Five Spiced Beef Brisket

This brisket is gonna make your house smell like a busy Vietnamese pho restaurant! Although this 5-spice beef brisket recipe does require two phases and about 3 hours total for preparation, I promise you that your patience will pay off. This recipe makes a mouth-watering meat, and plus you’ll have a versatile, aromatic au jus that you can serve alongside your brisket or save as a dip for any leftover sandwiches. Though there’s a high chance that there won’t be any leftovers!

Ingredients

2
lb beef brisket
4
cups beef stock
2
Tbsp five-spice powder
Tbsp brown sugar
1
Tbsp garlic powder
1
Tbsp coriander
1
tsp salt
onions
garlic
ginger
peppercorns
hoisin sauce
oil

Preparation

Step 1

Mix together five-spice powder, brown sugar, garlic powder, coriander, and salt and dry rub on all sides of the brisket, then let sit for 10 minutes.

Step 2

Roast uncovered in an oven-safe pan with light oil for 1 hour at 350°.

Step 3

Remove the brisket from the pan. Add bruised garlic, sliced onion and ginger, and peppercorns to remaining oil in the pan to create a surface for the brisket.

Step 4

Return brisket to the pan with the other side facing up. Coat the top of the brisket with hoisin sauce and pour beef stock around the brisket, directly onto the bed of aromatics.

Step 5

Cover and bake for 90 minutes at 300°, then let cool for 20 minutes.

Step 6

Strain remaining liquid in the pan to serve as dipping sauce.

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