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smokinslim99 02-20-2014 02:56 PM

Need brisket injection recipe!
 
I have made up several beef broth injections for brisket and they have all seemed to be bland after meat is cooked. would appreciate any tips on a more BEEFY or savory recipe!

Cayman1 02-20-2014 03:05 PM

Beef stock may be more beefy than broth. Could also mix some beef base concentrate but need to watch for staining of the meat especially with some of the commercial powdered injections.

Podge 02-20-2014 03:26 PM

here we go!.. "Kosmos"... "trust your Butcher"... "Fab B"....

Jack Daniels 02-20-2014 03:46 PM

I don't think the big name injections have many staining problems any more like was the case previously.

But I also have the solution to the staining problem...more injection. If you are having a staining problem then just inject more and stain the whole area. Once it's all stained the same then it won't look stained at all.

Offthehook 02-20-2014 03:47 PM

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Originally Posted by Podge (Post 2811706)
here we go!.. "Kosmos"... "trust your Butcher"... "Fab B"....

fab b lite!

TooSaucedToPork 02-20-2014 04:33 PM

Go Pro...

Until you come up with one better, use the pro injections...

Untraceable 02-20-2014 04:43 PM

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Originally Posted by Podge (Post 2811706)
here we go!.. "Kosmos"... "trust your Butcher"... "Fab B"....

Yep......

Big Country BBQ 02-20-2014 05:37 PM

7 tsp butchers prime 1 can of beef stock

Know Bull 02-20-2014 06:33 PM

IMHO

If you have a staining problem with the commercial injections, it comes from your technique and not from the product. You are not getting it spread out enough.

Don't try to reinvent the wheel after you buy their product. The mixtures they have are fined tuned and heavily tested. I tried adding a few "flavorings", such as onion powder, garlic powder, or other seasonings. I only managed to make my brisket taste like pot roast instead of brisket.

For added beef flavor, wrap the brisket after it is somewhere above 140 and put some beef broth or beef base in the foil.

sdbbq1234 02-20-2014 06:56 PM

I know I am going to jinx myself, but I have never had a staining problem. Just follow the recommendations by the posts above. My choice was made by some of the professional classes I have been to, but I also try other brands and mixtures of those.

I also try not to over do it as far as flavors is concerned as for me, I really don't want to change the taste of the meat, rather just to enhance it and try to retain some moisture.

wallace

Bludawg 02-20-2014 09:48 PM

Back when I was stupid and chasing the critter thinking that you could ADD moisture to a brisket by injecting water based solutions I came up with this It packs flavor and those I have shared it with really like it. I gave up this practice of injecting long ago IMO a Waste of my time.

BluDawg's Bovine Nectar
This Injection adds moisture,and is a flavor enhancer it adds beefiness to the brisket .

Bovine Nectar

1 pkg McCormicks Aus Jus
3 cups Black Coffee
1 tbl Worcestershire
1/4 cup cannola oil
1 tbl BluDawgs Bull Dust *recipe to follow

Dissolve the aus jus with the coffee add the Worcestershire and the Bull dust. Heat over med heat 10 min remove from eat and allow to cool to room temp. Inject about every 1" and go directly to the smoker. Smoke it as you normally do.

Bull Dust

1/3 cup Paprika
2 tbl brown sugar
1 tsp dry mustard powder
4 tsp onion powder
2 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp Gebhardt's chile powder

Add all together. Mix well.

Q-Dat 02-21-2014 03:04 AM

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Originally Posted by Bludawg (Post 2812277)

Bull Dust

1/3 cup Paprika
2 tbl brown sugar
1 tsp dry mustard powder
4 tsp onion powder
2 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp Gebhardt's chile powder

Add all together. Mix well.

No salt in there Bludawg?

jestridge 02-21-2014 07:57 AM

onion soup mix with beef broth or base, maybe a little apple juice.

tommye1078 02-21-2014 09:19 AM

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Originally Posted by jestridge (Post 2812541)
onion soup mix with beef broth or base, maybe a little apple juice.

Funny you mention the onion soup mix. Yesterday at work I made some french onions soup with real beef stock. I strained out the onions and pureed them into house made beer mustard with garlic and fresh herbs. I plan to inject the brisket with the french onion broth, and slather the brisket with the mustard before applying a rub (probably black pepper heavy).

If I like the results I might take it to the next level by larding the flat with French Onion Soup marinated fat back

Bludawg 02-21-2014 09:45 AM

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Originally Posted by Q-Dat (Post 2812426)
No salt in there Bludawg?

There is plenty in the Mckormicks Aus Jus and MY rub is S&P So....


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