I had never made brisket before, but I love a good tender meat. I found this recipe on Predominantly Paleo and loved it! I think mine was too thick so not all of it was in the liquid when it cooked and was a bit dry in certain parts, but I can't wait to try this again and do it better!
4 lb. brisket
1 large onion, sliced
32 oz. broth (she suggests beef but you could use chicken or vegetable)
5 cloves minced garlic
1 c. baby carrots
Pour some avocado oil into a large pot and heat M/H
Rub pepper on all sides of brisket
Place brisket in hot oil
In 7 minutes, flip to other side
Cook for another 7 minutes or until both sides are browned
Place brisket on plate
Pour sliced onion into pot
Once both sides of brisket are nicely browned, place sliced onions in the bottom on the stockpot
Put brisket back on top
Pour in broth, garlic, and carrots and stir lightly
I saw this on a lot of Instagram accounts and didn't think I'd like the combination. But I was glad to be proved wrong! The seeds add a delicious burst to something I couldn't think could get any better. And all you have to do is combine guac with seeds (buy seeds to make your life 500% easier than seeding a pomegranate).
Have you ever had Cookie Butter from Trader Joes? Have you ever had Cookie Butter Ice Cream? If not, drop what you're doing and drive immediately to your nearest Trader Joes. I searched out a few this summer, and finally found this, and the gallon was gone by the next day. It's SO good! While I was checking out, the TJs employee suggested I make a milkshake. OKAY.
Cookie Butter Ice Cream
Add ingredients to a blender (more or less or whatever you want that day ie more pb for a more peanut buttery taste, etc...)