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5 Melt-in-Your-Mouth Brisket Recipes You Should Try for Rosh Hashanah

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Whether you’re a Jew or not, there’s no way you can say no to a slow-cooked, tender, juicy, and flavor-packed brisket. Likewise, there’s no way a Rosh Hashanah celebration will be complete without a mouth-watering brisket dish tempting you at the dinner table.  

We found countless seemingly great-tasting brisket recipes online, but to save you time, effort, and a lot of scrolling, we’ll share with you six of our best brisket bets. You’re welcome.

1. Red Wine Braised Beef Brisket

Deliciously softened beef subtly sweetened and flavored with red wine. Get the recipe: Martha Stewart

2. Turkish Coffee-Rubbed Brisket

Coffee gives the traditional and timeless brisket a Turkish twist. Full details of the recipe on Epicurious

3. Tori Avey's Holiday Brisket

A saucy, savory, and heavenly treat for your palate this holiday. Get the recipe on Tori Avey.

4. Easy Beef Brisket

This one said the all magic words we all secretly long to hear (or see) in any recipe: “easy brisket recipes to impress your friends.” So yes, this deserves a spot. Check out  Simply Recipes for the complete recipe.

5. Root Beer Brisket

Delectably homemade brisket that warms the heart. Full recipe: Baked Bree

Try these scrumptious brisket recipes now. Serve with roasted potatoes and other vegetables, plus a glass of red wine or pomegranate juice to wash it down, and you’ll wish it was Rosh Hashanah every day.

Complete the special Rosh Hashanah holiday look with an all-white flower arrangement on your table. For white flower ideas, check out our flower arrangements.

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