Brisket – Cooked in a Dutch Oven
Brisket cooked in a Dutch oven is a old time, traditional recipe. After years of using the same brisket recipe, I decided to branch out. I searched several different recipe sites until I found this fabulous recipe. I made it somewhat as stated, but we all know when we cook we have our little few additions after reading reviews. I have to tell you; that it beat my recipe that was always said to be fabulous. It was tender, and the gravy was spot-on delicious. You can substitute wine and beef broth for the water. I also have found that occasionally I needed to add water while it was cooking due to the meat soaking it up. The meat is so tender you can cut it with a fork, and it melts in your mouth. Regardless of how you make it, still results in a superb taste and I definitely will be making it for many years to come. Imagine delicious, tender slices of brisket, piled high on your plate. You could make this your reality in just a few hours with this simple recipe for the Dutch oven. I have a slew of picky eaters in my family, and it is like pulling teeth to get them to try new foods, however, when this recipe was on their plate they wanted seconds, then thirds, and I had no leftovers! A huge win for clean up! Brisket cooked to absolute perfection with the perfect blend of seasonings and best of all you can always make it to your liking by adding or subtracting seasonings or playing with a recipe. The best thing about any recipe are that it is just like a craft, it doesn’t have any set of rules, and you can always change it. Cooking is a craft that is meant to be adjusted changed and made to everyone’s different taste. If you make this recipe, be sure to let us know in the comments how it turns out for you!
Sprinkle a brisket with Kosher salt all over. Let sit one hour. Rinse. Brown on stovetop – Remove. Cook one large onion in 2 tablespoons of oil until transparent. All 1-½ cups of water and meat. Add garlic, salt, pepper, and paprika. Simmer 2 hours, Take out slice – put back in simmer 1 one more hour.