This Texas Style Beef Brisket is a winner. It’s a one in a million recipe that’s just going to knock your socks off and impress anyone you’ve invited over for dinner or Football Sunday. It’s got just the right spice and it is balanced so beautifully. And, believe it or not, you don’t even need a smoker to pull this off, either. I show you how to make this Brisket in just 7 hours of roast time, in your oven no less, and you’re going to be absolutely amazed with the results because it’s juicy, tender and packed with more flavor than your pallet can handle.
Beef Brisket Bark
These days, It’s all about the “Bark!” A great Beef Brisket usually has that tender and juicy middle with a nice black bark tone to the outside. Well, in order to achieve that color, it has to be smoked. It’s just a natural part of the process but the problem is, I don’t own a smoker and a lot of you folks don’t either. So a great alternative is using Smoked Paprika in the rub. Doing that can help you achieve the same great taste but in a conventional oven. And the best part is you will get a fantastic red toned bark that looks phenomenal. So trust me when I say that this Texas Style Beef Brisket will win you and anyone over if you follow my instructions in the video below. I mean, just look at this Brisket SQUISH!
This Kalua Pork Burrito is so refreshing it’s like a tall cold glass of water, it’s that good. Hawaiian meets Tex-Mex and it’s not crudded up with too many spices or seasonings either. In fact, the only added seasoning in this entire combo is Hawaiian Sea Salt and Lime Juice. So the great thing about that is you’re completely relying on the flavors of all of the other natural ingredients. But, if you “just gotta”, add Cumin to the pulled pork.
Pork Burrito made from Leftovers
Carnitas is what you normally here or read on a menu when you’re ordering a Pork Burrito. But this particular burrito was the direct results of my leftover Kalua Pork that was served up on my birthday. So whether you call it Carnitas or just another Pork Burrito, you’re going to love this Wrap. And just so you know, the list of recipes that can be made from a Kalua Pork Roast goes on and on and I’ll list the recipes I’ve already posted down below as well as the original Kalua Pork Roast recipe. Also, I’ve got a great Seafood Enchilada recipe that will blow you’re mind, along with the original Salsa recipe I use in this video.
These Pulled Pork Fries are amazing. You can go with just about any roast recipe you want but I highly recommend you use 1 of 2 of my recipes; Kalua Pork Roast or my Oven Baked Ribs; Kalua, of course, being a tender Hawaiian style pulled pork and the Oven Baked Ribs being a Steak House style rib with Cumin.
These Fries are made fresh from medium sized Russet Potatoes but if you’re feeling lazy, don’t hesitate to bake or fry up a frozen bag of french fries. I also add a sliced sauteed onion to the pulled pork for a little more flavor and I cover the french fries with Colby Jack Cheese just before I smother with the pork and onions. And after everything is plated, I like to top the whole thing off with a Spicy Mayo Fry Sauce I’ve included in the ingredients below.
If you’re interested in other French Fry recipes, you should really look into my Lomo Saltado recipe. It’s a Peruvian dish with seasoned and seared steak, sauteed onions, peppers and french fries. If you’ve never seen this recipe I highly recommend you take a look at it.
Pulled Pork Fries Ingredients:
4 Russet Potatoes, sliced
1 Kalua Pork Roast or Rack of Ribs
1 Onion, sliced
1 tbsp Fresh Parsly, chopped
Salt to taste
Spicy Fry Sauce
1/4 cup Mayo
1/4 cup Ketchup
1 tbsp Horse Raddish
1 tsp Worcestershire Sauce
1 tsp Balsamic Vinegar