A properly smoked brisket is really a treat indeed, however a smoked bacon brisket takes it to some whole 'nother level. If you want brisket, and if you want the flavour of bacon, you'll like what this recipe does for any smoked beef brisket.
This can be a quite simple recipe, with the majority of the added flavor from the bacon. Use an excellent quality bacon with this particular recipe to find the best results.
Smoked Bacon Brisket
One large beef brisket
1 lb of excellent bacon, sliced
One large white-colored onion
One tablespoon all of salt, pepper and brown sugar
Having a slender bladed sharp knife produce a pocket in the heart of the brisket. (If you have seen stuffed pork chops, it is the identical principle, just on the grander scale.) Push the blade in to the thick side from the brisket making a slit about 4 inches lengthy. Enlarge the slit right into a pocket that will reach almost towards the ends and the other side from the brisket.
Chop the onion and also the sliced bacon into half-inch pieces, then stuff them within the brisket. Attempt to the bacon-onion layer out inside the pocket. Utilizing a bamboo skewer, "sew" some inch slit closed.
Combine the salt, pepper and brown sugar and employ like a simple dry rub on the outside of from the brisket. Put the brisket inside your smoker and prepare before the internal temperature reaches 190-200 levels F. You would like the brisket to obtain plenty hot therefore the bacon fat melts and flavors the meat.
Turn the brisket several occasions because it smokes therefore the bacon fat has an opportunity to flavor both halves because it drips lower. Wrapping the brisket in foil following the first four hrs of smoking can give the brisket a far more bacony flavor, and will also have completed sooner, too.
To learn more about brisket smoking, review the topic at just how to Smoke a Brisket. Smoked bacon brisket - finally, a recipe that puts the taste of smoked brisket and bacon together. MMMMmmmmm!
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