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This recipe for Beverly's Brisket, by Jennifer Cook, is from Belles of the Bowl,
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Brisket Rub: 1 tsp. garlic salt 1 1/2 tsp salt 2 tsp. pepper 2 tsp. celery salt 2 TBSP Worcestershire sauce 2 TBSP Liquid Smoke Sauce: 8 oz. bottle Russian dressing 1 cup BBQ sauce of choice 1 cup brown sugar
Prepare brisket by placing on aluminum foil that has been placed inside a baking dish. You will seal the brisket inside the foil, so be sure to tear off enough. Mix the Worcestershire and Liquid Smoke together and pour over the brisket. Mix all seasonings and sprinkle heavily over the brisket. Wrap in foil and bake at 270 degrees for one hour per pound of meat. After baking, let cool and refrigerate. Scrape off fat and slice. Mix BBQ sauce, dressing and brown sugar then pour over brisket and bake until warm.
Freezes well. I will make this when I have to take a meal to someone because it is so much meat and really very easy and FAIL-PROOF...which is very important!!!
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