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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Beef Brisket Marinade

1 small onion, chopped

2 tablespoons liquid smoke

½ cup Worcestershire sauce

2 tablespoons soy sauce

½ teaspoon ground red pepper

½ cup butter

½ cup ketchup

½ cup red wine vinegar

1 teaspoon dried mustard

Cut brisket into ½ inch strips leaving about an inch at the bottom, allowing for more of the meat to be marinated. [Don’t cut off the fat as it will easily fall off once it’s cooked.] Combine onion, liquid smoke, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce and red pepper in a gallon-size bag. Add meat and marinate for up to two days. Once marinated, take out the meat and pour marinade into a pan. Add the remaining four ingredients and boil. Reduce sauce to approximately ½ cup and use to baste. Cook meat in a disposable casserole pan on the grill for 1 to hour on medium, basting the meat periodically and turning it over halfway through. Place brisket directly on the grill for the last 10 minutes.


Nicole Feliciano said...

I'd love to see pictures.

The Higginbothams said...

I cut the grill time down to just one hour and make sure to flip it halfway through. Ours was too charred for my liking.