Instant Pot Jewish Recipes : Instant Pot Jewish Brisket

Instant Pot Jewish Recipes Video

Instant Pot Jewish Recipes

Instant Pot Jewish Brisket

Instant Pot Jewish Brisket

Recipe Here!:

BEHOLD! The ULTIMATE Jewish dish – BRISKET! Not only is the flavor beyond your wildest dreams, it’s also SO EASY to make! My mom has been making this recipe, originally given to her by her friend Helene, for as long as I can remember and I’ve always drooled at the thought of any gathering where this is usually served – especially Passover and Rosh Hashanah!

Normally, it would go in the oven for about 2.5 hours – but this Instant Pot shaved off some of that time and it’s now even more tender than ever! A winner all around!

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  1. Damn Jeff , the beginning of that video scared the SHIT out of me ! I almost hit the deck and yelled in Cumming 🤔 Thank God that noise came from your instapot , I was not prepared for that ! love you videos and I've become a great chef since watching you 🤗

  2. OK, today I am going to give this recipe a try…(I have the utmost confidence in your recipes) so it should be wonderful….here goes……

  3. My brother has given up his all-day brisket for yours. I made yours for an Australian Jew who was visiting town a few weeks ago. Tonight, we're both making it for Seder….I'm on the East Coast, he's on the West Coast, but we're both making your brisket. Thank you for sharing.

  4. I made your brisket last night. It instantly became a family favorite, but I did a few things differently. I used a small 2 1/2 lb. brisket, pressure cooked for 60 minutes but I used the sauce recipe as is. The sauce was so good and plentiful that I decided to roast some potatoes (425 with olive oil salt and pepper) then add those potatoes to the sliced meat and sauce. I then let it sit together all day and the potatoes absorbed the sauce too. Yum!

  5. Made Jeff’s,Kosher Brisket,to die for omg is sooooo delis May I tell you?Now I can’t wait to try, Katz’s Deli,pastrami he had his restaurant here in Austin Texas,for years,years! financial had to close it,he was open 24/7

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