Cooked all day in slow cooker. Absolutely delicious and just melted in the mouth
That was all of it, gone in a flash!
I ordered the largest size available by online shopping in order to provide an average family meal. When it arrived, I quietly gave it to my parents and suggested that they put it in their freezer for a later date. I've seen larger potatoes than this poor little joint of Brisket! No doubt it will make a few lovely beef and tomato sandwiches one day! Enjoy the laugh!
Purchased this last week cook as per instructions was very tasty wasn’t sure about buying because of some negative reviews but thought I would give it a go and glad I did thank you tesco
This was tender, full of flavour and made superb s
This was tender, full of flavour and made superb sandwiches sliced cold the next day. I'm re-ordering!!
Brisket cheap cuts? In my day
The quality of the brisket is excellent but the size!! Couldn’t believe it so tiny I’ve always thought of brisket as a cheap meat because you have to cook it for hours before it’s tender I’m OAP and cannot gauge the size without pounds and ounces It would have been cheaper for me to buy a beef joint which I will do next time
Only Slow cook this! But delicious if you do!
Only slow cook it! I leave it in about 8 hours and it falls apart.Cook with chopped onion and a stock cube, then thicken the gravy with beef granules> Can also coat the beef in mustard for extra flavour - delicious and easy!
I love this special taste, cooking with ginger , w
I love this special taste, cooking with ginger , wine and green onion over 4 hours, that would be great!
Cook it slow, it's brisket!
I browned it first with a heap of seasoning. Lobbed it in the slow cooker on low with onion, carrot, celery, parsnip, beef stock, red wine stock cube and a big pinch of mixed herbs. Cooked on low for 7 hours. Thickened the resultant sauce/gravy with a little bit of cornflour/water mix. Served with mash. Very, very nice.
Rubber - don't buy it.
After having slow-cooked this joint it fell apart in the tin, although it did carve well. However, there were about 2 nice mouthfuls in the whole piece - the rest was like rubber and needed to be disposed of after chewing. A total waste of money. Why are we paying good money for this rubbish?
easiest meat ever to cook
beef brisket has got to be the easiest cut of meat ever to cook in the world.drop it into a slow cooker for several hours and it will just fall to pieces,no sharp knife required.maybe some of the poor reviews should stick to buying takeaways as clearly they have no idea how to cook and probably even over boil water.