· Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Mix chili powder, salt, garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper, sugar, mustard, and bay leaf together in a small bowl; season brisket with spice mixture. Arrange beef in a roasting pan or Dutch oven. Continue baking until beef is very tender, about 3 hours more.
Source: Robby Royal’s Brisket Class In BBQ Champs Academy 3. Give It A Good Rub. The three main ingredients in cooking a good brisket are salt, pepper, garlic (SPG). This is a great base rub to use and there are many available on the …
The fat helps season the rest of the meat that you are eating. Step Two – Applying the Dry Rub Spice. We have rubbed half of this brisket with Texas Brothers BBQ dry rub. Use 1/3 cup of dry rub for each average sized beef brisket. Step Three – Fully Seasoned and Ready for the Cooker. Here we have the brisket covered in rub and ready for the cooker.
· The brisket area of the beef is a major muscle that supports over 60% of the beef’s weight. Because of this type of muscle the brisket contains a lot of connective tissue (ligaments, tendons, muscle fibers), which are not typically appetizing. This is why brisket needs to be cooked low and slow to taste great.
A smoked brisket sandwich is a simple and satisfying way to enjoy this juicy meat. Once cooked, the brisket is sliced thinly across the grain and stacked on a bun. In some cases, it’s dressed with barbecue sauce or gravy and grilled or raw sliced onions. A Mexican take on this sandwich includes refried beans, sliced avocado, lettuce and mayonnaise.