BBQ Brisket Plate

Who needs a big cookout with this quick and easy Barbeque Brisket dish made with baked beans and Minute® Ready to Serve White Rice!

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Cooking time
PREP TIME 3 mins
Cooking time
COOK TIME 3 mins
Servings
SERVES 1
Ready in
TOTAL TIME 6 mins

Ingredients

  • 1 cup Minute® Ready to Serve White Rice
  • 3-4 oz sliced, cooked brisket
  • 1-2 tbsp barbecue sauce
  • 1/4 cup baked beans
  • sliced pickles and onions

Instructions

  • Get ready to enjoy this Barbeque Brisket Plate, served with Minute®  Ready to Serve White Rice and baked beans.

    Step 1

    Heat rice according to package directions.

    Step 2

    Combine brisket and sauce in a small, microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on HIGH for 1-2 minutes.

    Step 3

    Add beans and microwave for 30-60 seconds, until heated through.

    Step 4

    Serve brisket and beans over rice, garnished with pickles and onions.

What is Brisket?

A beef brisket is made from the breast of a cow. Although not a particularly tender part of the cow, it is braised, roasted or smoked to soften it up while giving it an incredible flavor. Due to its rough texture, it’s better to slow cook your brisket at a low temperature.

Make Your own Barbeque Sauce

You can make your own barbeque sauce in no time at all by mixing together ketchup, apple cider vinegar, brown sugar, honey, Worcestershire sauce, stone house seasoning, lemon juice and hot sauce.

For best results you will want to heat the mixture and then leave to simmer for around 10 minutes. Once you have mastered making your own BBQ sauce, why not try making this BBQ Tempeh Ribs Rice Bowl.

What are Baked Beans

Although commonly referred to as baked, these beans are actually stewed. Baked beans are typically made using navy beans which are native to North America and then stewed in a tomato based sauce. They are particularly enjoyed in the UK and make up a big part of the classic English breakfast.

Different Types of Pickles

Pickles can be prepared either by refrigeration, packing freshly or by processing them. Each of these methods affects the way that the pickles absorb the brine which will have an effect on their textures and tastes. Perhaps the most well known variety is the Dill pickle, however there are plenty of other types, for example gherkins or bread and butter pickles (which you may commonly find in sandwiches!) 

Try mixing in some pickles into a dish like this Bloody Mary Rice Salad to figure out which one is the best for you.

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