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HAPPY ST. PATTY’S DAY - A New Twist for Brisket!

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Published: Friday, March 11, 2011

HAPPY ST. PATTY'S DAY - A New Twist for Brisket!

"Misted Brisket"

¾ c Irish Mist Liqueur (do not use any other liqueur NO exceptions)

1 Box pitted prunes

3-4 lbs. beef brisket

2 onions, diced

2 ribs celery, diced

½ Tsp Salt

½ Tsp Pepper

½ Tsp Ground Ginger

3 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce

1 cup water

2 Tbsp lemon juice

½ cup brown sugar

8 carrots halved

New Potatoes

Cabbage

Heat Irish Mist in microwave until warm, add prunes and let steep.

Brown brisket on both sides in oil

Brown onion and celery in oil

Transfer brisket to a roasting pan, season it with salt, pepper, ginger and then spread Worcestershire sauce on top

Put browned onion and celery on the top of brisket and on the sides

Combine lemon juice, brown sugar and water (sugar will dissolve in the water, mix with a spoon) and add to pan

Cover pan with heavy aluminum foil and make sure that it is tight around on the top of the roasting pan

Cook for one hour at 300 degrees, remove foil

Add Irish Mist, prunes and carrots

Replace foil and roast for another 1 ½ hours or until meat is fork tender

Place prunes on top of sliced briskets with some of the juice, with onions and celery

Serve with new boiled potatoes and steamed cabbage

Put extra juice in a gravy boat to be served individually

This meal is so filling that you need only a very small salad or not one at all. Do not let the meat sit for a long period of time in the hot liquid. Suggested that you cut and serve immediately. Leftovers the next day are terrific. Microwave for rewarming. Hint: Add lots of extra carrots when you are originally cooking because you will want more of them the next night. They are like eating candy!

Serves 4-6

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