Mini Beef Wellington Bites

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Mini Beef Wellington Bites stacked on platter.  They are flaky and buttery on the outside.  Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

Warning!  This recipe is irresistible and crazy-addictive.  These Mini Beef Wellington Bites are flaky and buttery on the outside, meaty and succulent on the inside.  Baked Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  My version of this classic is approachable, easy and taste ridiculously delicious. 

They are perfect for a party because you can make them ahead and freeze them and then simply bake them off when ready to serve.  They are also great for kids.

Approachable Decadence

Beef Wellington is an English recipe.  It traditionally has a filet of beef layered with pate or foie gra and a duxelle, which is a chopped mushroom mixture.  It’s all wrapped in puff pastry and baked.  Now, this can be intimidating!  So, back when I was catering, I set out to create a more approachable version.

‘Mini’ is definitely more approachable!  If you mess one of them up, you still have 19 more.  You can also be confident that the slice of meat will be cooked through vs. with a large roast.

I eliminated the pate and added parmesan to the mushrooms.  I love mushrooms and parmesan just enhances the salty, nutty flavor so perfectly.  It also adds the creaminess that you would have gotten from the pate.  And frankly, there is already so much flavor from the puff pastry, the beef filet, and the mushrooms, that pate seems like overkill.

Check out just how easy these are to make!

Here are a few more decadent recipes made more approachable to try!

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EQUIPMENT NEEDED

For this recipe, I used a food processor to do all the chopping work on the mushrooms. You can certainly do this by hand, but my go-to mini food processor was the perfect for the job.

For both searing the beef filet tips and for cooking the mushrooms, I used my absolute favorite 12″ Ceramic Pan, which is great because food really does slide right off with minimal oil and I don’t have to worry about food sticking and burning.  It comes with a glass lid, which is perfect for watching your dinner cook!.

Lastly, you will also need a large sheet pan (I use a 17×11) for baking the mini beef wellingtons.

PREP-AHEAD TO MAKE YOUR MINI BEEF WELLINGTON BITES

We are all extremely busy and making dinner during the week can be overwhelming. Here are the steps you prepare in the day(s) in advance and store in the fridge as your meal Kit… (See the recipe below for more details)

Puff Pastry can be found in your freezer section of the store.  Keep it frozen and put it in the fridge to thaw a day before you plan to use it.

This recipe starts with Petite Beef Filet.  It’s one of the most tender cuts without the most expensive price tag.  The Petite Filet comes from the shoulder and is so incredibly tender.  It tastes very similar to filet mignon, but is much less expensive.

You can make the beef a day or 2 early as well. You will be par-cooking the beef as it will finish cooking in the pastry later.  I season very simply with salt and pepper and a very light drizzle of extra virgin olive oil that I rub all over.  Then I sear the outside of the filets in a pan on high heat for about 5 minutes on each side to get a nice brown crust.  Then I move it to the oven center rack and cook for 15 minutes in 375 F degrees.

Raw Beef Filet in pan for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood  

Seared raw Beef Filet in pan for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

Beef Filet in pan in oven for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

When the beef is done cooking, transfer it to a plate to rest and cool down.  

For the Mushroom filling, start by chopping the mushrooms into small pea-size pieces.  You can do this by hand, but it is much easier in a food processor.

Finely Dice the Onion. Mince the garlic. You can store these in the fridge together until ready to cook.

Add the mushrooms to a preheated skillet or frying pan with a teaspoon of olive oil (you can use the same one the beef cooked in).  Add the diced onions, minced garlic, salt, pepper, and oregano. Mix to combine and spread out into a layer covering the entire pan. Let cook without touching for 5 minutes. Then mix and spread into a layer and cook for another 5 minutes. When the mixture has cooked down and the onions are translucent, transfer it to a bowl to cool for a few minutes.

Add 1 tbsp milk or cream and the parmesan cheese to the mushrooms and quickly mix through so it doesn’t start to melt and clump. Store in the fridge to cool until ready to assemble.

Mushrooms in food processor for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

Mushrooms, onions, seasoning in pan for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

Cooked chopped mushrooms in bowl for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

Adding milk to cooked chopped mushrooms in bowl for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

Mixing mushrooms and parmesan in bowl for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

ASSEMBLE & BAKE YOUR MINI BEEF WELLINGTON BITES 

When you are are ready to assemble, start by beating an egg in a small bowl.  Put your beef filet on a cutting board and slice into 1/4 inch thick slices. It’s ok if it looks really pink or even rare in the center as the beef will cook inside the pastry.

