Hawaiian Sweet & Sour Smoked Sausage
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See how brisket is turned into a tender, sweet and sour dinner your grandmother would approve of. All you need for this Jewish-style favorite are common ingredients you’re sure to have on hand in the pantry—ketchup, brown sugar, onion, and vinegar—and enough time to cook the brisket slowly, so it becomes tender. Watch the video, then get Louise's recipe for Jewish Style Sweet and Sour Brisket. Try more beef brisket recipes>>