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Old 06-16-2019, 02:06 PM   #1
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Default Chopped and Stuffed Brisket Balls

I trimmed up a small brisket this morning, and didn't really have enough trimmings, to clean up the grinder, so I broke out the manual grinder..




Seasoned with Jack Daniels Steak Seasoning.

Formed it into balls, and stuffed each one with some mozzarella cheese and sun dried tomatoes.


It made a for a nice snack, while I'm waiting on the brisket.
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Old 06-16-2019, 02:10 PM   #2
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Great idea! Looks YUMMY!
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Old 06-16-2019, 02:11 PM   #3
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Amen, Hoss!

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Now there’s an idea worth stealing. :-)


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Mighty fine Josh.
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Oh Man, those look tasty!!
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Oh wow. That's an awesome idea.
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I didn’t even know briskets had balls
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Love the look of your balls, they had to be absolutely delicious.
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I love it! Plain and simple.
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Looks tasty!
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Those are looking right!
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That looks good! I was just pondering the other day while making my moms marinara and meatball recipe, if brisket meatballs on the smoker would be any good. I am glad to know somebody else is semi-likeminded! I like your idea for stuffing. Did the fat break down enough? I ask because it still looks like noticable pieces if fat were still there.
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That looks good! I was just pondering the other day while making my moms marinara and meatball recipe, if brisket meatballs on the smoker would be any good. I am glad to know somebody else is semi-likeminded! I like your idea for stuffing. Did the fat break down enough? I ask because it still looks like noticable pieces if fat were still there.
Fat was good, I could have chopped it more, but it held together fine, and the taste was good. The texture was different than ground beef, tasted more like eating a cube steak.
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