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We had never cook a brisket before and debated between this recipe and another with high ratings. I'm glad I picked this one! Your directions were easy to follow. We were only able to marinate the brisket in the frig for about 15 hours. We cooked it on the grill with charcoal and hickory chips piled over on one side so the brisket wasn't directly near the fire. It took about 7.5 hours to reach internal temperature, then as you instructed we let it sit for 30 minutes. It was amazingly good! It's a little spicy and just perfect! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe and the easy directions!
This is without a doubt, the BEST brisket we have had yet. Even better than the BBQ places we've been to. Hubby did use mesquite, and the flavor was absolutely amazing! It fell apart and melted in our mouths! We will never cook brisket any other way!
low and slow is the only way to cook brisket. One caveat: avoid cherry wood as it is about the only fruit wood with a bad smoke flavor
i have tried other rubs, but this one is the best i have used, my kids even love it. i used hickory in my smoker turned out great
Actually very good. My 1st time cooking brisket.
I did not smoke it however. I just put in on the lowest setting on the grill, turned it once, and mopped it.
Easy and sliced it up thin for sandwiches.
Thanks for posting R&R Chef!
ooooo!!yummy!! did all the same but omitted garlic due to temporarily needing to cut it out of my diet for a couple weeks, added in 1/2 T powdered ginger to compensate. used on a pork brisket tip roast (other part of package said "pork bones"?? what the heck?) but turned out wonderful!! will use this over and over!! thanks man!!
Very impressed with this recipe. My husband and I loved it.
WOW!! That's all one needs to say when tasting this absolute delicious brisket recipe! Makes GREAT leftovers, too! Thanks, Rock & Roll BBQ Chef!!
This brisket is beautiful! You are the rock and roll king!
i have done a brisket with a simular rub and decided to try this one and it is wonderful.. we used apples chips. thanks for posting.