Beef Brisket Dry Rubs
Need a good beef brisket dry rub? From cumin to chili to garlic, these easy beef brisket dry rub recipes let you cook meat low and slow to build rich flavors.See Popular Beef Brisket Dry Rubs Recipes
A popular way to cook brisket is slowly in a smoker. This Davis Dry Rub and homemade barbecue sauce
A wonderful blend of three different chilies combined with an earthy cumin and sweet dark sugar make this a delicious rub for beef and pork.
To get a jump start on this recipe, you can season the brisket up to 1 day ahead.
Moist and tender, this beef brisket recipe gets a triple dose of flavor from a wine mop sauce, a black pepper rub, and a tomatoey barbecue sauce.
In this wet rub, we let the aromatic champion take center stage-a sure winner for the garlic lover in all of us. This rub is so versatile, we think it's great with virtually any meat or vegetable. Use on: Extra-firm tofu, shrimp, scallops, salmon, mahi-mahi, chicken, duck, pork, beef, lamb.
A relatively inexpensive cut of meat, a brisket needs to tenderize overnight before it's baked. Here we use a full-flavored, smoky barbecue dry rub, then it's slowly baked and basted. Brisket cuts are notoriously fatty, but the flat "first-cut" section is a far better choice for healthy eating than the fattier "point cut." It may be worth calling ahead to make sure your supermarket or butcher has one on hand.
While anyone can wow dinner guests with filet mignon or another expensive cut of meat, a truer test of cooking skill is transforming a less choice cut, such as beef brisket, into a meal that is tantalizing and unforgettably scrumptious. Beef brisket is cut from the breast or chest portion of a cow or calf. It's a tougher, fattier cut of meat than what most of us might prefer, but slow-cooked and drenched in tangy barbecue sauce, beef brisket becomes extraordinary. Knowing how to cook beef brisket just right is a process that begins long before you heat your smoker, grill or oven.
When it's done right, there's nothing better than a beef brisket. A Sunday-supper staple for generations, brisket is all that we love about beef--it's tender and full of meaty flavor. But this is no ordinary pot roast.
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Brisket is an incredibly tender and flavorful beef cut. And it's makes an especially divine dinner when slow-cooked in red wine!
Holidays used to be called "feast days," and feast days meant one thing: large cuts of juicy meat to carve and share. Whether for formal holiday feasts or casual open-house buffets, roasts are still stunning centerpieces for festive gatherings. Given how crowd-pleasing they are, roasts are also remarkably easy to cook.
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For a new twist on your next summer outing make this barbecued brisket. The meat becomes tender and juicy with barbeque drizzled on top - sure to be a hit at your next meal.For a new twist on your next summer outing make this barbecued brisket. The meat becomes tender and juicy with barbeque drizzled on top - sure to be a hit at your next meal.