Brisket was meant to be grilled. Whether marinated or dry rubbed, brisket cooked over smoking wood or charcoal develops a gorgeous crust and juicy, tender flesh. Try one of these unbeatable brisket recipes at your next cookout—trust us, you won't want to wait to dig in.
B-Side Brown Sugar Smoked BrisketA charcoal grill will give you the smokiest flavor for this sugar-and-spice-crusted brisket. Throughout the grilling time, your goal should be to produce lots of smoke, which imparts tremendous depth of flavor.
Simple, Perfect Fresh-Ground Brisket BurgersWe loved the simple, flavorful patty we got from grinding inexpensive beef brisket. Traditional condiments like ketchup and mustard are an option, but we found this burger so good on its own that all we added was cheese, lettuce, and tomato.
Grilled Salted Beef BrisketA gas barbecue works best to maintain low, even heat to slow-cook this simple salted brisket. Serve this dish to company at your next backyard barbecue.
Texas-Style Smoked BrisketTry barbecue Texas style, which most often centers around the beef brisket! If there is any sauce, it is a thin, spicy pan sauce made from the meat drippings. Look for a flat-cut brisket, which will be a fairly even thickness, and leave the fat layer on for the best results.
Fiesta BrisketThe combination of ingredients like guajillo chiles, dried Mexican oregano leaves, and lime juice give this dish a Mexican flair perfect for any fiesta!
Smoked BrisketThis fabulous brisket is destined to steal the show at your next grilling party. Just serve with hamburger buns, barbecue sauce and pickles for a make-it-yourself sandwich bar.
Ultimate BurgersTyler Florence's burgers are extra juicy and flavorful because they're made with brisket. Pile on a few of his favorite toppings, like sauteed mushrooms and onions, spiced bacon, herbed horseradish mayonnaise and chile ketchup for a burger straight from paradise.