This is my go to meal for a large crowd--it is always a great hit with tail gaters, family reunions, and church groups.
Brisket which is prepped with a dry rub and then cooked in a delicious sauce!
Hawaiian Meatballs – A tasty recipe that brings a taste of the islands to you.
So easy, so wonderful!! We often serve this at parties, during Sunday football, or I'll take to work. ALWAYS a huge hit...
- 1 Flat, trimmed brisket
- 2 Jars Dill pickle spears
- 1 large or 2 small bottles of BBQ sauce
Place brisket in a large slow cooker.
Dump pickles, juice and all! (Trust me on this one. The pickles cook down to almost nothing and the juice makes the meat super tender!) :)
Add your favorite BBQ sauce.
Cook on med-high/high until you can shred or break meat apart with a fork - about 6 hours depending on the size/thickness of your brisket (you can also leave it on low overnight and finish it up on high in the morning in the morning to be ready for lunch).
Serve on buns, over potatoes with some grated cheese or as brisket tacos!!!
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