Easy Pulled Brisket

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  • Cooking and Prep: 8 h
  • Serves: 6
  • No Allergens

This easy pulled brisket is slow cooked in the oven for eight hours and seasoned with crushed tomatoes, maple syrup, garlic, bay leaves, and cinnamon.

Ingredients (8)

Main ingredients

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Prepare the Pulled Brisket

  1. Place brisket in an oven-proof dish.

  2. Pour crushed tomatoes on top.

  3. Then add maple syrup, garlic, bay leaves, cinnamon stick and spices.

  4. Cover tightly with two layers of foil and bake for eight hours at 275 degrees Fahrenheit.

  5. Once done, remove bay leaves and cinnamon stick.

  6. Shred meat with a fork.



  • isaac lekach

    Posted by il |2022-05-23 10:58:10
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  • isaac lekach

    my favorite!
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  • Yael Koskas

    Delicious!!
    Posted by Yaelkoskas |2022-05-20 06:24:44
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  • Yael Koskas

    Posted by Yaelkoskas |2022-05-20 06:24:32
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  • Yael Koskas

    Delicious!!
    Posted by Yaelkoskas |2022-05-20 06:24:37
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  • d fal

    Posted by dfal |2022-05-19 12:12:31
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  • Vivian Muller

    Posted by Viviandm |2022-05-19 21:11:02
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  • Vivian Muller

    I love serving this! It’s so easy and amazing!!
    Posted by Viviandm |2022-05-19 21:11:19
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  • Yael Goldberg

    Posted by momnj |2021-04-05 08:02:15
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  • Yael Goldberg

    I made this for Pesach with a 3.5 lb roast. My family enjoyed it. Cooking it on 275 for 8 hours was too much, it was a bit dry. I added chicken soup when rewarming but it still tasted dry. I would try next time baking it instead on 250 for 8 hours, or less hours. I would also add chicken soup to the sauce to increase moisture and soften the crushed tomato flavor.
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  • Avigayil

    can this be cooked for longer and served Shabbos day?
    Posted by Avigayil01 |2020-11-16 12:47:14
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    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Yes! I would put it on low in a crockpot before Shabbos and it should be perfect by lunch.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|November 16, 2020
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  • isaac lekach

    my favorite!
    Posted by il |2022-05-23 10:58:14
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  • Yael Koskas

    Delicious!!
    Posted by Yaelkoskas |2022-05-20 06:24:44
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  • Yael Koskas

    Delicious!!
    Posted by Yaelkoskas |2022-05-20 06:24:37
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  • Vivian Muller

    I love serving this! It’s so easy and amazing!!
    Posted by Viviandm |2022-05-19 21:11:19
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  • Yael Goldberg

    I made this for Pesach with a 3.5 lb roast. My family enjoyed it. Cooking it on 275 for 8 hours was too much, it was a bit dry. I added chicken soup when rewarming but it still tasted dry. I would try next time baking it instead on 250 for 8 hours, or less hours. I would also add chicken soup to the sauce to increase moisture and soften the crushed tomato flavor.
    Posted by momnj |2021-04-05 08:05:34
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  • Avigayil

    can this be cooked for longer and served Shabbos day?
    Posted by Avigayil01 |2020-11-16 12:47:14
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    Raquel Admin - Kosher.com Admin
    Yes! I would put it on low in a crockpot before Shabbos and it should be perfect by lunch.
    Posted by raquel_kosher|November 16, 2020
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