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Recipe by Naomi Nachman

Chol Hamoed Crock-Pot Brisket

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Meat Meat
Easy Easy
8 Servings
Allergens

No Allergens specified

6 Hours, 30 Minutes
Diets

Put this up in the morning in your Crock-Pot, go out for your Chol Hamoed trip, and dinner will be ready for you when you come home!

Ingredients

Chol Hamoed Crock-Pot Brisket

  • 3 tomatoes, halved

  • 3 stalks celery, chunked

  • 8 Yukon gold potatoes, peeled and quartered

  • Gefen Garlic Powder, to taste

  • onion powder, to taste

  • paprika, to taste

Directions

Prepare the Chol Hamoed Crock-Pot Brisket

1.

Place all the vegetables in the bottom of a large Crock-Pot and season with spices. Season brisket on all sides with spices and place on top of vegetables.

2.

Mix wine and ketchup in a bowl and pour over meat and vegetables. Set Crock-Pot to high and cook for six to seven hours.

3.

Remove meat from the Crock-Pot and slice. If it’s very soft, you can just pull it apart with two forks.

4.

To serve: Place meat on platter and place potatoes around the meat. If you have a fleishig immersion blender, blend the remaining vegetables in the Crock-Pot to make gravy and pour it over the meat.

Credits

Styling and Photography by Sina Mizrahi

Chol Hamoed Crock-Pot Brisket

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Vanessa Kos
Vanessa Kos
4 months ago

Can I use flat brisket?

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Raquel Admin
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Reply to  Vanessa Kos
4 months ago

Naomi says yes 🙂

shoshy pessin
shoshy pessin
10 months ago

can you cook this overnight?

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Raquel Admin
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Reply to  shoshy pessin
4 months ago

Yes, Naomi says you can do it at 200F overnight in the oven.

Shayna Kleinman
Shayna Kleinman
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4 months ago

Can I out this in a crock pot before shabbos to have shabbos day?

Lisa Martin
Lisa Martin
1 year ago

If I use first cut brisket, would the cooking time be the same?

Raquel Admin
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Reply to  Lisa Martin
1 year ago

Yes, it should be.