Oven cooked brisket marinated overnight, and then cooked on low heat yielding a smokey tender flavor. This will be your go-to brisket recipe!
Oven Cooked Brisket
Hey guys! I’m going to be very behind in my recipe sharing because for four days we’ve been visiting family in Nevada.
In fact, I didn’t cook during our getaway at all! Instead I’ve been the recipient of good home cooked meals and boy did I enjoy some tasty grub!
We spent Father’s Day weekend at my in-laws house and every time we visit, my Father-in-law Bill makes the most magnificent meals including this mouthwatering Oven Cooked Barbecue Brisket!
The aroma was amazing while cooking and I knew this would be another tasty meal, so I asked if I could share it with all of you!
That means that I made everyone wait before serving up a plate of food so I could capture the meal in a couple of pictures. Brave, I know! The family got a peek of what Alan goes through as I swatted everyone away from picking pieces off the meat to taste!
Easy Family Brisket Recipe
Even though Bill cooks and preps the meals, my mother-in-law is the menu planner! On Karen’s kitchen counter she has a recipe box packed to the brim with years worth of recipes.
Some are cut from the newspaper, but most are handwritten on those good old fashioned recipe cards! Delicious food that has been tried and tested for many years!
This BBQ brisket recipe has been a favorite since 1981! Don’t you love hand written recipes? I adore the special note that explains where the recipe came from.
Liquid Smoke Is A Key Ingredient In An Oven Cooked Brisket
It is important that this brisket bakes on low heat in the oven after an overnight seasoning with liquid smoke.
The slow process breaks down the tough meat yielding very tender slices of beef.
How To Oven Cook Brisket
The key to cooking a tender brisket is to season the brisket a day in advance and cook the beef on low temperature for a minimum of 5 hours.
Go low and slow!
Whisk in a small bowl the dry rub ingredients; celery salt, garlic powder and onion salt. Season both sides of the brisket.
Place meat in a foil lined baking pan that is enough to fully enclose the meat. Those aluminum pans that can be purchased at a grocery store is perfect for brisket.
Once the brisket is seasoned pour liquid smoke and Worcester sauce over the meat and as it drips to the side lift meat up so the liquid to get under the meat.
Cover the pan with aluminum foil crimping the foil tightly over the meat. Return to the refrigerator and marinate overnight.
Before cooking the brisket bring the meat to room temperature (30 minutes) and bake at 275 degrees for 5 hours.
After 5 hours remove foil and pour about 1 cup of barbecue sauce over the meat. Bake for an additional 60 minutes with the foil open.
Cool and slice into thin pieces.
This brisket recipe can also be served as a sandwich with extra barbecue sauce!
Give this thick and delicious low carb bbq sauce a try!
Leftovers will also freeze well if you are cooking for just a couple of people. You also may want to save about a pound to make these fantastic brisket tacos!
Looking for a side dish? Service this with this Cabbage Salad Recipe with Bean Sprouts or Green Bean and Potato Salad.
Interested in knowing different techniques on cooking brisket? Check out this overview from Better Homes & Garden, How To Cook Brisket.
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Delicious Oven Cooked Barbecue Brisket
Learn how to oven cook brisket with your favorite barbecue sauce and a dash of liquid smoke giving this beef brisket a deep rich flavor profile. Serve as a main meal and slice up leftovers to make sandwiches.
- 5-6 pounds brisket
- 1 teaspoon celery salt
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon onion salt
- 2 ounces liquid smoke
- 1 ounce Worcestershire Sauce
- 1 cup prepared Barbecue sauce (your choice)
Nutrition Information:Yield: 8 servings Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 246Trans Fat: 0gCholesterol: 61mgFiber: 0g
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I’ve made this twice already. It is fantastic. The cooking times were perfect. Great recipe for feeding a crowd. Everyone loved it.
Thank you for taking the time to comment. I’m so glad this has been a hit at your house too!
