KETO DIET Keto Dinner Ideas

Keto Brisket

Keto Brisket

It will melt in your mouth to eat this Keto Brisket beef! incredible flavors, low carb, and gluten free!


There are many fantastic meat cuts, like tenderloin, sirloin, and rice eye, but one of my faves is this delectable, slow-cooked beef brisket. This brisket dish will delight the entire family because it is perfectly seared and then cooked slowly for delectable sweetness.

A beef/veal brisket is a cut of meat taken from the breast/lower chest. Because the brisket is the region of the animal’s muscle that supports around 60% of its weight, it is often a tough cut of meat.

This meat needs to be cooked slowly, either by baking or roasting, to make it more soft. Additionally, frequently basting the meat keeps it moist. I modified the recipe by heavily salting the beef overnight to help break down the connective tissue, which produced a tastier, more juicy, and tender brisket.


The kind of cuisine like this is best made on the weekend when you have more time and can bast the meat about once an hour.

The beef will still be delicious if you cook it in your slow cooker during a hectic work week, but cooking it on low for 8 to 10 hours is preferred to cooking it on high for a shorter time. Although I believe roasting in my Dutch oven produces the best flavor, slow cooking will also work if that’s what you like.



We are true carnivores because my husband and I follow the Keto diet. We adore all sorts of meat, but the one change I made—moving away from lean meat in favor of higher-fat meats—was the one that convinced my husband to try the keto diet after many years of refusing to do so. When my husband noticed this fantastic shift in our meat preferences, he was finally ready to make the necessary adjustments since he believed he could lose weight while eating all of these higher-fat meats. Leaner meats weren’t as satisfying when I was only following a lower-carb diet, but this tweak really won my spouse over. If you’re not sure how a Low Carb diet and a Keto diet vary, this post will explain everything.

Meal preparation

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More Delicious Beef Recipes:

Preparation 20 minutes
4 hours to prepare; 4 hours 20 minutes overall
8 servings each weighing 6 ounces


  • 4 lbs. of beef brisket
  • Garlic powder, two tablespoons
  • 2 teaspoons of powdered onion
  • paprika, two tablespoons
  • 1 teaspoon each of salt and pepper
  • Avocado oil, 2 tablespoons
  • two mugs of beef bone broth
  • 1/2 cup of red wine


  1. The brisket should be heavily seasoned with coarse sea salt the evening before you plan to serve it for supper and should be kept in the refrigerator overnight under cover.
  2. Set the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit. One hour should pass before grilling the meat on the counter. Sprinkle the brisket with the mixture of salt, pepper, paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, and onion powder after patting it into the meat. Sprinkle the mixture evenly over the brisket.
  3. In a Dutch oven, warm the avocado oil over medium-high heat. The brisket should be seared for about five minutes per side.

Pour wine and broth into the Dutch oven. Any vegetable, including celery, onions, and carrots, may be added to the pot. The meat should be fork tender after 3–4 hours of baking covered. Every hour, wash.


Since a 4 pound beef brisket, which is 64 ounces, will shrink by around 25%, you should have about 48 ounces left over. That works out to 6 ounces per serving for 8 persons.


Serving size: 1serving, 412 kcal in calories, 1 g of carbohydrates, 49 g of protein, 20 g of fat, 6 g of saturated fat, 140 mg of cholesterol, 493 mg of sodium, 792 mg of potassium, 245 IU of vitamin A, 0.1 mg of vitamin C, 13 mg of calcium, and 4.6 mg of iron.

Another Variation Of The Recipe

Keto Beef Brisket in the Instant Pot

This delicate and juicy Keto Beef Brisket in the Instant Pot is so simple to make that you’ll want to make it again and again. Along with being unbelievably tasty, it is also devoid of dairy, nuts, and eggs.
Although I adore beef brisket, for some reason I’ve never felt confident preparing it at home. You might possibly be avoiding brisket since it might be difficult if not prepared properly or cooked for a sufficient amount of time.


  • a 2.5-pound beef brisket
  • 1/4 cup (or any sugar free supermarket brand) (or any sugar free store brand)
  • 2 tablespoons of avocado oil or another mild oil
  • (peeled)FOUR onion slices,
  • 3/4 cup of water
  • apple cider vinegar, 2 tablespoons
  • 2 teaspoons of ketchup without sugar


  1. Rub barbecue seasoning all over the beef.
  2. The Saute setting on the Instant Pot warms the oil.
  3. Put seasoned brisket in pot. Sear9each side) THREE minutes.
  4. Four onion slices are added to the bottom of the saucepan after being removed with tongs.
  5. Stack the onions on top of the brisket, fat side up.
  6. Whisk ketchup, apple cider vinegar, and water together. Around the brisket, pour.
  7. As directed by the manufacturer, cover and seal.
  8. Set the timer for 60 minutes and select Manual, High Pressure.
  9. Use the rapid release feature to release steam and pressure after cooking is complete.
  10. Lock the lid and carefully remove it once all steam has been expelled.
  11. Remove brisket to a chopping board. Let TEN minutes(before slicing) to rest .
  12. Together with the onions and pan juices, serve the sliced brisket.


Net carbohydrates per serving: 1g
5 minutes for preparation
Time to Cook: 66 minutes
Recipes for Keto Dinners
American cuisine is the method.


Size of serving: two slices (about 4 ounces)

380 calories

Fat: 28g

1g of carbohydrates

0g of fibre

29g of protein

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