Beef brisket in large pan with garlic, celery and water being poured on it
Let Jim Viggars show you how to make the perfect beef brisket.

Risk it for the brisket

The new year is all about healthy, budget meals while still trying to serve up dishes which are filling and comforting as winter gets into full swing.

Beef brisket is a recipe which ticks all the boxes when it comes to flavour and being purse friendly, and it can be cooked with the minimum of fuss.

It’s great for using up staple vegetables such as carrots, celery and potatoes – and as it’s a one-pot dish it saves you time with the washing up later on.

In the following video, our very own Head of Meat Quality Jim Viggars shows you how to cook your brisket – from sealing the meat and preparing your veg to making your gravy in the same pot.



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