Pot roasted beef brisket recipe

Mmm…pot roasted beef brisket

 
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It’s Sunday. After a good walk yesterday and a bonza dinner at Bron’s last night (check out some photographs I shot last night below) my day’s plan was to sleep in, eat breakfast, go for a walk, catch up on some work and slowly roast a beef brisket.

Breakfast

Streaky bacon, eggs, butter and bread
Streaky bacon, eggs, butter and bread
Oven baked bacon and pepper
Oven baked bacon and pepper
Sunday sleep in breakfast. Bacon and eggs with fried bread.
Sunday sleep in breakfast. Bacon and eggs with fried bread.
Sunday sleep in breakfast. Bacon and eggs with fried bread.
Sunday sleep in breakfast. Bacon and eggs with fried bread.

Some of my on-line friends have noticed I’ve consumed quite a few carbs over the last week or so. It’s true. I’m paying for it. My waist is thicker, my trousers are tighter and my belt is speaking to me about approaching holes that we’d agreed we wouldn’t go near.

I know what I need to do. When will I do it? I’m not sure. I still have some Haigh’s Chocolates chocolate covered Queensland nuts to finish as well as part of a loaf of bread.


A walk around Lake Ginninderra

 

According to the RunKeeper GPX I can walk on water 😉 

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Lunch

Just a quick snack. I heated a can of corned beef and then put it into a pyrex bowl and cooked through with some cream, tasty Coon cheese and spices.

Sunday lunch. Corned beef with cream and cheese.
Sunday lunch. Corned beef with cream and cheese.

Dinner pot roast beef brisket

Pot roasted beef brisket recipe
 
Recipe Type: Dinner
Cuisine: Australian
Author: Gary Lum
Prep time:
Cook time:
Total time:
Serves: Huge
A simple one pot roast with the king of meats, viz., beef.
Instructions
  1. Seal the meat in a hot pan
  2. Rub in the dry ingredients
  3. Put the meat into a casserole
  4. Add in the liquid ingredients
  5. Place a sheet of baking paper between the bowl and the lid (this keeps the lid clean and seals in the moisture
  6. Cook for four hours at 150 °C
  7. At the three hour mark add the pumpkin
  8. At the three and a half hour mark add the broccoli
  9. Plate up
  10. Shoot a photograph or two or more
  11. Eat the meal
  12. Wash the dishes
  13. Write the recipe
  14. Blog about the experience
 

 

Beef brisket
Beef brisket

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Sunday dinner. Pot roast beef brisket with pumpkin, broccoli, peas and onions.
Sunday dinner. Pot roast beef brisket with pumpkin, broccoli, peas and onions.
Sunday dinner. Pot roast beef brisket with pumpkin, broccoli, peas and onions.
Sunday dinner. Pot roast beef brisket with pumpkin, broccoli, peas and onions.

 


Bron’s bonza dinner from Saturday night

We enjoyed roast duck pancakes with cucumber, spring onion, coriander and hoisin sauce. It was a fantastic meal. Bron set aside the duck’s neck and cloaca for me because she knows they’re my favourite parts of the duck’s anatomy.

Cucumber, spring onion, coriander and hoisin sauce.
Cucumber, spring onion, coriander and hoisin sauce.
Roast duck neck for dinner
Roast duck neck for dinner
Roast duck neck and cloaca for dinner
Roast duck neck and cloaca for dinner
Roast duck pancake dinner
Roast duck pancake dinner
Roast duck neck dissected trachea and Å“sophagus for dinner
Roast duck neck dissected trachea and Å“sophagus for dinner

So I hope you had a great weekend. If you have any comments or questions please leave a comment. I’d love to hear from you.  

 

 

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