Brisket Bruschetta

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Slow Smoked Brisket Bruschetta
One of my favs and alternative to nachos are these little versatile morsels of love. I actually used leftover brisket from the Brisket and Sausage Sandwich on Texas Toast recipe. In fact you can use all kinds of ingredients on a dish like this only limited to your imagination. This dinner I often call “rich people food” is a simple one compared to some of my similar bruschetta builds with crab, shrimp, oysters… If I remember right I was testing a fresh made batch of our Smoked hot sauce. This recipe take some planning if you don’t have cooked brisket lying around.
Course: Appetizer, Main Course
Cuisine: American
Servings: 4
Ingredients
Brisket Parts
  • 10 pound brisket untrimmed or packer
  • 8 ounce Dawgs Bark
Bruschetta Parts
  • 1 loaf french bread
  • 1 tomato
  • 1 pack sliced american cheese
  • 1 ounce Smoked hot sauce
Instructions
Brisket Burn
  1. If you don’t know how smoking things get done you can check here to see if you want to tackle smoking meat. You can do same thing in oven just remember to catch drippings.
  2. Cover brisket in Dawgs Bark.
  3. Put brisket in food safe bag and in fridge at least overnight.
  4. Get you smoker stable at 220 - 240 degrees.
  5. Drop in brisket for approximately 20 hours. Birddog at 15 hours.
  6. Finger brisket for done or one dem fancy thermometers.
Bruschetta Construction
  1. Cut french bread into ½ inch slices.
  2. Cut slices of brisket into ¼ inch slices then about 2 inches long.
  3. Cut your tomato in about ¼ inch slices then quarter those.
  4. Quarter out a couple pieces slices of American cheese.
  5. Stack’em: On a cookie sheet bottom to top, french bread slice, brisket slice,and American cheese slice.
  6. Broil for about 4 minutes or until cheese has a good melt.
  7. On top of that add to each piece add tomato slice then a dab of Smoked hot sauce.
  8. Do whatcha gotta do!

 

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