Sliced beef filet for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

Using a large cutting board, sprinkle with flour. Carefully open up a puff pastry sheet and place on the floured board. Roll it out evenly so that it grows in size about an inch in every direction.

Using a sharp knife or a pizza cutter, cut the pastry into 10 even rectangles.Rolling Puff Pastry sheet on cutting board for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

Puff Pastry sheet cut into 10 pieces for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

Using a pastry brush or your finger if you don’t have one, brush the egg mixture along the edges of each pastry rectangle.

Place a slice of beef in the center of the rectangle, then scoop a small amount of the mushroom mixture on top. Fold the sides of the pastry over and press to seal. Then turn the beef ‘package’ over so the seal is on the bottom.

Using a fork, press the sides together to seal the sides.

Brushing Puff Pastry sheet with egg for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

Slice of beef on cut Puff Pastry for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

Spoon adding mushroom filling on top of slice of beef on cut Puff Pastry for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

Hand folding puff pastry over filling for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood Hand folding puff pastry over filling for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

Hand folding puff pastry over filling for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

Place all of the mini beef wellington bites on a large sheet pan and brush with the remaining egg mixture. At this point, you can place the sheet pan in the freezer and then transfer them to a freezer container once frozen. They will last in the freezer for 3 months.Brushing egg on uncooked Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

Uncooked Mini Beef Wellington Bites on pan. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

Bake in the oven on the center (and top rack if you have 2 pans) for 10-12 minutes or until the pastry has puffed and the tops are golden brown. (if you are baking from frozen state, add about 5 minutes to the cooking time, but DO NOT THAW BEFORE COOKING)Cooked Mini Beef Wellington Bites on pan. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

ENJOY!  😍 Carrie

Mini Beef Wellington Bites stacked on platter. They are flaky and buttery on the outside. Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood
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Mini Beef Wellington Bites

These Mini Beef Wellington Bites are flaky and buttery on the outside, meaty and succulent on the inside.  Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  They are perfect for a party because you can make them ahead and freeze them and then simply bake them off when ready to serve. #appetizers #partyfood #christmasparty #beefrecipes #partyrecipes #smallbites #appetizerrecipes

Course Appetizer
Cuisine English
Keyword party appetizers, party food
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings 20 Pieces

Ingredients

Mushroom Filling

  • 8 oz White Button Mushrooms
  • 1 tsp Olive Oil
  • 1/2 cup Finely Diced Onion
  • 1 clove Garlic, minced
  • 1 tsp Oregano, dried
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
  • 1/2 tsp Ground Black Pepper
  • 1 tbsp Milk or Cream
  • 1/2 cup Parmesan Cheese, grated

Other Ingredients

  • 16 oz Petite Beef Filet
  • 1 tbsp Olive Oil
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp Ground Black Pepper
  • 2 Puff Pastry Sheets
  • 2 tbsp All Purpose Flour
  • 1 Egg

Instructions

Prep-Ahead Instructions

  1. Start by putting the frozen puff pastry into the fridge to thaw the day before.

  2. Preheat oven to 375 F degrees.

  3. Finely Dice the Onion. Mince the garlic. You can store these in the fridge together until ready to cook.

  4. You can make the beef a day or 2 early as well. You will be par-cooking the beef as it will finish cooking in the pastry later. Season very simply by rubbing olive oil all over and sprinkling liberally with salt and pepper.

    Seasoned Raw Beef Filet for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood
  5. Then I sear the outside of the filets in a pan on high heat for about 5 minutes on each side to get a nice brown crust.  Then I move it to the oven, center rack and cook for 15 minutes in 375 F degrees. When the beef is done cooking, transfer it to a plate to rest and cool down.  You can store covered in the fridge until ready to slice and assemble.

    Seared raw Beef Filet in pan for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood
  6. While the beef is cooking, you can make the Mushroom filling. Start by chopping the mushrooms into small pea-size pieces.  You can do this by hand, but it is much easier in a food processor

    Mushrooms in food processor for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood
  7. Add the mushrooms to a preheated skillet or frying pan with a teaspoon of olive oil (you can use the same one the beef cooked in).  Add the diced onions, minced garlic, salt, pepper, and oregano. Mix to combine and spread out into a layer covering the entire pan. Let cook without touching for 5 minutes. Then mix and spread into a layer and cook for another 5 minutes. When the mixture has cooked down and the onions are translucent, transfer it to a bowl to cool for a few minutes.

