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Leftover Brisket Chili! With Q-view

post #1 of 8
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Had some leftover brisket from Christmas day and needed to do something with it so I fired up my dutch oven and made some chili.  I used my competition bean chili recipe and just cut back on the ground pork and added my brisket left over from a few days prior.

 

It turned out great!  Too bad I don't have the time on "cook day" to smoke a brisket first to use in my comp chili!

 

Here are some pics..enjoy!

 

A little onion and green pepper in some bacon fat..

 

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Dump one and dump two(spices that is)

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Greying up the pork and beef

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Leftover brisket and some "heat" from the neighbors garden.  Slightly roasted/blended jalapenos 

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Before brisket dump

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After brisket dump and about to chow down.

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Thanks for looking and all your help on the briskets in the first place!

post #2 of 8

Looks Awesome! Makes me want to go home and cook some chilli!

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Now your chili looks good. I have always cooked my chili with big chunks of meat instead of just plain ground beef. I think it is better.

post #4 of 8

Looks great!  One of my favorite things to do with left over brisket... OH YEAH!  Nice job!

 

-Salt

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Now your chili looks good. I have always cooked my chili with big chunks of meat instead of just plain ground beef. I think it is better.



Why thank you sir!  In my chili comps we have to use "ground" (CASI) but I usually ask for a chili grind which is much more coarse than your regular ground beef.  If the "local" comps were ICS they would use "cubed" meat.  I also attempt not to "break up" the ground beef when I use regular because I don't want "Hormel/Cincinnati" chili either!

 

PS Love your outdoor kitchen!

post #6 of 8

That's some great looking chili Mike. Nothing better than a bowl of chili on a cold winter day, and it's cold down here in Florida today!

post #7 of 8

Your Chili looks great

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That's some great looking chili Mike. Nothing better than a bowl of chili on a cold winter day, and it's cold down here in Florida today!



Thanks Al!  I heard it was a little nippy down there today!  Have fun with that, supposed to be 65 here tomorrow, very very rare at this time of year!

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