Okay, I can’t seem to get away from the smoker. But the weather is changing… it’s been a long Winter, and I’m ready for some smoking good food. This recipe is simple to make, yet produces a great tasting roast. The only thing you have to do is wait… Well, it is a smoker, after all. And then the "secret" step will take a unconventional cut of meat, and make it fork tender. So, you ready… Let’s get into the kitchen.
Korean Smoked Beef Brisket on a Weber Grill Long and Slow is the secret... 24 hour cooking time and the meat came out like BUTTER... Moist and tender and perfect with Asian influenced flavors from an unusual marinade (Kiwi fruit... really) and Asin Rub mix. LOTS of Photo How To's guaranteeing success along with an important tip that makes that 24 hour cooking time almost all hands free waiting... A Challenge but WORTH IT!
I love smoked beef brisket, but sometimes I’m looking for something a little quicker. And cheaper. Smoked chuck roast is a great way to make a lot of chopped or shredded beef in a short amount of time. Just inject the roasts, add a little rub, and onto the smoker we go! The end result is a nice beefy flavored tender and moist meat.