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Enhance your recipes with a spoonful of Knorr Granulated Beef Bouillon, a savory combination of beef flavor with just the right amount of seasoning. Knorr Granulated Bouillon is convenient, simple to use, and adds a flavorful touch to beef-based dish, soups, beans, and Latin dishes like ropa vieja. Each package comes with 12 jars; one jar makes 45 cups of broth.
1. Season brisket with 2 tsp. bouillon.
2. Heat oil in 6-quart saucepot or Dutch oven over medium-high heat and brown brisket. Remove brisket and set aside.
3. Cook green peppers in same saucepot, stirring occasionally, 4 minutes or until tender. Stir in garlic and cook 30 seconds. Stir in all remaining ingredients. Add brisket. Bring to a boil over high heat. Reduce heat to low and simmer covered, stirring occasionally, 3-½ hours or until brisket is tender.
4. Remove from heat. Remove brisket from pot and cool slightly. Shred brisket with two forks, then return to sauce mixture; heat through. Serve, if desired, over hot cooked rice.
Tip: Also makes a great filling for burritos and tacos. Serve in warmed tortillas with guacamole, shredded cheese, sour cream, or your favorite toppings.
Prep time: 15 minutes
Cook time: 225 minutes
The Knorr brand was founded in 1838 when Carl Heinrich Knorr recognized the need for quickly prepared, nutritious meals. He went to extraordinary lengths to create an innovative process to retain nutritional value while cutting down cook time. Now, Knorr has become an international brand reaching more than 320 million people daily through side dishes, bouillons, sauces, gravies, soups, baking bags, seasonings, and dressings. Today, Knorr products are sold in more than 80 countries.
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Ive been using this for years and the boneheads at Knorr decided to change the recipe. If it has a red label above the cow its no good. Only the brown label you see is good. Read morePublished 2 months ago by superfreakster