|Foods: A Scientific Approach (3rd Edition)|
|by Connie M. Weaver|
This edition, written for readers who have an adequate background in chemistry, continues the emphasis of the scientific aspects of the study of f...
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Wrap brisket with soup, wine ... dish. Be sure to completely seal the foil around the beef as this makes it very tender. Bake at 150 degrees for 24 hours.
Place brisket in cooking bag dusted with flour. Add Lipton onion soup to ... in 300 degree oven until done. (7 pound brisket takes approximately 5 hours.)
Mix the onion ... side of the brisket. Put brisket ... Slice the meat and put the sauce on the top rather than serving the sauce separately. Serves 4 to 6.
Place brisket in center of ... escape. Bake 3 to 4 ours at 280 degrees. Remove brisket and slice across grain. Excellent also for cold sandwiches the next day.
Salt, pepper, paprika and garlic powder the brisket on both sides. ... chopped vegetables of your choice. Cook on low 3 - 4 hours, or until meat is done.
Preheat oven to ... soup mixture over brisket. Add water ... necessary add water just to cover brisket. Recover with foil and cook for another 1.5 hours.
In a large ... onion. Place the brisket in pan. Sprinkle ... slice meat thin. Pour tomato soup on top and add 1/2 cup water. Bake for an additional hour.
Place brisket of beef on large piece of aluminum ... soup and onion soup mix over meat and wrap tightly. Roast in baking pan at 325 degrees for 3 hours.
Season brisket with salt, pepper ... Place Dutch oven on burner at low setting. Add cornstarch to thicken broth into gravy. Serve brisket sliced with gravy.
Pout 1/4 cup ... pan and place brisket in the pan. ... with carrots and potatoes. You can bake these with the meat in the pan. Use the meat juice for gravy.
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