Jacqueline Lau Gustafsson
Can this be done in a sous vide method? If so, how long and do you need to sear it still after the water bath? And is there a substitute for celery salt?
Hi Jacqueline. I’m afraid I don’t know the answer. I bet it can be cooked using a sous vide, but I have never tried it. Let me know what the results are if you experiment with it.
I am making the brisket today. I was hoping to have it done by lunch time, but I just put it in the oven. If I bake using the convection feature at 300, will th at mess up the brisket? I had a 12lb brisket and cut it in half, but still baking in the same pan.
It will cook fine in a convection oven. How did it turn out for you?
This brisket brings back memories of my mom. She always made her the same way except she would make a day ahead leaving wrapped in foil and refrigerate. Then a few hours before serving she should take out of the fridge set out for a while to bring temperature up, then add BBQ sauce and reheat in oven uncovered. Slicing while hot is messy sometimes because this is such a deliciously tender brisket. Slicing it cold works nicely and the meat holds together for perfect slices when warm. Thank you for posting. I’m making it now to serve on Christmas eve. Merry Christmas!
I made this a few months back. It was amazing! Im going to make it this week
Hi I accidentally put the barbecue sauce on with the liquid smoke is that gonna ruin the recipe
This is a great recipe and there appears to be a variation of one that is from “The Cotton Country Collection” of the Junior League of Monroe, La. first published in 1972. That version marinates the brisket overnight in in the Liquid Smoke, salts and the addition of chopped onions. I have no idea how long this recipe has been floating around the country or where the ladies from the Junior League found it. I never use any other one and I have been making it for 40 years! It would be interesting to hear if it has shown up in any other old regional cookbooks with other variations.
Definitely a keeper and I bet there are a lot of variations to try! I love how easy it is to make and everyone loves it! Thanks for commenting!
Hi, I just realised that I bought a pickled brisket roll, which needs to be cooked first in plain water, so how would I be able to adapt this to your recipe? Your recipe sounds delicious and I would love to do it.
Gurtruid, I’m so sorry I’m just seeing your comment. How did the brisket roll come out? I’ve never cooked one, so I would love to know what you did.
Hello, if I have a castiron enamel braiser, should I use the lid instead of the foil? Thanks for your input!
You sure can! Just make sure the seal is closed tight!
5 lb brisket made exactly to recipe took out after 5 hours at 275 to put bbq on and brisket was very hard not tender at all what do you suggest? I put on sauce and turned down to 250 with foil open…
Hi Tom, I can only guess that the brisket needed to be cooked longer. I know there are different cuts of brisket, but I’m not aware of which cut is most tender. Hope it was still delicious!
I have a 14.6 lb brisket, thinking I would have to cook it for 20 hours, I put it in last night and it was done in 12 hours, internal temperature 203°, I put barbecue sauce on and it is now in the oven for another with thermometer in it. We are having family over at 5 for supper, I am hoping it will not be overdone. Do I put it in the refrigerator covered after it cools and then back in the oven to warm it up? This is my first brisket.
Diana, I’m just seeing your comment. How did it come out? That was one large brisket. I doubt that you overcooked it. I would love to hear how it came out.
Hi, it came out perfect!! It was very tender and so flavorful. I did put it in the refrigerator, then just sliced it and warmed it in the microwave. The family loved it. I will definitely make this again. I used hickory liquid smoke and hickory barbecue sauce.
Thank you very much.
Hi. I do not see any salt and pepper being used? Not sure if I should add this or not. Can you let me kow please?
Hello Carol! I didn’t add any. You can taste it after it’s cooked and adjust to your preference.
Thank you so much for your prompt response. My brisket is marinating and I will oven cook (roast) it tomorrow!! I am very excited to do this as it is one of my son in law’s favorite meals. This recipe made it so easy 🙂
Excellent! Enjoy ?
