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"This was wonderful. I used a much bigger brisket (11lbs) I just x4 the marinade. I also marinated it one of those bags you cook a turkey in. I added all ingrediance and squeezed all of the air from the bag. In the morning I removed a little over 1/2 the marinade secured thed turkey bag, popped a couple of holes in the bag and baked it for 7hrs. The meat fell apart and it was fantastic! "- chi_wawa_mama
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Place brisket in 13x9 (3-quart) glass baking dish or large resealable plastic bag. In medium bowl, combine all remaining ingredients; mix well. Pour over brisket, turning to coat; cover dish or seal bag. Refrigerate 8 hours or overnight.
Heat oven 325F.
Drain brisket, reserving marinade. Place brisket and half of marinade (about 1-3/4 cups) in 13x9 baking dish; cover. Discard remaining marinade. Bake at 325 for 4 hours or until tender. 8 servings. Typically we marinate it overnight and cook for 4 hours (no longer).
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Holly88 8 months agoTried this for 4th of July. My husband and I had multiple servings. There was very little leftovers.
Debusvi 3 years agohad for dinner today and everybody loved it. Never seen so many clean plates. It was wonderful
Freshenuf 3 years agoTerrific brisket!! I put all the ingredients in a slow cooker and let it cook for 5 hours. I thickened the sauce with a little cornstarch. This saved a great deal of time and my family loved it!
chi_wawa_mama 3 years agoThis was wonderful. I used a much bigger brisket (11lbs) I just x4 the marinade. I also marinated it one of those bags you cook a turkey in. I added all ingrediance and squeezed all of the air from the bag. In the morning I removed a little over 1/2 the marinade secured thed turkey bag, popped a couple of holes in the bag and baked it for 7hrs. The meat fell apart and it was fantastic!
Fergou 4 years agoAs good as a rost
Stillwaters 5 years agoDon't chage a thing.... we really like it NW
seedoo69 6 years agoThis was my first juicy brisket I ever made. Thanks!
LordDrow 7 years agoWhole family loved it
promfh 7 years agoThis worked well in the crock-pot. The onions caramelized so i served them as well. Made a pot of BBQ sauce and some lime-marinated cabbage salad to go with it.
guest 9 years agoI put two cloves of minced garlic in the recipe. Place on fire before you leave camp and at noon when you return, youe meal is great!
chely 9 years agoIs I wonderful recepie
kitties900 9 years agoThis was quite tasty but I wouldn't use as much marinade next time when cooking it. The combination of the marinade and juices from the meat makes for too much broth.