Authorblend101
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Yields15 Servings
Prep Time20 minsCook Time12 hrsTotal Time12 hrs 20 mins

Ingredients
 5 kg Beef Brisket
 150 g Blend 101 Black Bessie
Tools
 1 Meat probe
 1 Pit probe
 1 Aluminium Foil

Prep
1

Heat oven/smoker to 250f

2

Remove all hard fat from brisket. Remove top 'tongue' of brisket (the flap on top of a packer brisket serves zero purpose)

3

Liberally sprinkle Blend 101 Black Bessie blend to completely cover the brisket.

Cook
4

Cook brisket at 250f until the internal temperature at the centre of the cut reaches 160f

5

Remove brisket and cover completely in aluminium foil (twice if needed)

6

Cook brisket until internal temperature reaches 203f. Begin to probe meat with a skewer. If the meat probes like butter, remove. If not, keep cooking until it does.

7

Once the meat has reached temperature, remove from smoker/oven and cover in a towel and leave in an esky until needed (upto 4hrs only)

Serving
8

Always cut the brisket with a large knife against the grain, keeping in mind that a brisket can and will have up to 3 separate grains.

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Ingredients

Ingredients
 5 kg Beef Brisket
 150 g Blend 101 Black Bessie
Tools
 1 Meat probe
 1 Pit probe
 1 Aluminium Foil

Directions

Prep
1

Heat oven/smoker to 250f

2

Remove all hard fat from brisket. Remove top 'tongue' of brisket (the flap on top of a packer brisket serves zero purpose)

3

Liberally sprinkle Blend 101 Black Bessie blend to completely cover the brisket.

Cook
4

Cook brisket at 250f until the internal temperature at the centre of the cut reaches 160f

5

Remove brisket and cover completely in aluminium foil (twice if needed)

6

Cook brisket until internal temperature reaches 203f. Begin to probe meat with a skewer. If the meat probes like butter, remove. If not, keep cooking until it does.

7

Once the meat has reached temperature, remove from smoker/oven and cover in a towel and leave in an esky until needed (upto 4hrs only)

Serving
8

Always cut the brisket with a large knife against the grain, keeping in mind that a brisket can and will have up to 3 separate grains.

Slow Smoked Beef Brisket

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