    Mushrooms, onions, seasoning in pan for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood
  8. Add milk (or cream) and the parmesan cheese to the mushrooms and quickly mix through so it doesn't start to melt and clump. Store in the fridge to cool until ready to assemble.

    Mixing mushrooms and parmesan in bowl for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood

Assemble and Freeze or Bake

  1. When you are are ready to assemble, start by beating an egg in a small bowl.

  2. Put your beef filet on a cutting board and slice into 1/4 inch thick slices. It's ok if it looks really pink or even rare in the center as the beef will cook inside the pastry.

    Sliced beef filet for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood
  3. Using a large cutting board, sprinkle with flour. Carefully open up a puff pastry sheet and place on the floured board. Roll it out evenly so that it grows in size about an inch in every direction. Using a sharp knife or a pizza cutter, cut the pastry into 10 even rectangles.

    Puff Pastry sheet cut into 10 pieces for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood
  4. Using a pastry brush or your finger if you don't have one, brush the egg mixture along the edges of each pastry rectangle.

    Brushing Puff Pastry sheet with egg for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood
  5. Place a slice of beef in the center of the rectangle, then scoop a small amount of the mushroom mixture on top. Fold the sides of the pastry over and press to seal. Then turn the beef 'package' over so the seal is on the bottom.

    Hand folding puff pastry over filling for Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood
  6. Using a fork, press the sides together to seal the sides.

    Fork sealing uncooked Mini Beef Wellington Bites. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood
  7. Place all of the mini beef wellington bites on a large sheet pan and brush with the remaining egg mixture. At this point, you can place the sheet pan in the freezer and then transfer them to a freezer container once frozen. They will last in the freezer for 3 months.

    Uncooked Mini Beef Wellington Bites on pan. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood
  8. Bake in the oven on the center (and top rack if you have 2 pans) for 10-12 minutes or until the pastry has puffed and the tops are golden brown. (if you are baking from frozen state, add about 5 minutes to the cooking time, but DO NOT THAW BEFORE COOKING)

    Cooked Mini Beef Wellington Bites on pan. They are flaky and buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood
  9. Serve and Enjoy!

    Hand holding Mini Beef Wellington Bite with bite taken. Buttery Puff Pastry is filled with a creamy mushroom and parmesan filling and tender beef filet.  #appetizers #partyfood #beefrecipes #appetizerrecipes

Recipe Notes

  1. The 30-minute Prep Time includes the time to sear and par-cook the beef, as well as to make the mushroom filling.  The 15-minute Cook time is for baking the Mini Beef Wellington Bites.
  2. These can be frozen up to 3 months in advance.  Freeze after you place on the sheet pan and brush tops with egg, BEFORE YOU COOK.  When you do cook them after freezing, simply put on the sheet pan frozen and add about 5 minutes to the cooking time.

Smoky Pulled Beef Brisket in the Slow Cooker

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Pulled Beef Brisket in a bowl and in the Slow Cooker is smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor. In a delicious sauce, it goes great on a sandwich, over polenta, on rice, or potatoes. #slowcooker #crockpot #brisket #beefbrisket #pulledbeef #pulledpork

Smoky Pulled Beef Brisket in the Slow Cooker is crazy-delicious!  Can I just tell you that there are good recipes and then there are OMG fantastic recipes.  This Smoky Pulled Beef Brisket is OMG fantastic.  It is smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor.  There are so many ways to enjoy this amazing beef, but one of my favorites is loaded onto a bun to soak up all the fabulous juices.  Then top with a melty cheese and some pickled onions for the perfect bite.   

Smoky Pulled Beef Brisket in the Slow Cooker is smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor. In a delicious sauce, it goes great on a sandwich, over polenta, on rice, or potatoes. #slowcooker #crockpot #brisket #beefbrisket #pulledbeef #pulledpork

Pulled Beef Brisket to Expand Kids Protein Palettes 

It’s important to me to expose my girls to a variety of foods because that’s the best way to get all of the vitamins and nutrients their little bodies need.  We definitely gravitate more toward lean meat proteins such as chicken, primarily because it has less calories and fat for Dave and I.  However, beef is a better source of iron and that’s very important. 

So, after doing some research, I found out that brisket flat-half (the leaner half of the whole brisket) is actually considered a Lean meat!  To be considered lean, a 3-oz serving of cooked beef must have less than 10 grams of total fat, 4.5 grams or less of saturated fat, and less than 95 mg of cholesterol.  And if you do get a layer of fat on the brisket, you will see below how incredibly easy it is to remove and discard. 

