BBQ brisket grilled pimento cheese sandwich. Succulent BBQ Beef Brisket, in a grilled cheese sandwich. This recipe is a great way to use up leftover slow cooked beef brisket. Today I'm bringing you a super simple way to use up leftovers from roasts and slow cooked meats in the form of a gooey, cheesy, comforting toasted sandwich but.
Ingredients of BBQ brisket grilled pimento cheese sandwich
- Du brauchst 1 pkg of frozen Texas toast garlic bread, room temperature (8 slices).
- Du brauchst 1 cup of Pimento Cheese (store bought or homemade).
- Es ist of Smoked brisket (leftovers).
- Es ist of BBQ sauce.
- Es ist of Shredded cheese (whatever cheese you like).
Refrigerate the pimiento cheese until ready to serve. Remove the brisket from the oven, and transfer the meat to a cutting board. Brisket sandwich is all you need to know. Don't worry, you'll thank us later.
BBQ brisket grilled pimento cheese sandwich Anleitung
- Let the garlic bread slices come to room temperature. I also like sliced tomatoes on my grilled cheese..
- Heat up the brisket and bbq sauce together. Set aside..
- Next assemble. On 1 side of the bread on top of the garlic butter smear on the Pimento Cheese. Add the tomato slice if you want. Top with brisket and bbq sauce. Top with shredded cheese. Place second garlic bread slice. Make all of them to be ready to grill them..
- Heat your pan and once hot add in your sandwiches. Once starts to color on bottom flip and top with heavy pan to squish. Keep an eye on them to flip again until melty and golden brown. I served with tomato soup and chips..
These White BBQ Brisket Sandwiches, which I consider pretty guilt-free because they are bite-sized and therefore perfect for a party or for when you have I made everything from scratch: biscuits, pulled brisket, white BBQ sauce and pimento cheese. However, feel free to find the store-bought version. Made with Cabot Pimento Cheese, this grilled cheese is an amazing twist on the classic sandwich and is full of delicious flavor. Place ⅓ cup of the pimento cheese on one slice of the bread, being careful not to spread it too close to the edges. When the sandwich cooks, the cheese will melt and fill.