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Philly Style Brisket Biscuit Bombs (Heavy Q-View)

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I need to give a shout out to our good friend Zach ( Misplaced Nebraskan Misplaced Nebraskan ) on this one. Last weekend I posted my father's day breakfast and somehow he managed to read "brisket" into "breakfast" and was totally unprepared for the actual content of the post. If that title messed him up I hate to think what "brisket" and "biscuit" is gonna do to him :emoji_laughing:

This one has a lot of steps hence quite a few pics. The history as far as I know of the biscuit bombs started with John ( chilerelleno chilerelleno ) and was then done by another John ( SmokinVOLfan SmokinVOLfan ) both using pulled pork. Right after TN posted his I did an Italian themed version of them that came out amazing but I didn't post it. Would have been two very similar posts (his and mine) out there at the same time so the pics have just stayed in a folder on the desktop.

Start by getting the leftover brisket out of the freezer and defrosting it
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Cut up some onions and green bell peppers
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Slice up some brisket
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Chop it all up
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Put the veggies on the grill after adding a bit of EVOO and some of my beef rub
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When the veggies are lightly softened it's time to start putting the biscuits together. Roll out the biscuits and add fresh shredded mozz
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Veggies
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Brisket
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Roll it all up and tuck the bottom together to seal it. One bomb done
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Only had room in the skillet for seven of these monsters
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Onto the grill brushed with egg wash. Cover with the pizza dome and let the magic begin
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All done. These look pretty good
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Plated with some chips and a pickle
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Cut away view
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Close up cut away view of my second one. You can see the cheese a bit better here
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All in all I'd say this was a successful endeavor. These were fun, interesting, different, and unbelievably tasty. Something about the flavor from the smoky brisket steaming inside of the biscuit was just off the charts. I didn't quite get the ooey gooey cheesiness that I was hoping for but that was only from a visual standpoint. It was there from a flavor and textural perspective for sure. Couple that melted cheese and the fresh veggies with the brisket and it was a home run in my book. Tracy has asked that these get done on a more regular basis. She loves brisket tacos with the leftovers but she actually preferred this over a basic taco, and I had to agree.

Thanks for dropping in and we'll see y'all on the next one.
Robert
 

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Nice Robert I'd tear those up. I love anything cheesesteak-esque. Biscuits look nice and golden. Wish I had one now
 

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Wow what great looking biscuit bombs and a wonderful idea for leftover brisket. The cheese looks plenty gooey to me.

“I don’t always make brisket bombs, but when I do...I drink Dos Equis.”

Stay hungry my friend.
 

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Oh my lord. Those look delicious! Another one for the books Robert!
 

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Another awesome idea and adoption of someone else idea and adjusted it ot suit your taste.

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Wow! Those looks awesome, Robert! Big LIKE! Wondering what kind of dough did you use for the biscuit? Store bought?
 

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Man does not live on the flat top griddle forever I guess Robert! Your biscuit bombs look ridiculously delicious, big Like! RAY
 

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Those look pretty damn tasty! Love it!
Thanks so much!! Appreciate it.

Nice Robert I'd tear those up. I love anything cheesesteak-esque. Biscuits look nice and golden. Wish I had one now
I'm with ya Jake. I love pretty much anything steak but add some good cheese and fresh veggies...what's not to love?

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Wow what great looking biscuit bombs and a wonderful idea for leftover brisket. The cheese looks plenty gooey to me.
Thank you Joe. Appreciate the kind words but I was looking for the cheese oozing out all over the place. It just kinda melted all through the rest of the stuff inside, but it was still really good.

“I don’t always make brisket bombs, but when I do...I drink Dos Equis.”
Do ya think they'll put me on TV? Don't know that I qualify as the most interesting man in the world but some of the weird stuff I cook might qualify :emoji_anguished:

Stay hungry my friend.
Always!! If you're in this forum and not hungry, there's something seriously wrong with you :emoji_laughing:

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Oh my lord. Those look delicious! Another one for the books Robert!
Very much appreciate it Steve. They were pretty darned good, that's for sure.

Another awesome idea and adoption of someone else idea and adjusted it ot suit your taste.
To me that's half the fun of this site: the inspirations I get from reading stuff that others have posted. It certainly keeps the cogs turning trying to come up with new and fun stuff to cook.

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Robert those amazing man. I have a bag of brisket scraps in the freezer and I think I just found out what to do with them. Great idea! Another one knocked of the park buddy. BIG LIKE!
(Bowing humbly) thank you my friend. I knew as soon as I got the idea for this that you'd probably love it. Give it a shot buddy, you won't be disappointed. Side note...we have a couple days of weird weather coming and I plan to make that beef and broccoli you posted. Damn that looks good!!

Robert
 

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Yum!!! is all I have to say.
Well, that pretty well sums it up I'd say :emoji_wink: Thank you!!

Cheesesteaks, brisket, and biscuits - 3 of the best foods. Looks awesome!
Thanks Derek!! Aren't those all food groups in and of themselves? If they aren't they very well should be....along with gravy of course :emoji_laughing:

Robert
 

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