How long does it take to grill a brisket?
Smoke cook the brisket until tender enough to shred with your fingers; 6 hours will likely do it, but it may take as long as 8 (the cooking time will depend on the size of the brisket and heat of the grill). Baste the brisket from time to time with the fat and juices that accumulate in the pan.
How do you keep brisket moist on the grill?
After two or four hours of cooking, you can lightly spray your brisket with water, hot sauce, apple cider vinegar, or apple juice. You can do this every 30 minutes or every hour, based on preference.
Can you cook brisket on a gas BBQ?
Place the brisket directly on the lit side of the grill, fatty side up and grill for about 5 minutes. Turn the brisket over and grill for 5 minutes more. Place the brisket into the remaining, clean foil pan (fat side up) and move it to the unlit side of the grill.
What is the fastest way to cook a brisket on the grill?
Generously season whole brisket with beef or steak rub. Heat smoker to 300°F. Place brisket in smoker, fat side down, and cook until internal temperature reaches 160 to 165°F (about 2 hours).
Is brisket good for grilling?
DO AHEAD: Brisket is best shortly off the grill, but you can still get good results smoking it up to 3 days ahead. Let cool for an hour before wrapping in foil and chilling. To serve, reheat meat, still wrapped, in a 325° oven until warmed through.
Do you slice brisket hot or cold?
Ideally, trim while the brisket is still cold, and the fat is more solid and easier to cut through. The key task we want to go over is slicing the meat after your brisket is cooked.
How do you rest a brisket overnight?
- Smoke the brisket to an internal temperature of 160F or so.
- Wrap it thoroughly in heavy-duty foil. You want to prevent any liquid from being able to leak out.
- Transfer the roast to an oven set to 225F or even 210F-215F if the oven will go that low.
- Go to sleep.
What do you spray brisket with?
Apple cider vinegar, beer, apple juice and broth are the most common liquids used to spritz for brisket. The liquid in a spritz needs to be thin enough to fit through a nozzle of a spray bottle, so if you want a thicker sauce, mop the brisket instead.
Do you add liquid when wrapping brisket?
While it’s not always necessary, it’s permissible to add a bit of liquid when wrapping brisket. Water, apple juice or cider, beer, beef stock or broth, and vinegar are all considered viable options.
How long do you smoke a brisket before you wrap it in foil?
I suggest smoking the brisket for four hours unwrapped, then double wrapping it in heavy duty foil. Be careful not to tear a hole in the foil, and keep the seams facing upward. You want the foil package to retain the brisket juices.
Can you grill brisket like steak?
Although you shouldn’t grill brisket over high heat the way you would a regular steak, it is possible to cut the whole packer down into smaller pieces. Just remember that they’ll still need to cook for a long time, or the meat will turn out too tough.
Do you cook brisket fat side up or down?
If you decide to cook your brisket fat side up, you should know that the fat acts as a heat shield protecting the beef. If your heat source is mostly from the top, such as with many horizontal offset smokers, fat side up should be the way to go.