Tex-Mex interpretation of Pepper Stout Beef
I really liked the threads I have seen on the pepper stout beef. Really good way to do a chucky in my opinion. A couple of weeks ago I wanted to make some shredded beef enchiladas so I smoked a chucky for the filling. I created my own interpretation of the pepper stout process to incorporate more tex mex flavors. I used onions and jalepenos and used canned roasted tomato enchilada sauce + beer + beef broth for my liquid. It was awesome.
I am not making enchiladas today, but will be recreating the meat. It is good in tacos, over salad, or just by itself. It is awesome.
Here is the start:
1 5lb chuck roast. 2 onions. sliced Jalapenos. Liquid gold (garlic infused olive oil). 2 cans of enchilada sauce. 1 bottle of beer. Beef Broth.
I just put the roast on the UDS and will smoke over post oak at 225 until I hit about 165 internal or where I really like the bark. On the Primo, I am roasting the onions and peppers with liquid gold at about 325.
Primo Oval XL, BPS drum, Weber gasser