If you’re Paleo or just looking for a great main dish to feed a crowd, you’ll definitely want to try this Texas Oven-Roasted Beef Brisket recipe from the Food Network. My parents were from Texas, so to say I grew up with a great appreciation for brisket would be an understatement. My youngest son is all too happy to carry on the family tradition and considers himself quite the brisket connoisseur. I tried many recipes and never found one that even came close to his high expectations until this one. He loves it! I have to admit that even though I now eat a primarily plant-based diet, the first time I made this, I had to try a small piece to see if I even came close. Bam! It’s spot-on, and he has his brisket!
A couple of notes: Brisket is one of the leanest cuts of beef, so if you’re going to eat meat, this is one of the healthier ones to include in moderation as part of your diet. The recipe calls for sugar in the rub, but you can easily do without. If you do want to add a sweetener, I substitute granular Swerve (Affiliate Link) (natural, non-glycemic sweetener), and it does fine.