Brisket is often the star of a traditional Passover meal. This crowd-pleasing rendition is oven-braised low and slow with red wine and aromatics. Root vegetables like carrots and parsnips cook in the same roasting pan, making this a one-pot meal. For step-by-step photos, see our Brisket 101 How-To.
This brisket can be cooked a day in advance; let the meat and vegetables cool in the pan in their juices, and then cover and refrigerate. Reheat, covered, in a 350-degree oven until warmed through, about 30 minutes, and then proceed with the sauce.
Delicious! I got nervous after step 3 as the internal temp of the brisket was already close to 200 degrees. I turned down the oven temp to 275 for the final hour and took out the meat and let the veggies stay in the oven for an extra 15 minutes. Next time I would add the veggies after step three and turn down the oven to 275.