I will say I have shoes away from a brisket done in my smoker (aka, Ugly Drum Smoker) . I did do one, but while it had a good smoke ring, and it was a good tasting brisket, it also became dry due, I think, to the flat, and the round parts being at different temps when I finished it, some 10 hrs later. So I think using the liquid smoke, is a good idea, but I’m going to try a 2 step process and put it in my gas grill with wood chips in a foil pan setting on a burner to smoke it for about 45 minutes and then finish it in the method of the recipe. I should see a smoke ring and at the same time, have a moist and flavorful brisket. I like smoked meat, but a brisket can become dry. This recipe of yours, seems to me will be completely moist, and smoky …. or another words, PERFECT!
That was the best first brisket i have ever made!!! Awesome! Yum! Family loved it. Thank you.
Yay! So glad it was a hit!
I wasn’t able to find a beef brisket at my grocery store. I bought a corn beef brisket instead, not going to use seasoning packet included. Can I use your recipe with corn beef brisket.
Hi Sandra! I am born and raised in Texas and I LOVE me some brisket!!! I have never made it for myself but after seeing your recipe I plan on making it myself! It looks so delicious and hopefully I won’t mess it up!
So I’m currently baking this. But I missed the part that the meat was supposed to be marinated over night. Will this still be delicious? I’m bummed out that it might not turn out as expected ?
I’ve never made a brisket before. Looks so good! I bought 2 beef chuck roasts that totals 8 lbs. 275 degrees for how many hours in my case? So nervous I will screw it up somehow.
When making this after meat marinates over night, do you drain off any remaining marinate before putting in baking dish and covering with the BBQ ?
Hi Sandra, cooking a flat trimmed brisket using your recipe for Christmas. It’s a little over 5lbs but not real thick or wide so I hope it,ll look as tasty as your’s . Do you cook the brisket in the marinade or discard before cooking? Also, do I cook at 1 1/2 per lb even though it’s not thick? Thanks so much!!!
Hi Cynthia! I cooked the meat in the marinade and I would base the cooking time on the weight, not the thickness. Check it to make sure it is nice and tender a couple of times. Enjoy!!!
Making this tonight. Just for our small family of 4 so I got a 1 lb brisket. Would you say to cook it for about an hour?
Hi Becky! Sorry to just see this. Under two hours for sure! Hope it was delicious!
Can this be made in a Dutch oven? Will you still need the foil?
Hi Melinda! You can use a Dutch oven. You just need a tight lid, so if your has a good seal then you don’t need to use the foil.
I have made plenty of briskets in my time! You have to make sure you slice it against the grain and make sure it is cooked long enough!
Great tips! Thank you for sharing 🙂
Is it ok to have this marinade and the meat wrapped in foil that long? Some sort of chemical reaction that kind of dissolves the foil. Seems Iv’e heard of some problem with this related to health or mental health,,,
Hi Kathy! I’ve never heard of that issue and it hasn’t created a problem for me.
Do you recommend cooking with fat side up or down?
It’s personal preference, but with the fat up it will add more moisture to the meat.
I followed the recipe exactly but my brisket was tough and a bit dry. Do you think I bought a bad piece of meat? What could have gone wrong?
I’m so sorry to hear this! There are a variety of possibilities, but perhaps it wasn’t cooked long enough. Brisket is a very tough meat.
I’ve been cooking Brisket forever and if it’s tough it wasn’t cooked long enough, I’ve had this happen before where I thought it was done, because it looked done but alas it was not. If this happens I’ve sliced it and placed back in the gravy and back into the oven at 300 for another hour- give or take. Test a piece every now and then. Hopefully this helps. And yes it’s possible you got a bad piece of Brisket, anything is possible.
I’m making this for our Thanksgiving after Thanksgiving party this weekend. Can’t wait. Love trying new Brisket recipes.
Thanks for the tips, Karen! Slicing it up is a great idea! Enjoy your feast!
