Smoked Brisket Texas style. Traditionally Texas style brisket is cooked with post oak but I don't have any, so I'm going with the next best option and that's Pecan. Texas style smoked BBQ brisket is tricky, and if you are new to low and slow smoking in general, I recommend you start with pulled pork. Pork butt is much more forgiving, and you can overcook it without severe consequences.
Ingredients of Smoked Brisket Texas style
- Du brauchst 5 kg of beef brisket.
- Du brauchst 55 g of crushed black pepper.
- Es ist 45 g of sea salt.
- Es ist Dash of squeezy yellow mustard (eg French's).
I'll have a post later on that delves into trimming. But for starters, you'll want to trim off all but a quarter inch At the end of the day, you'll grilling for friends and family, so don't over think it, just do what feels right. The best rub for Texas style smoked brisket is. Our traditional Texas-style brisket results in a tasty piece of smoked meat.
Smoked Brisket Texas style Schritt für Schritt
- Trim the brisket of excess fat and sinew. It's best to use your own judgement, but you can find instruction online. Mix your rub, you can adjust to your own taste, my preference is above..
- Squeeze a small amount of mustard on to either side of the brisket, then add your rub – the mustard should be a very thin layer, just to enable the rub to adhere and the rub should be an even coating..
- Wrap in cling film and chill. Then prepare your cooking method. For an oven – heat to 150°C and towards the end allow the meat to come up to room temperature. For a BBQ/smoker – light your fire and wait until the smoke burns clear..
- When your cooker is ready, place the meat inside and leave. For an oven; it's best placed over a pan of stock, covered in foil and left for five hours. On a BBQ/smoker it will depend on the size of your brisket – for a 5kg joint, I would say maximum two hours in the smoke, then wrap in foil and leave maintaining the heat. It will be done when the temperature internally is around 90°C..
- If oven-cooked, wrap in foil and allow to rest till cool enough to slice/shred. If BBQ'd/smoked, allow to cool for 1/2 hour then slice. Serve as you see fit..
Learn how to do it in just a few simple steps. Preheat smoker and add wood chips (follow your instruction manual). Set the brisket on a large sheet of plastic wrap. In a medium bowl combine the dark brown sugar, chili power, paprika, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper, cayenne, dry mustard, and cumin thoroughly. Try barbecue Texas style, which is the beef brisket — if there is any sauce, it is a thin, spicy pan sauce made from the meat drippings.