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Ideas for Brisket left overs
Who has some great Ideas for brisket left overs: reheating, various ideas to serve it , etc.?
I make a wine reduction sauce with mushrooms and toss in some brisket cuts at the end to heat up. It sure tastes good.
Simple ingredients, amazing results!
I made brisket tacos last time.
Columbia, SC --- LBGE 2011 -- MINI BGE 2013
Mine is in a big salad tonight
I did a brisket on Saturday and used the leftover flat to make a killer chili on Sunday:
1/2 pound dry kidney beans or 2 16-oz cans red kidney beans
2 14.5 oz cans tomatoes or 10 fresh roma tomatoes
2 pounds meat (brisket from the flat, ground beef, ground bison)
1-2 anaheim peppers
1 white onion
4 cloves garlic minced
2 teaspoons chili powder
2 teaspoons pepper
3 teaspoons cumin
1 teaspoon salt
mesquite wood chunks
shredded cheddar cheese
Bring grill up to 350 using mesquite lump and mesquite wood chunks.
Use raised grid.
Cut romas in half length-wise. Cut onion into circular sections maybe
1/4 inch thick. Place romas on the raised grid for 5 minutes per side.
After removing romas, it should be easy to remove their skin. Remove
the skin and briefly liquify the romas in a blender.
Place the onions on the raised grid for 5 minutes per side. Place the
anaheim and poblano peppers on the raised grid for 8-10 minutes per side.
Dice the onions after removing them from the grill. Put the peppers in
a sealed plastic bag for a few minutes. After a few minutes, remove the
peppers, peal off the skin, and dice the peppers.
Remove the raised grid from the grill. Spread a thin layer of olive oil
over the entire inside of a dutch oven. Put the dutch oven on the grill
and let it come up to temperature.
Put the meat and beans in the dutch oven. Add the tomatoes, onions,
diced peppers, and garlic. Add the chili powder, pepper, cumin, and salt.
Squirt in a bunch of mustard. Add in about 2-4 cups of water.
Cook it at 350 for about 1-2 hours. Check periodically to stir and make
sure water doesn't need to be added. You'll likely need to add 2 cups of
water several times during the cook.
10 minutes before serving, stir in the chopped cilantro.
When serving, top with sliced avocados and shredded cheddar cheese.
Optionally, mix in some diced habaneros.
Some things we make with leftover brisket:
Baked beans with brisket
Brisket fried rice
XL, Large, Small, Mini Eggs
Bay Area, CA
edited January 2013
It all looks good. It's cold and rainy here so I might have to go with the chili,
Chopped up, mix with sauce and made into sammiches
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