How Long Do I Cook A One-Pound (1Lb) Brisket?


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lakeesha Hennessy Williams Profile
Because brisket is a pretty tough cut of meat, you need to cook it very slowly.

For 1Lb's worth of meat, I'd recommend cooking it at 325 degrees Fahrenheit for 3-4 hours.

How to cook a one-pound brisket There's nothing I like more than tucking into a tasty brisket of beef.However, to make sure you get your meat tender, you need to cook your brisket slowly.

Firstly, heat your oven up to 325ºF, which is the temperature you'll need to cook your brisket at to make sure it's done all the way through.

I'd recommend using a large roasting pan as a container, and adding a cup or two of water to maintain moisture levels is a good idea.

You'll also need to season your brisket before placing it in the oven (you can afford to be generous when you're coating the meat).

Before placing the brisket in the pan, wrap it up in tin foil (you may even want to cover it up with a lid or something).

You've then got a 3-4 hour wait for the dish to cook thoroughly, although I'd recommend checking on the water levels in the pan and topping them up if the meat looks as if it's drying up too quickly.

Here's a recipe by British chef Jamie Oliver that I found online - guaranteed taste sensation!
Jacquelyn Mathis Profile
When it comes to a brisket, I cook them slowly for several hours, no matter what the size of it is. They tend to fall apart when you do that, and they taste so great. Hope this helps.
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Anonymous answered
3 hours on 120 degrees... Slowly.

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