This year, Rosh Hashanah 2014 begins on the evening of Wednesday, Sept. 24 and ends on the evening of Friday, Sept. 26. We've rounded up a list of not-so-traditional ways to cook up brisket for this Jewish New Year, and what to do with all those leftovers.
The spices and flavors of this tangy spiced brisket sing through the screen. You'll be drooling as this cooks for hours in your oven.
In this beer braised brisket you can experiment with a variety of beers to achieve great flavor. Use a hoppy IPA for those grassy notes, or a chocolate stout for a sweeter recipe.
Did you know that pomegranates are eaten at Rosh Hashanah as part of the "new fruit" blessing because of their layered symbolism and meaning in the Jewish religion? This pomegranate molasses brisket is a great way to incorporate the fruit into the main dish.
The root beer in this root beer brisket recipe brings some sweetness to this otherwise savory recipe.
The Asian ingredients and seasonings in this Korean-style braised brisket make for a unique twist on a favorite.
Rubbed with coffee and fennel and braised in bourbon, this recipe for bourbon and coffee brisket with cranberry sauce is a great dish to serve at your holiday dinners. Plus, the cranberry sauce takes it over the top.
Onions, garlic and red peppers make this rum and coffee brisket a one-of-a-kind recipe. Incredibly flavorful but still comforting.
Coca-Cola brisket has become almost as popular as the traditional brisket recipes, because honestly, who doesn't have some Coca-Cola at home, at all times? It's a great recipe when you're looking to try something different but still approachable.
We can't forget about the traditional brisket recipe, and this Passover brisket by The Pioneer Woman is just divine and extremely simple.
What to do with leftover brisket:
These smoky brisket tacos with shredded cabbage and sweet corn are the perfect way to use up your brisket leftovers, and adding the fresh cabbage and corn brightens up the beef.
Start by using your leftovers in the simplest way, between two pieces of bread, like this smoked brisket sandwich.
These Southwestern chipotle brisket tacos, tacos with guacamole, tomatoes and queso fresco, make for a Mexican twist on a traditional Jewish meat.
Basically, the best part of a beef brisket French dip sandwich is the dip. Every bite is dunked into a gravy-like liquid; what's not to love?
Topped with cheddar and blue cheese, fresh cilantro, tomatoes and olives, these BBQ brisket nachos are sure to be a crowd pleaser.
This is the ultimate brisket sandwich, similar to a BLT but with the added leftover brisket.
Turn your leftover brisket into breakfast by making this delicious beef brisket hash.
These brisket and brie tacos with mango barbecue sauce bring a hint of French with the cheese and a touch of Caribbean flavors with the mango sauce. It's a bite that will take you all around the world in one second.
Brisket-and-cheese-stuffed jumbo potatoes, the ultimate stuffed potato.
This brisket macaroni and cheese is total comfort food, packed with your favorite cheeses. A big bowl of this and you're ready for a delicious nap.
Turn your brisket into a comforting soup, like this black bean and smoked brisket soup.
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