Same brand. Same aisle in my local grocery store. The box on the left has 2.0 ounces and the Kosher for Passover box has 1.9 ounces. The box on the left was marked $1.79 and the Kosher for Passover box was marked $2.79. The Kosher for Passover box had corn flour listed in the ingredients, as well as hydrogenated oil! Both versions were full of things you can't pronounce that you probably shouldn't ingest...
But I digress. Mah nishtanah! Ha.
3 pound brisket
1 Tablespoon + a separate measurement of 1/4 cup dried minced onion
1 Tablespoon + a separate measurement of 1/4 cup organic no salt seasoning (I used the Kirkland brand from Costco)
1 - 10 ounce jar of chili sauce (if you are concerned about Kashrut, make sure you choose something with no corn syrup)
1 - 12 ounce can of Coca-Cola
1 teaspoon of liquid smoke
Heat the oven to 325 degrees.
Heat up a pan on medium-high heat, adding about 1 Tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil, the 1 Tablespoon measurement of dried minced onion, and the 1 Tablespoon of organic no salt seasoning.
When the pan is hot and you start to smell the onions and seasonings, put the meat in the pan. Put the meat in fat side down first. I didn't notice that this particular cut had a pretty thick fat layer until it was too late; we'll see how that works out. Sprinkle a little more dried minced onion and no salt seasoning on the lean side while the fat side is browning. Brown it for about 5 minutes and then flip it to brown the other side for 5 minutes.
While you're browning the meat, you can line a roasting pan with heavy duty aluminum foil with enough hanging over the side to wrap around the brisket.
After browning, transfer the brisket into the roasting pan, fat side up. Make a few knife slits into the fat layer. Cover the brisket with the one can of Coca-Cola, one bottle of chili sauce, and then the 1/4 cup dried minced onion. Sprinkle the one teaspoon of liquid smoke on top. Loosely wrap the foil into a pouch around the brisket.