About to go to the store and buy the brisket now and marinate overnight to have for dinner tomorrow! Hopen it turns out as great as it looks and how good the reviews says it is. Will make on New years if so!
Hope you love this recipe, Jacki! Thanks for stopping by 🙂
I have 3 – 2lb briskets that I would like to cook at the same time (in the same pan). Would I cook them for 6 hours with an additional hour for the barbeque?
Because the meat are in smaller pieces they may cook quicker even if you put them all in the same pan. I don’t know for sure since I haven’t cooked it this way.
Holy smokes this is delicious! I tweaked the dry rub just a bit (added dry mustard and brown sugar), but this was so tender and flavorful. Made it for the third time tonight – THANK YOU!
Any readers out there who are allergic to seafood (like me), please stay away from the Worcestershire sauce due to the anchovies. I’ve found A-1 Steak Sauce is a safe alternative.
Hi Lee! The Flat cut is a little more expensive with less fat, but there is no problem with it cooking up slow and delicious!
Making this for Labor Day picnic. The only thing I will add is to squeeze lemon juice over the meat after cooking and before slicing. I’ve done that with other briskest and it makes the flavor pop.
Ohh, I love that idea. I’ll have to try that too. Thanks!
Do you cook completely wrapped in the foil that you did for marinade? Or take out place in pan and cover pan with foil??
I cooked it in the same pan that I marinaded the meat in.
It’s hard to find liquid smoke in Australia is there some kind of substitute?
Hi Nik! Oh, man! That’s a tough one. I don’t really know what to use as a substitution. I did find this article on liquid smoke substitute I hope this is helpful. Let me know if you try any of these options. I’m interested to know how it turns out.
Ok, so I came across your recipe on Pinterest last week after getting a great deal on briskets at a local store here in Marion, Iowa. I’ve made this twice so far even though our weather has been hot and humid whoever invented Summer Kitchens should be canonized a Saint. I have done both of them out there. The first one I followed to a T. The one I did last nite I tweaked by adding a teaspoon of Cumin and a half cup of brown sugar then rubbed it all in then followed the instructions you give. We have a local BBQ Sauce here in Iowa called Cookies and that to me took it to over the top FANTASTIC. I sliced it super thin with an electric knife and served it as sandwiches on Kings Hawaiian buns and the usual sides and got raves from everyone. This morning I put some leftover Spanish rice in a to go bowl topped it with some of the leftover brisket added diced onions, sour cream and gave it a splash of the BBQ Sauce put the lid on it and put it in my partners attache for his lunch. Thanks for such a great recipe. Before this I’d of thought you could only smoke it to get so much flavor.
You’re making me hungry, Rob!! Love how you made this your own with the cumin. I’m going to try your version too! So easy and so good! Glad this is a keeper 🙂
This recipe bring new sensations and tastes into our home. It was just… wow!
and to dip piece of bread in the leftover sauce… to die for.
Thank you for taking the time to let me know that this recipe is a keeper! So glad to hear you enjoyed this brisket!
I tried this recipe today and followed it 100% and it was so tough I ended throwing the left overs away. Had 4.45 lbs and cooked for 6 hours total. I’m so bummed. The flavor was amazing but we just couldn’t chew it ? So we are wondering if there are certain cuts of brisket that are better then others. This is the first brisket I ever made and I’m not ready to give up on it yet because I enjoyed the flavor so much just not the toughness.
Oh no! Brisket is the breast/chest portion of a cow, so there isn’t a lot of fat on that cut of meat, which is why you slow cook this for so many hours. I don’t really know the answer. You can add a meat tenderizer prior to cooking that might help. Thanks for commenting, Kimberly!
If I have a 16.5 pond brisket how long would I need to coon it for this recipe?
Hi Katie! With such a large cut of beef I would rely on an internal food thermometer or have your butcher cut it in smaller pieces. Follow this guideline to meet your preference perfectly!
I have a 9lb brisket. I doubled the recipe but if I cook it for 1 1/2 hours per pound it’ll take 13 1/2 hours. Is that right?
