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Unread 08-16-2011, 10:03 AM   #1
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Default Need Brisket injection

anybody know any good recipes for an injection for brisket? I used beef broth last time,,,and while it was good...i would like something with a little more complex flavor if that makes sense. Not looking for storebought stuff,,,something i can make. Thanks
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Beef stock
garlic
onion
some of the rub that you will use

Simmer until the onions and garlic are tender and then strain and cool.
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What Ron L. said, and also run your rub through
a coffee grinder and mix it with your liquids in a
blender. Then happy injecting brother.



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How to take something simple and make it overly complex

Bob's Test Injection
1 small onion
4 small carrots
2 cloves garlic
3 shiitake mushrooms, dried
1/4 cup Bragg's Aminos
1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons Red Boat Fish Sauce
6 cups water


I brought the water to a boil, reduced to a simmer and added everything but 2 tablespoons of fish sauce. After 10 minutes and back to a simmer, I cut the heat and let it steep until cool. This was bottled and allowed to sit for 2 days. Upon opening, gave it the sniff and taste test. It smelled great, no fish smell, no funkiness, just a nice aromatic blend, I would liken to a vegetable version of demi-glace. It was a little intense and salty in terms of taste. But, no matter, I used two cups to inject the brisket until it started rejecting the liquid. Into the fridge for now. Upon removal from the fridge, there was a notable fish sauce aroma, that got stronger as the meat came to room temperature, not to worry, this always goes away over time.
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Oops... Forgot one ingredient... Corrected below.

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Beef stock
garlic
onion
Worcestershire Sauce
some of the rub that you will use

Simmer until the onions and garlic are tender and then strain and cool.
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I use Dr BBQ's injection. Can't find the ingredient list at the moment but it works for me.
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I use Dr BBQ's injection. Can't find the ingredient list at the moment but it works for me.
Dr. BBQ's Big Cow Beef Injection

This works with any cut of beef.

Ingredients:
  • 2 cups beef broth
  • 1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon cayenne powder
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If you're looking for complex...Here's another rather different one that my wife (Redhot) made. It's a bourbon/coffee marinade/injection she modified from a recipe several years ago.


3/4 cup strong brewed coffee (Roastin' Ronnie's Twised Mokka Java)
1/2 cup bourbon (I used George Dickel)
1/2 cup Bigbutz Xtra Hot BBQ sauce
1/2 cup turbinado or packed brown sugar
1/2 cup Soy Vay Island Teriyaki (way better/thicker that Kikkomon's)
2 T vinegar (I used some vinegar I pickled red jalapenos in)
1 T oil (used EVOO)

Substitute coffee/bbq sauce/teriyaki to what's available.

We've done this one several times and loved it.

Marinated overnight, injected, rubbed (We used Texas Wild) and smoke.
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50-50 beef stock and dr.pepper and some of the rub.
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thanks for the replies everyone. i guess i shouldnt have used complex but something with a little more flavor than just one ingredient being beef broth. All look good and i will try them!
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