Total Jewish comfort food (but don't feel like you have to be Jewish to make this).
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours 30 minutes
Cooking Tip #1
You’ll see that the brisket recipe calls for three liquids: broth, tomatoes, and wine. If you use only one or two of these, and just make the quantity equal to about 6 cups of liquid, the results will be fine. The tomato paste adds richness to the cooking liquid and is great, but if you don’t have any, add some squirts of ketchup or skip it altogether. The reason brisket tastes so good is mostly because of its long slow cooking in liquid, and it’s fairly magnanimous about what kind of liquid it is braised in.