Great brisket and Midwest brisket are both good brisket marinade recipes. Great brisket uses orange and apple juices to bring out the flavor of the meat.
To prepare great brisket, mix 1 cup orange juice and 1 cup apple juice in a non-porous glass bowl to marinate and add 6 pounds beef brisket, tossing to coat. Cover with a plastic wrap and refrigerate for about four to six hours and remove the brisket, discarding remaining marinade. Cover the brisket with 1/3 cup steak rub and wrap it in plastic before refrigerating for about eight hours or overnight. Preheat your oven to 170 degrees Fahrenheit, bake the brisket for about eight to 10 hours, and then slice across the grain of the meat. This recipe makes eight servings.
To prepare Midwest brisket, combine 4 tablespoons liquid smoke flavoring, 4 tablespoons Worcestershire and 2 tablespoons garlic salt, 1/2 chopped onion and 2 tablespoons celery seed, and then place the brisket in a non-metal dish with the fatty side down. Pour marinade over the meat and cover before refrigerating for eight hours or overnight. Preheat your oven to 300 degrees Fahrenheit and roast the meat from marinade, placing the fatty side up. Roast for about five hours or until tender. This recipe makes six servings.