This Pulled Beef Brisket is a great way to get the girls to try beef and get more iron into their diet. 

Here are some delicious sides to serve with this Pulled Beef Brisket:

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EQUIPMENT NEEDED

I made this recipe in a slow cooker. However, you could also make it in the oven in a dutch oven or small roasting pan with a lid.

PREP-AHEAD TO MAKE YOUR SMOKY PULLED BEEF BRISKET

We are all extremely busy and making dinner during the week can be overwhelming. Here are the steps you prepare in the day(s) in advance and store in the fridge as your meal Kit… (See the recipe below for more details)

Since this is a slow cooker recipe, you can make the entire brisket in advance and simply reheat it when you are ready to serve.  Or you can do these couple simple steps ahead and cook it in the slow cooker on a weekday morning to enjoy that night!

Prepping ahead simply involves dicing the onion, mincing the garlic, and making the spice rub.  For this spice rub, I used 2 different Paprikas.  I used a Hungarian Hot Paprika which gives you all of the wonderful peppery flavor without as much smoke.  I also used Smoked Paprika for subtle smoky flavor.  If you want more smoke, you can just use double the Smoked Paprika in place of the Hungarian Hot Paprika.  However, you may want to consider adding a touch of Cayenne then for background heat.

Aside from the Paprika, I have garlic powder, chili powder, salt, and black pepper.  

Spices separated in bowl for Smoky Pulled Beef Brisket.  It's made in the Slow Cooker and is smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor. In a delicious sauce, it goes great on a sandwich, over polenta, on rice, or potatoes. #slowcooker #crockpot #brisket #beefbrisket #pulledbeef #pulledpork

Spices mixed in bowl for Smoky Pulled Beef Brisket.  It's made in the Slow Cooker and is smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor. In a delicious sauce, it goes great on a sandwich, over polenta, on rice, or potatoes. #slowcooker #crockpot #brisket #beefbrisket #pulledbeef #pulledpork

Finally, you can cut the Brisket into 2-3 pieces so that it fits into the slow cooker and then rub the spices all over and store in the fridge until ready to cook.

COOK YOUR SMOKY PULLED BEEF BRISKET 

When you’re ready to cook this baby, add half of the diced onion to the bottom of the slow cooker insert first.  Place the brisket pieces on top of the onion. Add the remaining diced onion and minced garlic. Pour Worcestershire sauce and beef broth over the roast.

Cook roast in slow cooker for 4-6 hours on High setting or 8-10 hours on Low.

Diced onion in Slow Cooker insert for Smoky Pulled Beef Brisket.  It's smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor. In a delicious sauce, it goes great on a sandwich, over polenta, on rice, or potatoes. #slowcooker #crockpot #brisket #beefbrisket #pulledbeef #pulledpork

Spiced rubbed raw brisket in Slow Cooker insert for Smoky Pulled Beef Brisket.  It's smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor. In a delicious sauce, it goes great on a sandwich, over polenta, on rice, or potatoes. #slowcooker #crockpot #brisket #beefbrisket #pulledbeef #pulledpork

Adding Worcestershire sauce to onions and raw brisket in Slow Cooker insert for Smoky Pulled Beef Brisket.  It's smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor. In a delicious sauce, it goes great on a sandwich, over polenta, on rice, or potatoes. #slowcooker #crockpot #brisket #beefbrisket #pulledbeef #pulledpork

Adding water to onions and raw brisket in Slow Cooker insert for Smoky Pulled Beef Brisket.  It's smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor. In a delicious sauce, it goes great on a sandwich, over polenta, on rice, or potatoes. #slowcooker #crockpot #brisket #beefbrisket #pulledbeef #pulledpork

Once the brisket is done cooking, remove it from slow cooker to a plate or cutting board for pulling or shredding it apart.

Using a knife or a fork, scrape away any layer of fat. It should come off very easily. Discard the fat.

