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Is there a way to make burnt ends with a chuck roast? I have never done it before and want to try, but don't even know how to start. I don't want to use the whole roast for burnt ends, just some of it. Is it possible?

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Is there a way to make burnt ends with a chuck roast? I have never done it before and want to try, but don't even know how to start. I don't want to use the whole roast for burnt ends, just some of it. Is it possible?

 

You can make something similar that will still be very good. Take however much chuck you want to use & cube it into burnt end sized pieces - a little under an inch. Put your favorite beef rub on them & smoke at 225 - 250* for 2 - 3 hours then put your favorite sauce on them & put them back in for several more hours till they are nice & tender. They aren't exactly the same as burnt ends but they are very good.

 

There is a thread on here somewhere where someone made something similar with another cut - I will see if I can find it for you...

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Found it - here you go  http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/160079/faux-burnt-ends  These were made with top round but same idea & it has pics so it should help  Thumbs Up 

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Thnaks for the question, and what a great idea.... in this game, cheats like this are a great help to save some time and money

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And thanks for those that found the original post... I see giving this a try this week... I'll post it up and let you know how it goes..

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