Brisket Recipes With Brisket In Ale

By | May 7, 2009

Barbeque Brisket Recipe With Brisket Ribs

Brisket Recipe Ingredients

Onion – two medium
Beef, brisket – three and a half pounds
Water – two tablespoon
Bay leaf – one
Cornstarch – two tablespoons
Beer – twelve ounces
Garlic – one clove (minced)
Chili sauce – one fourth of a cup
Black pepper powder – one fourth of a teaspoon (powder them fresh, at the time of preparation)
Sugar substitute – two tablespoon
Thyme, dried – half teaspoon (use a teaspoon of fresh thyme, if available)
Salt – one fourth of a teaspoon

Method Of Preparation

  1. Prepare the marinade, in a bowl, which includes chili sauce, thyme, beer, garlic, sugar substitute, pepper and salt.
  2. Cut the brisket, so as to make it fit into a cooker. Add in the onions and bay leaf. Pour in the marinade and cook on low heat until tender.
  3. Remove the bay leaf and lace the brisket, along with the onions on a serving plate.
  4. Cover the meat with an aluminium foil, so as to keep it warm.
  5. Add two and a half cups of the gravy to a small saucepan and remove the excess fat from it.
  6. Add two tablespoons of water to the corn starch and mix it to obtain a thin paste. Add this liquid to the gravy and stir it over low heat until it thickens.
  7. Remove the foil from the serving plate and serve this hot sauce with the warm meat.
  8. To enhance the flavor of this recipe you can cook it in a slow cooker for 12 hours.

Health Tips

  • The preparation time is only 25 minutes. The cooking time can be quite high – 12 hours if you are using a slow cooker. However if you are cooking it in a saucepan over medium or low heat, the cooking time will not exceed 1 1/2 hours.
  • It is a meal, which contains cornstarch. Corn consists of gluten, which is not suited for certain individuals with gluten intolerance or hypersensitivity. If you or a member of your family is sensitive to gluten, use a gluten-free thickening agent.
  • Each serving provides 170 calories, though you can cut down on this amount by trimming off the fat from the meat.
  • Brisket in ale contributes to 20 grams of protein and a gram of dietary fiber. The red meat is credited with the high protein values.
  • The recipe provides 216 mg of sodium per serving.