Holly's Texas Brisket
Season your next beef brisket roast with this flavorful spice rub. Slow roasting makes a tender and juicy brisket. This is not a quick fix recipe. It takes time and planning to make this a success. Follow the directions and make sure that the brisket is sealed tightly so that juices do not evaporate. It is well worth the time and trouble. You won't be sorry, it is awesome!
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I like to oven-cook my brisket overnight the day before, let the brisket cool off completely, refrigerate it until needed, and then slice it. Slicing the meat cold is so easy. Put the sliced meat back into the pan with the juices with most of the fat removed. Reheat the sliced meat in the juices at 300 degrees F (150 degrees C) for about 1 hour.