Left over brisket, what to do

Discussion in 'Beef' started by abelman, Jul 2, 2008.

  1. abelman

    abelman Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    I have posted on this before but figured I'd throw this out again as a lot of smoking will be taking place this week and maybe, just maybe someone might have some leftovers.

    We vacuum pack leftovers as I always try and make more food than we'll eat so we can have some good vittles when time is an issue. So, I did the Asian Stir Fry again as it's one of my favorites. I also tried smoking an artichoke. More on that later.

    Here's a run through of what the meal is: leftover brisket, leftover veggies I smoke under the brisket during the smoke, thin spagetti noodles (or rice noodles if you can find them) cabbage, celery, onions, garlic, red pepper flakes, Lizano Salsa, and EVOO.

    I tried the artichokes for the first time and I need to do some work there but I think I'll get it figured out. Saved these in a veggie steamer and was still good.

    For reference, here's the link from the last time this was posted as it has the recipe in there if anyone wants it. Also the English muffins had noting to do with this, they just shuck into the shot. http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/for...ad.php?t=15038
  2. cowgirl

    cowgirl Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Mmmmmm, that looks really good Abelman!!
  3. richtee

    richtee Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    RE: Artichokes.

    Make a mix of 50/50 Progresso Italian breadcrumbs, or a seasoned breadcrumb mix with cheap <Kraft> Parm grated cheese. Add a teaspoon of powdered garlic if ya like..I do! Wash 'chokes, spread leaves. Squeeze a lemon wedge inside, then pack whole thing with the breadcrumb/cheese mix. Top with a couple butter pats. Steam until leaves pull out easily...around 45 min. in a deep pot, 1" or so of water. Don't forget to trim the ends of the stems and toss 'em in too! Unless really "woody" anyway. Experience on that call.

    The mix coats the leave bottoms, seasoning them well, and some flavor seeps into the heart as well!

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