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Another Leftover Brisket Thread

tbrtt1

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I have posted a few things I have done with leftover brisket. Shepherd's Pie, omelet, tacos etc. Well, I did one of those omelets yesterday and had a little of my quasi ranchero sauce. Hmmmm, sauce, brisket, corn tortillas..........Eureka! ENCHILADAS!

Combining 2 of the best foods Texas has to offer can be dangerous.

I just needed to stretch the sauce a little and make sure I had some grated cheese and off we went. 

The sauce:


Just lightly brown a little oil and flour with some chili powder. Just barely brown it. We're not going for gumbo roux here. Add some stock slowly and whisk. Add some cumin, oregano, salt and pepper. Then a little tomato sauce. 

To grow it to have enough for the enchiladas I added some water and some Taco Bell seasoning. Worked like a charm. 


Brisket chopped/pulled and warmed just a tad


This is a must,lightly frying the tortillas:


Put a little brisket in


Roll em up and put them on a coat of the sauce


Baked em at 375 for about 10 minutes then added cheese and put them back in for about 5-7 to melt the cheese. 


Felt like I needed a veggie on the plate so I added a few Poblano poppers from this weekends smoke. 



 

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Oh Yea!!!

Those look delicious!

Point!

Al
 

hayskip

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I made some killer French dip with the last brisket I had leftovers of. But man those look great. Deffinately adding that to my to do list.
 

tbrtt1

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I made some killer French dip with the last brisket I had leftovers of. But man those look great. Deffinately adding that to my to do list.
I've done some "Texas" Cheese Steaks using brisket. But the French Dip sounds awesome. Thanks for the idea. I can use the drippings!. 
 

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