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Smoking sirloin and whiskey

post #1 of 4
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I found an article in a  magazine  and modified it in to a smoking recipe

it came out yummmmy i thought i will share with you .

i took a  sirloin 2 lb removed most off  the fet DSC04473.JPG

 

 i use  2 cups kosher salt 2 cups brown sugar 1 cup off whiskey. mix off coriander garlic Blake pepper

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i  mix it in a bowl

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i put in a container 1/3 of the mixture  then the meat and then other 2\3 on top

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i rotate the meat every 12 hours and it  look like this after 24 hours

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i remove the meat after 24 hours and wash it well from the salt

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after it dry off  i rub it with Blake pepper, coriander, garlic

and in the smoker for 2 hours with oak wood

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first a quick bite on rye bread and then slice it for my sandwich to work

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post #2 of 4

That looks awesome.  Marinade sounds great.

post #3 of 4

Great looking sandwich meat...i bet every sandwich at work put a smile on your face. icon14.gif Hope your helpers got a taste also.

post #4 of 4

Great looking beef. I bet those sammies were good!

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