These Leftover Brisket Recipes are perfect to use up leftover brisket! Personally, I always try to get the largest cuts of meat so there are leftovers, and those meals are always amazing. Leftovers of smoked meat make the best meals and leftover dinners.
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Brisket is one of those meats that has always held a special spot for me, it was the first meat I smoked in a smoker years ago! Whether the brisket is injected or just rubbed it never has disappointed me in how it turns out.
Now I, for the past year have been smoking in my Pit Boss Pro 1100, and cooking low and slow is my preferred cook method. I picked up my Pitboss at Lowes, but Walmart and Amazon carry other Pit Boss options or Pit Boss websites themselves, I love the cost of them vs other pellet grills on the market.
Smoked Brisket Recipes To Checkout
Injections and rubs are the perfect way to season a brisket for smoking. I have tried several over the years, and they have all turned out fantastic.
- Homemade Brown Sugar Rub For Brisket
- Injection For Smoked Brisket
- Homemade Brisket Rub
- Jack And Coke Brisket
Leftover Brisket Recipes:
Smoked Brisket Baked Beans– Cut up your brisket to make up these loaded baked beans, plus add bacon for even more flavor. Use cast iron in the smoker to add more smoke flavor to the beans while they cook!
Slow Cooker Smoked Brisket Stew Recipe– Using the slow cooker is a great way to use up leftover smoked brisket. I tend to do this when I don’t have time to clean the smoker immediately to run it the next day! The slow cooking really tenderizes the brisket even more and was a kid’s favorite!
Smoked Brisket Chili Recipe In The Slow Cooker– Again, the slow cooker comes in handy when the smoker is dirty for making chili! I love to batch-cook leftover brisket chili and then freeze the leftovers for later lunches.
Spicy Smoked Brisket Chili Dutch Oven Recipe– Use a dutch oven in the smoker to make this spicy chili! The flavor with fresh peppers and more smoke is amazing! Just like the slow cooker, you can freeze the leftovers for work lunches or dinners later on.
Blackstone Grilled Cheese Brisket Sandwich– Use slices or shreds of leftover smoked brisket to make amazing grilled cheeses. The smoked brisket adds an amazing flavor to a classic sandwich
Leftover Brisket Quesadilla– Throw shreds or strips of leftover Brisket in a tortilla to make a cheesy melted leftover Quesadilla! This will hit the spot for an easy lunch or dinner.
What is your favorite way to use up leftover smoked brisket??