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Dutch Oven Recipes – Barbecued Brisket

April 14th, 2012 by ironcooker

Dutch Oven Barbecued Brisket 

barbecued brisketThis is a great barbecued brisket recipe you are sure to enjoy. We always have
a watchful eye for good recipes to share with our readers & when we saw thisbarbecued brisket in dutch oven
dutch oven barbecued brisket recipe we was sure our campground friends would enjoy
making this on their next camping or fishing trip. We have our dutch oven & tripod packed away
for next weekend & we hope to see some of you at our next campfire cookout !

3 cups apple cider
¼ cups honey
2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
¼ cup soy sauce
2 tablespoons brown sugar, packed
1 tablespoon minced garlic
1 tablespoon minced fresh ginger root
1 tablespoon whole coriander
2 sprigs fresh thyme
1 brisket of beef (2½ pounds)
1 cup white wine (optional)

Combine, white wine, cider, honey, mustard, soy sauce, brown sugar, garlic, ginger root, coriander and thyme in Dutch oven.
Add brisket. Cover tightly and place in oven. Heat oven to 350 degrees F and cook 1 hour. Remove brisket from cooking
liquid, cover and set aside. Transfer liquid to medium pan and cook over medium heat until reduced to a glaze and thick enough
to coat back of spoon. Using covered grill, light about 12 charcoal briquettes and add small piece of mesquite or other wood. Be
sure to place charcoal and wood to one side of grill. Arrange brisket on grill so that it is not directly over burning wood. Paint it
with some glaze. Place cover on grill and smoke brisket 1 hour, turning meat and coating with glaze every 15 minutes. Add
charcoal or wood, small piece at a time, if fire seems to get too cold. Remove from grill, thinly slice meat against grain and
serve. Offer any remaining glaze on side.

Posted in Dutch Oven Recipes

8 Responses

  1. Kevin Paulson

    Now this looks amazing…Going to see about making that this weekend!!!

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  3. cindysideas

    Looks like a wonderful recipe. I have bookmarked it and stumbled it in hopes of sharing it with others.

  4. Rochan

    Dutch Oven Damper2 cups Self raising flour1 cup milk2 cups greatd cheese1 tsp saltMix all into a ball (extra flour for hands maybe required)Place in hot dutch oven and bake.Excellent with butter and jam(comfort food ask, my partner)Happy hunting.

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