This is a traditional one pot meal in a pie.
This can also be made with leftovers from a boiled dinner.
Carrots (different color ones are best)
Potatoes (different color ones are best)
Honey mustard and onion pretzel pieces
Whole wheat flour
Step 2: Cook the Brisket
Lay out a large piece of foil.
Cut onions in rings an trim fat off the meat.
I poured some molasses over the top for sweetness
Rap up in foil
Poor one cup of your favorite beer and cook in oven for at 250 for three hours (go watch parade after making dough)
Drink rest of beer
Step 3: Make the Dough
1c Whole wheat flour
2c White flour
1c warm water or warm beer
Mix yeast, water or beer and salt (careful adding salt to beer) wait five minutes to proof the yeast
Add to flour and mix
Place covered in a warm spot while meat is cooking
Time is not exact for the meat or dough if the parade is good stay late no harm.
Step 4: Cut and Cook the Veggies
Cut the potatoes and carrots
I used precut cabbage mix (its cheep) but you could cut a fresh one
This is one thing i would change I would sweat the veggies at this point, the oven is to dry to cook them completely. So steam or sweat the veggies till about half cooked (microwave in covered dish for five minutes would also work) you're looking for tender crisp.
Step 5: Cut Up the Meat
Add about a cup of the pretzel peices for mustard flavor and texture
Save the onions
Step 6: Asemble
Add the cooked onions from meat
Add the meat on top
Add as much of the swiss cheese for that cheesey goodness as you want (other cheeses can be added)
Add a layer of cabbage mix
Top with root vegatables and more cheese and or pats of butter
Add top pie crust and add vent holes (A black bird would work well in this pie if you have one) (A diy black bird ibble would be good)
Cook at 350o for about an hour.
** a black bird is a ceramic vent that lets steem out of the pie shaped like a black bird Giant pies at castle parties had them as the poem goes
Baked in a pie.
When the pie was opened,
The birds began to sing;
Wasn't that a dainty dish,
To set before the king?"