BEEF BRISKET JOINT £6.00KG @ MORRISONS
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BEEF BRISKET JOINT £6.00KG @ MORRISONS

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Found 8th Nov
Was £8KG. Had this before when on offer, great quality. Online, so assume is instore too....

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My favourite cut so tasty heat added

Looking forward to how people prep and cook theirs. Tried a couple of interesting one's like with coca cola etc.

I'd love to see a bit of Morrison's brisket looking like the one in the pic.

blackillusion1 h, 3 m ago

Looking forward to how people prep and cook theirs. Tried a couple of …Looking forward to how people prep and cook theirs. Tried a couple of interesting one's like with coca cola etc.


Sure you aren't thinking of gammon with coca cola?

With brisket I seal it in a hot skillet (helps keep the juices in and keep it moist) then put it in a roasting dish, cover it with foil and slow roast in the oven

Put mustard on ours cover with wet greaseproof paper (scrunched up)and leave for 4 hours in oven yum

I'm totally rubbish at roasting anything but a chicken. Can't cope with beef being even a little bit pink, even though I know I'm supposed to enjoy it that way.

Sous vide for 48 hours.

holeymoley1831 m ago

Can't cope with beef being even a little bit pink, even though I know I'm …Can't cope with beef being even a little bit pink, even though I know I'm supposed to enjoy it that way.


I'm the same puts me right off if its pink at all.

FamilyGuy672 h, 23 m ago

My favourite cut so tasty heat added


Agreed. Slow cooked until it falls apart. Tender and so flavoursome. Give me brisket over expensive cuts any day!

holeymoley1845 m ago

I'm totally rubbish at roasting anything but a chicken. Can't cope with …I'm totally rubbish at roasting anything but a chicken. Can't cope with beef being even a little bit pink, even though I know I'm supposed to enjoy it that way.


You don't want brisket to be pink, it will be tough as old boots. Stick it in a slow cooker on low all day and you'll have the most delicious, tender beef.

OK. I do have a slow cooker but never tried anything but stews/ casseroles etc in it.

Original Poster

Yep totally agree, slow and low for a good few hours in oven, or all day in slow cooker - pop some veg/onions and a bit of stock in with it and you can make gravy from the stock - delicious!

Marinade in a mix of brown sugar, chilli powder and dijon mustard overnight, lob in slow cooker in the morning (I sit it on some onion wedges so it's off the bottom), low for 8 hours. Then shred it, mix some decent BBQ sauce through it, fry some in hot pan for a minute or two then pile high on brioche buns. Probably tastes better done in the oven but I get paranoid about leaving my gas oven on all day whilst I'm at work lol.
Edited by: "Smeeble" 8th Nov

harlzter3 h, 22 m ago

Sure you aren't thinking of gammon with coca cola?With brisket I seal it …Sure you aren't thinking of gammon with coca cola?With brisket I seal it in a hot skillet (helps keep the juices in and keep it moist) then put it in a roasting dish, cover it with foil and slow roast in the oven



I hate to be an internet bore, but sealing in a hot skillet does nothing to keep a joint that is about to be slow roasted moist, or keep the juices in.

All it does is colour the meat and create some lovely flavour (via something called the Maillard reaction), Totally worth doing, as it you get more flavour, but wont keep anything moist or sealed.

Just had mine tonight- covered in cumin, coriander, paprika, mustard and garlic powder, sat on onions and garlic with a a bit of stock in the slow cooker all day. Came home from work and shredded it onto brioche buns. It was fantastic

nholt2431 m ago

Just had mine tonight- covered in cumin, coriander, paprika, mustard and …Just had mine tonight- covered in cumin, coriander, paprika, mustard and garlic powder, sat on onions and garlic with a a bit of stock in the slow cooker all day. Came home from work and shredded it onto brioche buns. It was fantastic


What's a 'bit of stock'? Up to a level to cover the onion base, or not that much?

Yes probably about an inch in the bottom to create some steam, I reduced it down on the hob afterwards to make a nice spicy gravy. Lots leftover for lunch tomorrow too
Edited by: "nholt24" 8th Nov

Best use of this meat is to make salt beef. Plenty of information how to make on internet. Makes the best sandwiches with gerkins ever

Slow cooked for 6 hours with Cider Vinegar, Chipotle Chilli Paste, Chicken Stock, Oregano, Cumin. Barbacoa baby, yeah!
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