These Four Fantastic Recipes for Brisket Tacos produce tender juicy brisket that’s perfect for slightly-spicy brisket tacos! The brisket can be cooked low and slow in the slow cooker or quickly in the Instant Pot, so put this on your menu tomorrow for a Taco Tuesday dinner!
Whether the brisket is cooked in the slow cooker or in the Instant Pot, brisket tacos are a fabulous idea for a Taco Tuesday dinner. Spicy, flavorful, fall-apart brisket stuffed into tortillas and topped with guacamole, salsa, and maybe a little Cotija cheese sounds so delicious! We’ve updated this post to give you Four Fantastic Recipes for Brisket Tacos, so choose one that looks good and start planning the party!
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These Southwestern Chipotle Brisket Tacos from What’s Gaby Cooking sounds like a perfect dinner idea! Wouldn’t you love to come home to this Chipotle-spiced brisket that cooked all day in the slow cooker? Just stuff the brisket into a tortilla, add your favorite toppings, and your brisket tacos are ready to eat. Best of all, there are no worries about heating up the house when dinner cooks in the slow cooker!
This Instant Pot Chipotle Brisket from Fed and Fit is a great option to feed a group and you can have it ready with very little effort. Cassy Joy says the method is really simple but the finished product is impressive. All you need is a trimmed beef brisket and some kind of chipotle chili powder for this one.
Leigh Anne says these Slow Cooker Beef Brisket Tacos from Your Homebased Mom couldn’t be any easier or any more delicious! The brisket is cooked all day in the slow cooker until it’s tender and the meat shreds easily with a fork!
Slow Cooker Mexican Brisket from House of Yumm is perfect for brisket tacos, burritos, nachos, salads, or just about anything you want! Serene says it’s good to keep the juice the meat is cooked in so it can be spooned over the shredded meat to keep it moist. Serene also uses a poblano pepper but you could switch up the peppers if you want more heat.
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