Being a Jewish mother, I have become adept at making a brisket on the important holidays. This year for Passover, I adapted a brisket recipe that I thought would be criminal not to share. If you like brisket, this one is a must try!The key to this one is that you really need to start this the day before you want to eat it. You will prep and cook for 2 ½ hours, then refrigerate it overnight. The next day, you will slice it, then finish cooking it for another hour.It will take some planning, but is well worth it and a delicious meal for a special occasion!
Dr. Eliza Klearman
I’m Dr. Eliza Klearman, an expert in natural and holistic medicine. I use my skills to restore health and balance to my patients. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to me.