Looking to feed a crowd? Check out our delicious brisket recipes, from hearty ragu to impressive roasts.
Smash burgers are a huge TikTok trend. Here we've used Finest burgers to create a delicious riff on this hot new way to cook your patties. Give 'em a go!
This rich ragu recipe can be made in a batch and used again for other dishes - there's nothing like a cook once, eat twice dish!
This Italian favourite is a fantastic alternative to the traditional Bolognese sauce
Now here's a burger worth getting the barbecue out for – sweet, smoky, spicy and an all-round sensation, there'll be no regrets making this
This Malaysian beef curry needs to be simmered for two hours, but it's well worth the wait, as leaving it on a gentle heat results in fall-apart tender beef. The homemade spice mix packs a real flavour punch, too.
This flavoursome, one-pot wonder will definitely be a winner with the whole family
This is a great dish for entertaining as the oven does all the hard work, you just need to rustle up a few tasty sides for everyone to tuck into! It pairs fabulously with Yellow Tail Merlot - the subtle spice and red fruit notes of the wine work brilliantly with the dark, sweet meat.
This slow-cooked beef and kidney stew is the ultimate winter warmer to keep you toasty all throughout the colder months
This all-star spicy pot roast is the ultimate winter warmer and it couldn't be easier to make
Impress all your friends when you fire up the barbecue with this smoky, sweet and mouthwateringly tender BBQ brisket
There aren't many dishes more comforting than a fiery chilli con carne abd this new spin uses diced smoky beef brisket, which gives an amazing texture and a wonderful depth of flavour
A delicious dish originating from Durban's Indian community. Rich beef curry, made with masses of cardamom, garlic and garam masala, served in a hollowed-out loaf, which soaks up the all gorgeous juices and fantastic flavours
A great alternative to a classic roast with Italian flavours and tender beef brisket
Serve up a tender slow-cooked brisket next time you are cooking for a crowd, drizzled with herby green salsa.
Slow cooking beef brisket is totally worth the wait: it makes the meat incredibly tender and adds even more flavour. Red wine, red cabbage and red apples are a sumptuous combo when slow-cooked with the beef. Enjoy with olive oil mash.