Traditional Texas Beef Brisket recipe that will help you get a great piece of smoked meat. This basic recipe gives you all you need to know to smoke a great brisket. From here you can learn to take your brisket to a whole new level.
This delicious brisket is coated in a sweet rub and slow smoked to perfection. Of course, you can adjust the heat by using mild or hot chili powder.
The rub used for this smoked brisket should be prepared as a thick paste, which will help it adhere to the meat.
If you like your brisket on the spicy side, then this recipe is for you!
This is another Southwestern style brisket recipe. If you decide to use cumin seeds instead of cumin powder, try toasting them quickly in a hot skillet for a minute to get the flavors out before you crush them.
This brisket recipe calls for rub made of chipotle peppers. Just make sure that the peppers are finely ground before using.
Here is another brisket recipe for you to try. This recipe has a fantastic dry mustard rub that gives a wonderful flavor to almost anything, including, brisket, lamb, or pork.
This is a nice twist to a traditional brisket. This recipe calls for a sangria marinade and sauce that is sure to enhance an already delicious smoked brisket.
Walter Jetton cooked his Beef Brisket for President Johnson and whatever foreign leaders and dignitaries Lyndon brought home with him. This is his recipe. This barbecue beef brisket is not cooked in a smoker. It is braised in a black pot. Walter Jetton was one of the old style Texas barbecue cooks that didn't have a smoker. He cooked everything chuckwagon style on an open pit over a hardwood fire.