Cook on low for six hours.
  • If you wish you can add a few potatoes during the last few hours.

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  1. Outstanding! I have made this Brisket twice for special occasions. I had a relative send me Claude's Marinde from Texas. I have passed this recipe on to others because it was such a big hit.
  2. Great recipe! Claude's is the best marinade for brisket. I have tried to re-create my own version of it, but I just can't get it quite as good. Thanks for sharing this! :)


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