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Szechuan Brisket

BigTurtle

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I had some held over brisket so while I was cold smoking some sharp cheddar and a tilapia filet, I made this szechuan style crispy orange beef for tomorrow to go with white rice. I'm a simple man with simple pleasures.
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BigTurtle

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My brisket but you can use a ribeye sliced thin and uncooked even though I used cooked/smoked meat. Lightly moisten the meat and dip into or coat with corn starch and fry in hot oil to get the crispy. Then in separate pan cook orange segments with commercially available szechuan stir fry sauce, orange juice and a half teaspoon of sugar. Cook until syrupy and serve over rice.
 

gmc2003

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I think your definition of simple is different then mine. That meal looks great.

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MJB05615

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Looks great! Sounds simple too. Might try it, 'm making Brisket Sunday, and there's always leftovers. If it works out I'll post some pics. Thanks.
 

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Interesting fusion of flavors with the brisket.
Did you have any szechuan (sichuan) peppercorns to spice it up?
 

BigTurtle

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I think your definition of simple is different then mine. That meal looks great.

Point for sure
Chris
I'm trying to keep it simple up here at 3400 feet pandemic free elevation. I was fresh out of orange marmalade which a couple of teaspoons would have been great. Sweet, hot ( szechuan stir fry sauce) and smokey.
 

BigTurtle

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Interesting fusion of flavors with the brisket.
Did you have any szechuan (sichuan) peppercorns to spice it up?
I do not, I've got so many spices that I've actually thinned them down a bit and tossed the old ones. Sacrilege.
 

BigTurtle

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Looks great! Sounds simple too. Might try it, 'm making Brisket Sunday, and there's always leftovers. If it works out I'll post some pics. Thanks.
I'll take my Brisket ends and pieces, grill onions, mushrooms and put on a toasted roll with provolone ( I'm not a fan of CheezWhiz).
 

BigTurtle

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My brisket but you can use a ribeye sliced thin and uncooked even though I used cooked/smoked meat. Lightly moisten the meat and dip into or coat with corn starch and fry in hot oil to get the crispy. Then in separate pan cook orange segments with commercially available szechuan stir fry sauce, orange juice and a half teaspoon of sugar. Cook until syrupy and serve over rice.
 

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I may have to try that crispy beef part with some fried taters and cheese sometime, thanks. Yours looks great as well great use of leftovers!
 
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