Texas Styled Brisket
Open fully thawed Taylor Meat Smoked Brisket and pour a full bottle of your favorite barbecuesauce all over it. Seal the brisket and barbecue sauce tightly in foil and cook in the oven at 275 degrees for three to four hours or until it is very tender to seal in the flavorful sauce and spices.
Great Sloppy Joes
If there is such a thing as leftover brisket (you obviously did not share it with friends), chop up some of it and place in a saucepan. Add 3 to 6 tablespoons of your favorite barbecue sauce, some salt and pepper, a few diced onions, and a few sliced jalapenos (the jar variety). Cook on the stove top until hot, and spoon this onto a warmed bun for a great sandwich.
You Will Need:
|• Sour Cream
• 8 Strips of Brisket Meat
|• 4, 8” – 10” Flour Tortillas
• 2 Cups Shredded Cheese
|• 1 Cup Favorite Salsa (8 oz. Jar)
• 3 /4 Cup of Refried Beans (Optional)
Spread refried beans evenly over two of the flour tortillas. Evenly spread out the strips of brisket, then most of the salsa, and finally add most of the cheese on top. Take the remaining two tortillas and place on top. Microwave one quesadilla, covered with a paper towel, on a microwave safe plate on high for one to one and a half minutes. Repeat for second quesadilla. Cut each quesadilla into eight wedges and serve with any remaining cheese, salsa, and the sour cream.