1. 5 stars
    I saw the pictures on Facebook and just had to give it a try, it was absolutely delicious and cooked to perfection, many thanks.

  2. 5 stars
    I love a brisket roast and this was so good, will be cooking it again and now i am waiting for the leftover recipes 😉

  3. 5 stars
    Never cooked a roast before in an air fryer and saw this with some really detailed instructions, thank you i now have the confidence to cook it again.

    1. Hi Heather,

      With it been beef the meat does not have any bacteria on it so it should be fine at whatever temperature. We have it medium rare as this is how we liked it, if you wanted it more cooked then up the time bit by bit. When i was cooking in a kitchen some people would like there steak blue, which is virtually raw, so it really depends on how you want to cook it.

      But if the temperature i always go by is 70C/140f 🙂

    1. Hi Jenny,

      Thanks, a 4lb rolled brisket would just fit but a 5lb brisket i would think you would be pushing it. The problem is the brisket ends up getting too close the heating element and burns, this is what happened when we tried the brisket in our Philips XL air fryer, the basket sits too high. The air fryer in the recipe is the Cosori XL and the basket fits lower so you can fit a larger joint into it 🙂

  4. 5 stars
    I have always cooked brisket in my instant pot but I am using your. Menu in my Ninga twin in one tray and potatoes and vegetables in the other. The brisket weighs 9.902 so it will fit in one tray of the Ninga. Any view on this?

    1. Hi Reg,

      It all sounds really good but we have not yet used a double air fryer so we cannot say on how it will be cooked but just keep checking everything every 15 minutes to keep an eye on things 🙂

  5. 5 stars
    Help. I had a small piece of brisket – 500g and halved the cooking time. Cooked for 25 minutes. The brisket looked really good when cooked and rested but was tough to eat. Should I have cooked it for longer? I would be grateful if you could let me know where I went wrong.

    Many thanks.

    1. Hi Helen,

      This could be a number of things, like the quality of the meat but if you used your usual place then it could be that the cooking time could be out as we cooked a 1.2kg brisket so depending on how you like your meat then may be it needed longer to cook, but with so many variables we cannot be sure 100% about why it was tough 🙂

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