Yes, you will definitely need to cook it that long is you keep it at 275 degrees. You can increase the heat to cook quicker or have your butcher cut the meat for smaller portions. Hope it comes out wonderful!!
My smoker died on me and I tried this recipe. I honestly cant think of a better way to eat brisket than the way this is prepared. It melted in my mouth. NO NEED for a knife!!!! I could eat this one with a spoon!! Outstanding results!!
Thanks for the great review, Peter! I’m glad you enjoyed this recipe as much as my family has! Great discovery even when our favorite cooker breaks! 🙂
I want to make as much brisket as I can for a large lunch party where these will be made into bbq brisket and coleslaw sandwiches. Can I marinate and cook the brisket in a large aluminum roasting pan that comes with it’s own foil lid? They sell them at Smart and Final.
Hi Cheryl! You should not have any problem using an aluminum roasting pan. I would just make sure the bottom is sturdy or place it on a cookie/baking sheet for reinforcement.
Thank you for your reply and for this delicious recipe. You have no idea how much this saved my day and my sanity! Should I use regular alumimum foil to cover it or the lids the pans come with? They can be secured at the edge of the pan.
No problem! Just make sure the covering is air tight and secure as possible! It will be delicious! 🙂
Hey Sandra. Nice recipe. Personally I don’t cook brisket in the oven – only ever in a smoker. However, Now I can recommend this recipe to friends that want that smokey flavour but dont have to equipment to do it. Nice one! 🙂
Excellent! Thank you for recommending another method! Sure appreciate that!
I too have a 2.6 lb brisket. Should I change the ingredient quantities or should I keep the same amounts?
I would cut down the liquid smoke since it’s concentrated.
The brisket we bought has a large fat rind on the bottom. Should we remove it or leave it on?
I’m sorry that I didn’t see this until now, Cindi! I would trim a little, but I wouldn’t worry about it too much. Fat adds flavor! I hope it turned out delicious!
The brisket we bought has a large fat rind on the bottom. Should I remove it or leave it on?
Do you use Hickory or Mesquite Liquid Smoke ?
Hi Roberta! I use hickory because that’s in my pantry, but if you like the mesquite flavor I’m sure that will be delicious too!
Have made this twice; once for New Years Eve family gathering and another for Sunday dinner. Great recipe. Followed exactly as written.
Thank you for commenting, Barbara! I’m glad that this brisket recipe has been a hit with your family! 🙂
I have a 2.60lb brisket how long should I cook it? 3 hours plus the hour for the BBC sauce?
Yes, that’s what I would do! Let me know how it turns out! The internal temperature should be 165-175 degrees.
If I’m using only 2.60 pounds of brisket, do I reduce the ingredients or use same quantity?
165-175 after the first round of baking or at the end, I seem to be past that that at the first baking of a 5 lb
Don’t let it get too much over 190. It’ll continue to cook even after you take it out of the oven.
Do you cook it still wrapped in foil? Thanks!
Hi Katie! Yes, cook the brisket with the foil on over your pan. Enjoy!
Do you wrap the piece of meat in foil or just put foil over the pan that the unwrapped meat is in???
Hi Candice! I wrap put foil over the pan covering the unwrapped meat. Hope you enjoy!
Can I make this in the crock pot, too?
I haven’t tried it, but I’m sure it’ll come out great! Let me know if you try it.
So I made this for Christmas. I had a 4 lb brisket, marinated it for about 10 hrs, covered my baking dish with 4 layers of aluminum foil and put it in the oven before I went to bed. I set my alarm for 5 hrs so I could put the BBQ sauce on for the last hr but shouldn’t you know I slept thru my alarm and didn’t wake up until 8am! Needless to say, I panicked, yanked it out of the oven completely expecting to find it dried up like beef jerky, but lo and behold it wasn’t! I put the BBQ sauce on and put ‘er back in the oven for 30 min and it turned out delicious and finger lick’n good!! I think my saving grace was that I had it wrapped tighter than Scrooges pockets. Definitely a recipe that will go in my “keeper” file.
