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Brisket Travis Style Sauce

Thought I would start a new thread. How do you finish the sauce with the wet from the Travis method brisket?
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  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 11,214
    First taste it and see if you like it.  It's gonna be really smokey.  Then treat the same as drippings (gravy).  Or I guess you could add it to BBQ sauce.
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  • and it will be crazy salty too. and 50% fat. you'll need to skim the fat and see if you like what's left. You can add it to your bbq sauce but once you do that, unlike regular sauce, you have a week before it goes bad (you have to treat it like the brisket itself. 5-7 days then out). 

    If you dont get all the fat, it will harden in the sauce when you refrigerate it....yuck.



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