Ultimate Brisket

Ultimate Brisket

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Let's get cookin' on Ultimate Brisket, a delicious cut of meat perfect for barbecuing. Check out our tips for smoking it to perfection!

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Ultimate Brisket
 1 lb Brisket (per person)
 Dry rub blend: kosher salt, coarse black pepper, and your favorite chili powder
 0.25 cup Olive Oil (for pan)
1

Set your smoker temperature to 200-225°

2

Trim thick patches of fat and cut one corner across the grain to leave you a guide to slice when it's done (against the grain)

3

Dry rub both sides with kosher salt, coarse ground black pepper and your favorite chili powder

4

Smoke for 6-8 hours un-wrapped over a water pan (add 1/4 Olive oil to water in pan)

5

Check internal meat temp (at this point it should read 140°-150°)

6

Double wrap brisket in foil or peach butchers paper and put back on smoker

7

Internal temp should rise 10° every hour, but check meat with probe in the same spots through top of foil until it reaches 190°-200°

8

Brisket is done when probe goes in meat like going into soft butter (internal meat temperature is only a guide)

9

Let rest for about an hour before slicing. Add your favorite Country Bob's Barbecue Sauce and enjoy!

Ingredients

 1 lb Brisket (per person)
 Dry rub blend: kosher salt, coarse black pepper, and your favorite chili powder
 0.25 cup Olive Oil (for pan)

Directions

1

Set your smoker temperature to 200-225°

2

Trim thick patches of fat and cut one corner across the grain to leave you a guide to slice when it's done (against the grain)

3

Dry rub both sides with kosher salt, coarse ground black pepper and your favorite chili powder

4

Smoke for 6-8 hours un-wrapped over a water pan (add 1/4 Olive oil to water in pan)

5

Check internal meat temp (at this point it should read 140°-150°)

6

Double wrap brisket in foil or peach butchers paper and put back on smoker

7

Internal temp should rise 10° every hour, but check meat with probe in the same spots through top of foil until it reaches 190°-200°

8

Brisket is done when probe goes in meat like going into soft butter (internal meat temperature is only a guide)

9

Let rest for about an hour before slicing. Add your favorite Country Bob's Barbecue Sauce and enjoy!

Ultimate Brisket

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