Simple Way to Make Award-winning Brisket Pastrami

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Brisket Pastrami It is brined, seasoned, and then either slow smoked or steamed. It shares a lot in common with corned beef, and in fact has a very familiar preparation process. The key difference is the spice mix, and then it being slow smoked instead of boiled.

Hello everybody, it is me, Dave, welcome to my recipe site. Today, I’m gonna show you how to make a distinctive dish, brisket pastrami. It is one of my favorites food recipes. This time, I’m gonna make it a little bit unique. This will be really delicious.

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Brisket Pastrami is one of the most favored of recent trending meals on earth. It’s easy, it is quick, it tastes delicious. It is enjoyed by millions every day. Brisket Pastrami is something that I have loved my entire life. They are nice and they look fantastic.

To get started with this recipe, we have to first prepare a few ingredients. You can cook brisket pastrami using 9 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you cook that.

The ingredients needed to make Brisket Pastrami:

  1. {Get 10 lb of corned beef brisket.
  2. {Make ready 1/2 cup of Hey Grill Hey beef rub.
  3. {Prepare 2 tbsp of Coleman's mustard powder.
  4. {Take 1 tbsp of ground coriander.
  5. {Take 2 tbsp of white sugar.
  6. {Take 2 tbsp of granulated garlic.
  7. {Take 1 tbsp of onion powder.
  8. {Prepare of Fresh cracked black pepper.
  9. {Take of Water.

The pastrami will keep, covered and chilled, for up to a week. Pastrami is a New York deli classic, usually made with brisket soaked in brine for days, even weeks. Even for a slow-cook devotee this is too long, so this recipe uses a dry salt rub to 'cure' the beef before smoking to give the pastrami its unique flavour. Slice thinly against the grain to serve.

Steps to make Brisket Pastrami:

  1. Submerge the corned beef brisket in water to reduce the salt level from the corn beef process. I used a 5 gallon food safe bucket with 4 gallons of water..
  2. Change the water every 4-6 hours and do that a minimum of 3 times..
  3. Mix all spices together except the black pepper in a jar with a lid that you can control the pour easily. A parmesan cheese lid screws onto a canning jar and works great for this!.
  4. Drain the brisket and pat dry..
  5. Get the smoker heating you to 275° I used natural lump charcoal and post oak..
  6. Coat all sides of the corned beef with the mixed spices. Use a pepper milk and completely coat with a layer of cracked black pepper..
  7. Once the smoker is to temp put the brisket on..
  8. Smoke for 5-6 hours until the internal temp is 165° then pull to wrap in butcher's paper..
  9. Once internal temp hits 200° to 204° ~it depends on where it finishes and pull it to rest. Mine stalled out at 203° so I pulled it then. It took me a total of 12.5 hours to heat that temp..
  10. Let rest about 2 hours in a cooler. Then it's ready to slice and make into a really awesome sandwich! Bake some bread or buy a nice loaf, whip up a thousand island sauce, melt some white cheddar on the meat then top with a quality kraut..

The basic method for making pastrami from scratch is to start with a mostly trimmed beef brisket. If you buy a trimmed brisket at the store or from your local butcher, it will have no layer of fat on it. When you cut into the meat it will have that rose red appearance from the cure. Pastrami (Romanian: pastramă) is a meat product of Romanian origin usually made from beef brisket, and sometimes from lamb, or turkey. The raw meat is brined, partially dried, seasoned with herbs and spices, then smoked and steamed.

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