Beef brisket is always one of the most popular meats to smoke. Here is a collection of brisket smoker recipes and BBQ Grilling ideas to serve alongside your BBQ beef brisket.
Brisket Smoker Recipes and BBQ Grilling Ideas
Here are a few brisket smoker recipes and ideas to give some great options for grilling and smoking this wonderful cut of meat.
Easy Smoked Brisket Recipe for Beginners
If you want a step by step guide written with beginners in mind try this link.
Best Smoking Recipes for Brisket 5 Different Ways
You might enjoy our article on smoking brisket 5 different ways.
- Memphis Style
- Texas Style
- Kansas Style
- Barbecue Bible East West Style Brisket
- Argentinian BBQ Brisket
For a great Pit Boss classic brisket recipe try here:
For a great step by step guide on smoking brisket on the pellet grills try here:
After smoking thousands of briskets, Aaron Franklin is a great authority on all things brisket. It’s really worth checking out his masterclass:
Smoked Brisket Recipe with Injection
If you would to try injecting your brisket for extra flavour and moisture, try this link.
Brisket Smoker Recipes FAQ’s
Generally speaking it’s good to aim for 1/2 pound of brisket per person, depending on sides and the appetite of your guests. Kid will usually eat a bit less than that, and some adults with bigger appetites might eat up to 3/4 pound of brisket.
How Long to Smoke a Brisket at 225?
If your BBQ smoker is set to 225F it will cook at around 1.5 to 2 hours per pound (0.45kg). If your trimmed brisket weighs 10 pounds the cook time will be around 15 hours. When smoking you should always check internal temperature for final accuracy, as the conditions will vary each time you cook.
The ideal internal temperature for brisket is 203°F or 95°C, but a brisket can be done in the range of 200-210°F. Anything beyond 210°F is potentially overcooked. Also keep in mind that the brisket will continue to cook for a while after it is removed from the grills meaning that the internal temp will go up 5-10°F before eventually cooling down.
You may wish to take the brisket off the grills at around 195°F for this reason.
When Should I Wrap my Brisket?
Wrap your brisket around 165-170°F internal temperature. This will ultimately shorten the overall cook time, help you avoid the stall, and keep your brisket moist and juicy.