A delicious low-carb recipe to make in your crock pot

Low carb, high flavor!

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Here’s a proper charmer among low-carb crock pot recipes. Tender, succulent and flavor packed Coffee-braised brisket demonstrates a wide range of benefits of the crock pot. Low carb, high in flavor.

Having friends over for dinner, or just feel like you want to treat yourself with something special? Coffee-braised brisket will make your taste buds go wild, take your gourmet senses for a spin and leave you wanting more. Best thing about this exquisite slow cooked recipe, you can have another plate without worry – it’s very low carb.

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This low-carb crock pot recipe isn’t only incredibly tasty, it’s also simple and easy to make. All you need is a nice cut of meat, some spices, a crock pot and time to simmer it into flavor perfection.

The recipe is based on a large cut of meat and can be enough to feed a small party. On the other hand, it can be stored in a refrigerator for a while as an exquisite treat. It takes 4 – 10 hours to make, depending on the time you have at hand.

All things worthwhile take time, and this prince of flavor in the realm of low-carb crock pot recipes is about the best gastronomic investment you can make with your day. One of the benefits of the crock pot is that it does the work for you. Once you turn the heat on, you’re free to relax while your meal simmers towards perfection.

Ingredients for your Coffee-braised brisket
To get this low-carb crock pot magic cooking, we need the following ingredients:

  • 10-pound beef brisket, boneless.
  • 1 tablespoon of ground coffee.
  • 1 tablespoon of paprika.
  • 1 tablespoon of balsamic vinegar.
  • 2 tablespoons of brown sugar.
  • 1 teaspoon of ground black pepper.
  • 1 teaspoon of salt- 2 large onions.
  • 1/2 cup brewed coffee.

A few preliminary tips:

The most important ingredient is the meat itself. You need to find a nice quality cut of boneless beef brisket in order to make the dream meal you’re aiming for.
Brew the coffee strong. This champion among low-carb crock pot recipes separates from the crowd by its magnetic coffee aroma. 1/2 cup coffee you add needs to pack a strong flavor punch in order to infuse the brisket with the aroma we’re after. Instead of brown sugar, you can use a variety of sugar substitutes available on the market like Sugar Twin® Granulated brown.
Make sure to follow package directions to measure the right amount of product to match 2 tablespoons needed for our recipe.

Coffee-braised brisket steps:

Step 1.
Combine the spices in a bowl. Mix together brown sugar, the tablespoon of ground coffee, garlic powder, paprika, salt and pepper.

Next thing we need to do is remove undesired fat from our meat. We’re making the meal low carb, and don’t need excess fat cheats. Take the knife and carefully trim the fat from the brisket.

Now it’s rubbing time. Take the spices mixture and rub it all over the brisket, covering all surfaces.

Step 2.
Place the meat in your crock cooker. If needed, cut it in a way it can comfortably fit in your cooker. Cut the onions into slices and place them over the brisket. Mix together coffee and vinegar and pour the flavor packing mixture over the brisket and onions.

Step 3.
Cover your crock cooker and let it simmer on low-heat for 9 – 10 hours. If you had a busy day and want to spare some time, set it on high-heat and the simmering time will reduce to 4 – 5 hours.

Once it’s done, take the brisket out, on to a cutting board. Use a sharp knife to slice the meat across the grain. Once you remove the onions, use the cooking liquid as a rich sauce to coat the slow cooked tender beef when serving.

A perfect low-carb crock pot meal!

Cooking low-carb has never been easier. Benefits of the crock pot will be visible from the moment of opening the cover. The flavors will be infused to perfection, and the brisket cooked to a tender perfection that melts in your mouth.

This delicious low-carb meal can accommodate even the largest of appetites while it’s unique powerful flavor provides a feast to remember. Enjoy!

A delicious low-carb recipe to make in your crock pot
October 18, 2016

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