Phew! So glad to hear this was finger licking good! Thanks for sharing your experience with this recipe, Kim!
Kim, you are hilarious! Thank you so much for the little sayings and sharing, it was fun to read.
Do you think you could cook it in a crockpot?
Hi Kim! I haven’t tried this recipe in a crockpot, but I bet it will come out delicious. I would use only up to 3 pounds of meat and you will need to cook it on low for 6-8 hours.
I made this for Christmas dinner and it is really good. It’s my first time cooking brisket and I was afraid I was going to mess it up and have really dry meat but it worked just fine even though I increased the time a bit because I had a larger cut of beef. I will be making again.
Thank you for taking the time to let me know the brisket was a success! Merry Christmas ?
I’m hoping this turns out yummy…but we’ve been cooking for 6 hours and have increased the temp (a lot) and it’s still as pink as can be. Followed the directions to a T and it’s only a 3lb piece. Christmas dinner was supposed to be ready… Bummer! Has anyone else tried this successfully? It’s just not working for us. We may have to pull A Christmas Story dinner and head to Chinese 🙁
Oh no! I can’t imaging what could be the issue. I can only think that your oven’s temperature gauge is off. Sorry for the stress. Others have had great results with this recipe (including me!).
I am currently having the SAME exact issue… it must be something about a smaller piece?! I’ve had it in a whole extra hour and its still not done.
Does this have to be marinated overnight? I just saw that and don’t have that much time. 🙁 what would be the minimum time to marinate? What is the purpose of marinating? To help tenderize the meat? Or to flavor it?
Hi Kim! The marinade does help enhance the flavor when left on overnight and that is the only way I’ve made this brisket. I’m sure it will taste delicious even if it’s not marinated for many hours. You may want to serve it with a bit of extra sauce on the side.
Thank you! What would the sauce be, extra BBQ sauce? Or BBQ sauce mixed with liquid smoke and Worcestershire?
Thank you! What kind of sauce do you mean? Extra BBQ sauce? Or BBQ sauce mixed with liquid smoke and Worcestershire?
Use your favorite BBQ sauce. Make it easy on yourself 🙂
Can I use the same ingredients for a roast?
I haven’t tried it, Corina, but I bet it will come out tasty!
So happy to hear this! Thanks for letting me know this was a hit with your family, Janice 🙂
Your pics make me salivate!! I always use a store-bought marinade that my family and friends love, but seeing this picture I’m going to try yours for Labor Day! I always slow cook my brisket overnight in the oven and it turns out perfect, so I’ll do the same with the one I buy (I always buy large ones)for the holiday. Can’t wait to make sandwiches!
Brisket sandwiches are the best! I always hope I have extra 😉 Hope your family enjoys this recipe as much as we have!
Sandra, if I am making 20 lbs of brisket, do I need to increase the time?
I haven’t tested this, but yes, you will need to cook the brisket longer – generally, cook until an internal temperature of 185°F (85°C), this should be about 1 1/2 hours per pound. (source)
I think the simplest ingredients are always the best! So easy to make!
Yum! I love that you’re using Worcestershire sauce in your recipe! Not enough people do and it adds such a delicious depth of flavor to beef. Can’t wait to try this!
I couldn’t agree more! Love the flavor Worcestershire adds to this dish!
Earlier you say that its marinated overnight…But I don’t see that in the instructions…Please help lol
Whoops! Sorry I wasn’t clear on the instructions. I updated step 2 in the instructions. Hope that helps clarify 🙂
What a gorgeous brisket! It looks so savory and delicious. I love that you used barbecue sauce!
The BBQ sauce adds a extra burst of flavor! So yummy 🙂
Oh man do I love brisket and it has been far too long since the last time I made it! Looking forward to putting this on the menu!
