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Brisket of Beef
| This is not
an expensive cut of meat, but served with style it becomes an elegant
dish. Use your imagination; you are the one that creates "the
Flavor is most important! It is best if roasted slowly and tented
with foil. This method guarantees tenderness. It will nearly melt in
your mouth. Removing the fat after roasting is best, insuring moisture
and flavor. This is one cut of beef that needs to be served well done.
The broth may be thickened wit flour or cornstarch, adding extra herbs
to complement the dish.
Place bacon in bottom of raster pan or spread pan with vegetable
oil. After seasoning the brisket, stuff or roll with fruit, jam, or your
favorite bread or potato stuffing. Tie with string. Tent with foil. Bake
in preheated oven at 325° F. until meat thermometer registers
"well-done", approximately three hours.
to 2½ pound beef brisket
2 slices of bacon or 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
dash of favorite herbs if desired
1 to 2 cups water--this keeps the meat moist. It should be about 1/2
inch deep in roaster pan.
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