6 Ways to Use Leftover Brisket
Brisket is a monster-sized cut that's bound to result in leftovers. Here's some ways to put that smoked beef to good use, whether you have just a little or a lot on your hands.
Simple salt and pepper seasoned smoked brisket is piled into warm and soft flour tortillas and then topped with pickled red onions, fresh jalapeños, Longhorn cheddar, and sour cream to create a taco that delivers some of the best Texas flavors.View Recipe
Smoked brisket, fresh jalapeños, and Longhorn cheddar cement the taste of Texas in these sweet dough creations brought to the Lone Star state by way of Czech immigrants.View Recipe
Making great use of leftover brisket, the strong smokiness and beefiness is well paired with a green chili queso and pickled red onions in these incredible cheesesteaks.View Recipe
Smoky brisket finds a welcome home in a rich and spicy gravy in this incredibly satisfying chili recipe.View Recipe
These crispy waffle fries make for one incredibly tasty use for leftover brisket, which is paired with melted cheddar, barbecue sauce, scallion, pickled red onions, and fresh jalapeños.View Recipe