Easy and Zesty Brisket

From Stacy Moses, I tried it and there was not a piece left!

1 package prepared good seasons dressing (Stacy says to use balsamic vinegar instead of red wine vinegar for this recipe)
2 onions, diced
4 tablespoons yellow mustard
3 – 4 pound brisket
Salt and pepper to taste

Cooking Instructions:
Prepare salad dressing mix according to directions, using balsamic vinegar in place of red wine vinegar.
Place brisket fat side up, lightly salt and pepper the top.
Spread mustard over salt and pepper (can use more mustard to cover brisket)
Pour prepared dressing over brisket and top with onions, add about a cup of water around brisket.
Cover the brisket well and bake at 350 until tender about 2 to 2½ hours.

4 thoughts on “Easy and Zesty Brisket

    • Good Seasons is a dry salad dressing mix made by Good Seasons. It has an OK Pareve hecksher and is available in all major supermarket chains.

  1. This was sooo good. It cut like butter (woops! like margarine). I didn’t have good seasons dressing so I found a recipe online to make my own.

  2. I made this two weeks in a row. The first week I used beer instead of water, the meat was very tender, but a drop sour. Last week I used coke instead and it was very tender and tasted great! It is easy to make and everyone really liked it.

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