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Unread 08-08-2013, 03:24 PM   #1
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i have a banquet to do and they have requested smoked brisket in a sauce,we have the smoked part down packed but the sauce is another story,anybody have a good recipe for a merlot mushroom sauce or something to that effect??
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merlot mushroom sauce with bbq brisket? dunno bout that combo. could be great though. i'd experiment first.
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This merlot mushroom sauce is what they requested? Or your just trying to come up with something outside the box?

Its always sauce on the side around here but if I was having to come up with something, I'd look more towards a bourbon bbq sauce versus a merlot mushroom....
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Catch the drippings from the brisket. Put it in the fridge to remove the fat. Warm and strain. Heat and reduce to a sauce consistency. Add flavors that will complement the rub you used on the brisket.
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Catch the drippings from the brisket. Put it in the fridge to remove the fat. Warm and strain. Heat and reduce to a sauce consistency. Add flavors that will complement the rub you used on the brisket.
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Catch the drippings from the brisket. Put it in the fridge to remove the fat. Warm and strain. Heat and reduce to a sauce consistency. Add flavors that will complement the rub you used on the brisket.
great idea thanks!!!
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Hey the spaghetti stuck.
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I make this up all the time. I use it for special parties and such. Start with butter, seperated drippings, rub, Merlot..... then reduce to 1/2.. add honey or Guave and some more merlot till it foams up....
for your mushrooms use 1/2 portabello 1/2 reg mushrooms, butter, oinion, garlic, bacon and rub, put in smoker..
serve two ways, either seperate or once mushromms are 1/2 way cooked mix in with sauce..
I just got home from a big cattering gig and this WENT BIG TIME...brisket goes real good or tri tip or prime rib..it goes ver BIG..
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ps...never put a sauce other than its own juice on a brisket..put it on the side
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i make this up all the time. I use it for special parties and such. Start with butter, seperated drippings, rub, merlot..... Then reduce to 1/2.. Add honey or guave and some more merlot till it foams up....
For your mushrooms use 1/2 portabello 1/2 reg mushrooms, butter, oinion, garlic, bacon and rub, put in smoker..
Serve two ways, either seperate or once mushromms are 1/2 way cooked mix in with sauce..
I just got home from a big cattering gig and this went big time...brisket goes real good or tri tip or prime rib..it goes ver big..
thanks this was a very big hit!!!!!!!!!!!!
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