Fork taking cooked brisket out of the Slow Cooker insert for Smoky Pulled Beef Brisket.  It's smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor. In a delicious sauce, it goes great on a sandwich, over polenta, on rice, or potatoes. #slowcooker #crockpot #brisket #beefbrisket #pulledbeef #pulledpork

Fork scraping off fat layer from cooked brisket for Smoky Pulled Beef Brisket.  It's smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor. In a delicious sauce, it goes great on a sandwich, over polenta, on rice, or potatoes. #slowcooker #crockpot #brisket #beefbrisket #pulledbeef #pulledpork

Fork scraping off fat layer from cooked brisket for Smoky Pulled Beef Brisket.  It's smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor. In a delicious sauce, it goes great on a sandwich, over polenta, on rice, or potatoes. #slowcooker #crockpot #brisket #beefbrisket #pulledbeef #pulledpork

Then using 2 forks, start to shred the meat. If the piece of meat is really large, you can cut it in half so the beef strands are not too long.

Once the meat is shredded, add it back to the cooking liquid in the slow cooker.

Fork shredding cooked brisket for Smoky Pulled Beef Brisket.  It's smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor. In a delicious sauce, it goes great on a sandwich, over polenta, on rice, or potatoes. #slowcooker #crockpot #brisket #beefbrisket #pulledbeef #pulledpork

Forks shredding cooked brisket for Smoky Pulled Beef Brisket.  It's smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor. In a delicious sauce, it goes great on a sandwich, over polenta, on rice, or potatoes. #slowcooker #crockpot #brisket #beefbrisket #pulledbeef #pulledpork

Smoky Pulled Beef Brisket in the Slow Cooker is smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor. In a delicious sauce, it goes great on a sandwich, over polenta, on rice, or potatoes. #slowcooker #crockpot #brisket #beefbrisket #pulledbeef #pulledpork

Now, comes the fun part…eating!  I love to eat this deliciousness on a roll that soaks up all the beef juices.  I place the beef on the bottom of the roll and top with a melty cheese like monterey jack or mozzarella.  Then put it under the broiler to melt!  Finally, I top it with pickled onions to add sweetness, tang, and crunch!

Pulled Beef Brisket Sandwich made in the Slow Cooker is smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor. In a delicious sauce, it goes great on a sandwich, over polenta, on rice, or potatoes. #slowcooker #crockpot #brisket #beefbrisket #pulledbeef #pulledpork

However, you can also eat this plated with Roasted Garlic Cauliflower Mash or any starch such as polenta, risotto, rice, pasta, or potatoes. 

ENJOY!

😍 Carrie

Pulled Beef Brisket in a bowl and in the Slow Cooker is smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor. In a delicious sauce, it goes great on a sandwich, over polenta, on rice, or potatoes. #slowcooker #crockpot #brisket #beefbrisket #pulledbeef #pulledpork

Smoky Slow Cooker Beef Brisket

Smoky Pulled Beef Brisket made in the Slow Cooker is smokey, savory, tender, moist, and full of flavor. In a delicious sauce, it goes great on a sandwich, over polenta, on rice, or potatoes. #slowcooker #crockpot #brisket #beefbrisket #pulledbeef #pulledpork

Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Keyword Beef, Brisket
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 6 hours
Servings 14 servings
Calories 613 kcal
Author Carrie Tyler

Ingredients

  • 3.5 lb Beef brisket, Flat Half
  • 1 tbsp chili powder
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp Hungarian paprika
  • 1 teaspoon coarsely ground pepper
  • 1 teaspoon Smoked Spanish Paprika
  • 2 small onions
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 cup beef broth

Instructions

Prep Ahead Instructions for your Beef Brisket

  1. Dice the Onion. Mince the garlic.

  2. Cut the Brisket into 2-3 pieces so that it fits into the slow cooker.

  3. Mix the 6 Spice Rub ingredients and rub all over the brisket pieces.

Cook your Beef Brisket

  1. Add half of the diced onion to the bottom of the slow cooker insert.

  2. Place the brisket pieces on top of the onion. Add the remaining diced onion and minced garlic. Pour Worcestershire sauce and beef broth over the roast.

  3. Cook roast in slow cooker for 4-6 hours on High setting or 8-10 hours on Low.

  4. Once the brisket is done cooking, remove it from slow cooker to a plate or cutting board for pulling or shredding it apart.

  5. Using a knife or a fork, scrape away any layer of fat. It should come off very easily. Discard the fat.

  6. Then using 2 forks, start to shred the meat. If the piece of meat is really large, you can cut it in half so the beef strands are not too long.

  7. Once the meat is shredded, add it back to the cooking liquid in the slow cooker.

Recipe Notes

NOTE: If you do not have a slow cooker, no fear!  Simply follow all of the same steps, but cook it in a dutch oven or small roasting pan with a lid in the oven at 375 F degrees.for 4 hours or until it is fall apart tender.

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