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Slow cooking?

Post  nannyguest on 30.04.10 15:37

I have a very nice piece of Brisket. It says to cook slow in water, Can I do it in my new Halogen Oven? If so how?? thank you

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Re: Slow cooking?

Post  Admin on 30.04.10 16:25

Hi nannyguest,

please introduce yourself in the "INTRODUCE YOURSELF" section

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Re: Slow cooking?

Post  junie on 04.05.10 17:09

Hi

It doesn't look like anyone else has tried this Sad

I don't see any reason why it can't be done in a casserole dish at a low heat on the lower rack, the same as you would in your conventional oven (brown meat first, then add to casserole dish with other ingredients - water/stock/veggies for flavour etc).
If the meat is too big for a casserole dish, then place it directly in the bottom of your oven.

Cooking times will vary with the weight/shape of your meat. The HO is a bit of trial and error for most of us so check on the meat regularly until it is cooked to your taste. Keep a note of what works with your recipe or keep a notepad so you can easily refer to it the next time.

Sorry I can't be more specific at this time.

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Slow cooking works!!!!

Post  nannyguest on 05.05.10 9:46

Tried the slow cooking the brisket and it worked! Did it for about 3.1/2 hours on 125c. Kept turning it round on ALL sides. I put a small amount of water in bottom of bowl and cooked 20-25 mins each side on low rack and then 20-25 mins each side in the juices. The gravy with the beef juices was out of this world mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!! It was slightly rare in middle (as I like it) so cook a bit longer if you like it well done.

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Re: Slow cooking?

Post  junie on 05.05.10 15:00

Well done nannyguest

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Sounds delicious. We learn something new everyday on this forum.
Do you know what weight your brisket was? If you can give me a rough idea I'll include this on the Recipe A-Z so that other members can find it easily and follow your instructions.

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Post  nannyguest on 05.05.10 21:40

I cannot remember but I am going shopping tomorrow for another peice so I will get one around the same size.

Hope others give it a go I was realy surprised how good it tasted. I also did the little '4 min yorkshire puddings' on the top rack for 3 mins on 200c.

Be in touch soon coolsmiley

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