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Brisket Flat on the UDS - QView

post #1 of 6
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I just finished my UDS on Friday (8/20), so I had to throw a brisket on for it’s maiden voyage. I wanted to try the in-the-pan method this time, so I set a roasting rack inside the pan to hold it off the bottom.  I definitely noticed the bark wasn’t the same, as well as the smoke ring. Still had plenty of smokey taste though.  I had my first experience with the dreaded stall. This has never happened since I usually run my briskets at 250 degrees, or else I’ve just been lucky this far.

 

Meat: Brisket (flat) 4.45 lbs

Rub: Three Little Pigs – Memphis Style

Injection: Beef Broth and Dales Steak Seasoning

Spritz: Beef Broth, Dales Steak Seasoning, Turbinado Sugar (every half hour)

Smoker: UDS #2

Fuel: Kingsford Comp/El Sahuaro Lump/Peach Wood Chunks

Temp: 225

Duration: 6.5 hours (stalled in the 140’s for 2.5 hours)

 

 

 

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Un-Trimmed


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Trimmed Up


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Fire basket ready to go


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Injection: 4 parts broth, to 1 part Dale's

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Spritz: Simmered this all together to break down the turbinado sugar, and spritzed every half hour

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After resting in it's rub overnight

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Injecting

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This was a good rub, first time I had tried it. Recommended by the good folks at BBQ Island in Chandler, AZ


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Running right where I wanted it

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Here it is after an hour or so.

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Flipped after about 3.5 hours

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Pulled at 190. Here it is after tenting and resting for an hour

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Sliced up with au jus poured back over

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post #2 of 6

Now your brisket looks fabulous there Thunder. It looks mighty tastey with the Au Jus and all.

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Originally Posted by mballi3011 View Post

Now your brisket looks fabulous there Thunder. It looks mighty tastey with the Au Jus and all.

 

I think that's the best part when eating the leftovers. Really keeps the flavor on the meat

 

post #4 of 6

That just makes me very hungry

post #5 of 6

A nice bowl of goodness being attacked as I type !

 

Bear

post #6 of 6

Excellent! I bet that wont last long. I'm liking your injection fluid, got it written dowwn.

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