Brisket Burnt Ends
Brisket Burnt Ends
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Brisket Burnt Ends are an amazing addition to your summer BBQ that requires minimal effort and tastes delicious! Tender chunks of beef, smoked until the meat falls apart and smothered in A&O PitBoss bbq sauce. This dish is a real crowd pleaser that requires a long smoking time (so start these early!)
1 x Coombe Farm Organic Point End Brisket (approx 1.8kg)
6 tbsp Angus & Oink MooMami
150ml Brown Sugar
Apple Cider Vinegar
American style mustard
Lay the point end brisket on a flat surface and apply a light coat of American style mustard over all sides of the brisket (this acts as a binder). Season the brisket with Angus & Oink MooMami seasoning then pop in the fridge until you are ready to smoke.
Set up your bbq/smoker with a generous amount of lumpwood charcoal and light some firelighters. As the coal begins to catch, add some smoking wood to your bbq (oak is a great choice for beef. Cherry wood is also nice and gives your meat a lovely colour and flavour). Set your bbq for indirect heat, close the lid and allow the smoke to reach 100c-110c.
Remove the brisket from the fridge and insert a meat thermometer (set the internal meat temperature to 73c/165f). Lay the brisket on your grill and close the bbq lid. Combine apple cider vinegar and water in equal parts and pour into a spray bottle. Spritz the brisket every 30-45 minutes to prevent it drying out and to form a nice bark.
When the internal temperature reaches 73c, wrap the brisket in butchers’ paper or foil and return to the bbq. Return to the bbq and let the internal temperature reach 90c. At this point you want to remove the brisket from the foil and drain any liquid into a jug.
Lay the brisket on a chopping board and cube the meat into 1 inch cubes. Transfer the meat into a roasting tin and toss through with A&O PitBoss BBQ Sauce and brown sugar (add a splash of apple cider vinegar if you like). Return the uncovered pan to the bbq and smoke for a couple of hours at around 10c or until the burnt ends are caramelised and have absorbed the liquid.