Cooking brisket roast but not sure where to start with that big chunk of meat? Briskets can be awesome when cooked low and slow to tenderness in a slow cooker or smoked on a grill. The large sheet of fat you see on the brisket above will break down in the oven and melt into the meat, making it moist and pull-apart tender. With a flavorful rub or sauce, brisket is our go-to roast. Here we’ve rounded up some of the tastiest recipes for cooking brisket roast on the web. Give one of these a try for your next meal!
Check out that beautiful pull-apart meat! It doesn’t get better than this brisket recipe from Country Cleaver. Flavored with molasses and garlic and coated in a delicious and slightly spicy Horseradish Jalapeno Sauce.
Allergen Info: gluten free, soy free (use soy free mustard), nut free, egg free, primal, can be refined sugar free (use sugar free mustard). Recipe includes dairy (sour cream), and mustard (use allergy-free mustard for a diet friendly option).
Cooking Time: about 6 hours 20 minutes.
This gorgeous Braised Beef Brisket from Chew Out Loud is cooked with celery, carrots, and a flavorful tomato garlic sauce to make for a full meal in one pot. Just put a salad on the side and dinner’s ready! This can also be made one day ahead of time…even easier.
Allergen Info: can be gluten free (use your favorite GF flour mix or cornstarch), dairy free, egg free, nut free, refined sugar free, soy free.
Cooking Time: About 3 hours 15 minutes in the oven.
This is not specifically a recipe for cooking brisket roast; it works with either a chuck roast, brisket, or rump roast…take your pick! The large amount of garlic in this recipe (2 whole bulbs) becomes mellow with marinating and cooking. You have to plan ahead on this one; the roast marinates for 3 days in the refrigerator. You can replace the brandy with beer or leave it out altogether in a pinch. It give the roast a different flavor, but it’s still delicious.
Allergen Info: gluten free, grain free, paleo option, dairy free, egg free, soy free, nut free, refined sugar free.
Cooking Time: 4 hours, 40 minutes (not counting marinate time 3 days), cooked in the oven.
This is a rich, hearty, and don’t you agree beautiful Mushroom Beef Stew from Girl and the Kitchen. Though Mila uses chuck roast in her recipe, there’s no reason you can’t use a brisket (or a rump for that matter). For those of you still enduring the winter cold, this is the perfect recipe. And even in the summer there’s nothing like a hearty stew after a long day of work!
Allergen Info: gluten free, paleo, dairy free, refined sugar free, soy free, nut free, egg free. Note: be sure to use pure cognac without added ingredients or it may not be gluten-free!
Cooking Time: About 3-4 hours cooking and prep time. Can be cooked in the oven or in a crock pot.
This simple barbecued brisket recipe from The Foodie Affair is cooked low and slow in the oven in a sweet and smoky barbecue sauce for the ultimate flavor. If you are gluten intolerant you can skip the Worcestershire sauce.
Allergen Info: can be gluten-free, dairy free, nut free, can be soy free (check ingredients list on sauces), egg free.
Cooking Brisket: marinated overnight, baked in oven around 6 hours.
Here it is: the ultimate smoked beef brisket. Debbie from The Mountain Kitchen makes it look easy. And absolutely delicious. Next time you feel like doing some serious grilling, give this recipe a try.
Cooking Time: about 4 hours, smoked on grill.
What do you do if you have some of your amazing cooked brisket from one of the recipes above left over? After all, briskets can be pretty big, especially if you buy one of our extra-large 4-5 lb brisket roasts. We wouldn’t expect you to eat one of those in one meal! You can always reheat your brisket with some veggies the next day, OR you can make some delicious grilled cheese sandwiches for lunch! This simple five ingredient recipe from Spicy Southern Kitchen makes a mean grilled cheese brisket sandwich.
Allergy Info: nut free, soy free, refined sugar free, can be gluten free (just use some of your favorite gluten free bread).
Cooking Time: pan-fried in about 15 minutes.