This really goes a long way, so plan on eating it for several meals!
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My gosh this looks incredible!! I’d love to make a brisket, but I haven’t been able to find it in any of my local grocery stores. I’m going to look for one the next time I’m at the Westside Market in Cleveland! I’ll be using your recipe too!
Sam’s Club has them. I purchased two yesterday for the smoker on the 4th of July party we are throwing. They were both 6 1/2 pounders but will take 16 hrs appox with 4 hrs to rest in the ice chest covered with tin foil and bath towels. Just not ready to try brisket in the oven for only 6 hours cooking time.
I’m going to have to see if Costco also carries brisket. Such a better deal when you can purchase the meat at warehouse prices!
My store doesn’t always carry it either, but I bet if you ask the butcher for it, they’ll get it for you!
If you have a Gordon’s Food Service in your area, they carry them (and will order whatever size you want if they don’t have it), and they are actually less expensive than Sam’s Club.
Lip smacking delicious recipe! I am so glad you have been able to take a little break as you so deserve it. I love the short ingredient list. I will have to wait a bit to make it as my oven is on the blink. The Miele representatives had her in surgery today and cannot figure out why she can only make heat on one side. In his broken English he told me just ONLY cook in the center of stove. LOL that’s the way they fix things here in HK. Sharing and pinning, of course!
Oh boy! Sounds like you’ll be getting creative with your cooking methods – haha! Hope they can fix our oven soon 🙂
I pinned this and it’s totally happening over here. That looks INCREDIBLE.
Thank you, Liz! I appreciate the pin!!
I have always wanted to bake a brisket! This looks amazing!
This brisket looks great and I love your recipe.
Thanks, Janet! This recipe is going to be made again and again since it was liked by all!
That looks so delicious! I love that you can bake it right in your oven.
No fuss, easy-peasy! The best kind of dish 🙂
Not gonna lie, didn’t like the fact that i had to use liquid smoke @ first, but i quickly change my mind when i tried it.
My wife was impressed. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
I know what you mean with the liquid smoke! It enhances the meat without smoking the traditional way! Handy when you’re cooking indoors! Thank you for stopping by, Ed!
Hi Sandra! This looks amazing I have a question tho( It might be obvious) did you recover the meat in the foil and cook it covered in the oven? Or uncovered and just have it in a foil lined pan? Thanks so much!
Hi Amalia, yes, cover the meat with foil and cook for five hours, then add sauce and put back in the oven for 1 hour without the foil. Enjoy!
I am using a 2lb brisket. Should I cut the cooking time in half?
Could this be made in the crock-pot? Thanks for your response.
I haven’t tried it Nancy, but since it’s slow cooked in the oven I think it will come out great in a crock pot.
I’ve done a brisket in a crockpot. Give it about 1.5 hrs per lb. Came out sooooo tender it. You have to be careful when you take it out of the crockpot – it will fall apart real easily. Okay if you like shredded brisket for sandwiches.
What’s a good technique for getting the brisket out of the crockpot so it doesn’t fall apart ?Would a 5 lb brisket fit in a crockpot ?
It really depends on the size of your crockpot. I think a 6qt will work well.
Have you made this in the crockpot ? If so how’d it turn out and how long did it cook and on low or high ?
Hi Haley! I have not tried to make this in a slow cooker, but I’m sure it will come out tender. I would put it on high temperature. If you try it let me know how it came out!
I’m glad you like this, Deborah! Thanks for letting me know 🙂
I’m going to make this for thanksgiving only my brisket is 18.5 lbs…. should I just quadruple the recipe? I’m also making it in an electric roaster instead of the oven. Any suggestions so this isn’t a giant fail?
Oh goodness! Yes, for the ingredients. I think you might want to cut the beef in smaller pieces so it cooks quicker. Slow cooking is the way to go, but you will have to cook the meat much longer. Happy Thanksgiving!