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Leftover Smoked Brisket

Have about 2 lbs. Any creative ideas for using it?

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  1. Brisket tacos with the trimmings are popular here in Dallas, I've had some really good ones with flour tortillas.

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    1. re: Veggo

      Now, that sounds good. Do you chop/grind the meat? Mix with BBQ sauce? More details, please.

      1. re: pikawicca

        Strips seem to work best so the meat stays together. It really goes well with the usual taco adornments - pico de gallo, sour cream, shredded cheese, avocado, jalapenos. A little grilled onion works, too. I haven't seen them with Q sauce. It's pretty much fajitas with brisket, but you only want to warm up the meat and keep it as moist as you can.

        1. re: Veggo

          +1! There's a truck here in FW that does them fabulously. A little vinegar-y cabbage slaw and crumbled white cheese is my favorite way to top them.

    2. smoke brisket nacho's. Take nacho chips, smear refried beans on each chip, line a baking dish and make a layer of chips, black beans, corn, olives jalapino's if you want, then chop brisket and layer, cover with any 4 cheese mexican blend cheese. bake at 350 until cheese melts. You can use pulled pork, chicken or BBQ brisket. Enjoy

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      1. Slice meat and heat in a pan with just a tad of butter. Serve with poached eggs, fried potatoes and jewish rye toast.

        1. I vac seal individual size paks for "when I feel like smoked brisket" sandwiches.

          1. Chop it up real small and make some chili.