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    "Bar-b-cue" Brisket in the Crock Pot




    This is so easy!

    A beef brisket (not corned beef!) that will fit in the bottom of your crock pot

    1 bottle of Figaro's mesquite liquid smoke

    Worcestershire sauce (I use Lea and Perrins)

    Bar-b-cue sauce

    Marinate the brisket overnight in the entire bottle of liquid smoke. Being sure to turn it to coat both sides.

    Early the next morning place the brisket and about half of the liquid in the crock pot. Sprinkle with Worchestershire (amount depends on your preference).

    Cook on low heat at least 10 hours.

    Slice across the grain. An electric knife works best. Serve with warmed bar-b-cue sauce.
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    Wow,a whole bottle of liquid smoke? I would be scared to but am curious to try!

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    Re: "Bar-b-cue" Brisket in the Crock Pot




    I've only used liquid smoke once for a recipe a long time ago. I think i even found it at the 99cent store of all places! Anyways, love the simplicity of this recipe. Crockpot recipes are the best! thanks for sharing.

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    They're little bottles!

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    Well I have used it many times but never like this. Mostly in sauces or something so only a couple drops at most. Sounds good!

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    Re: "Bar-b-cue" Brisket in the Crock Pot




    I love brisket... and liquid smoke... plus, this sounds like something Dear Hubby would like!

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    I would definitely be interested in trying this. I love bbq. I normally use only a teaspoon or two of liquid smoke Half of the liquid smoke is discarded after marinating. I believe that any marinade is actually only able to physically penetrate meat 1/4 inch. So I see this as doable. I dropped my crockpot, grrrr. But all of my ovens do go down to 170 degrees. Close enough!
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    Re: "Bar-b-cue" Brisket in the Crock Pot




    Quote Originally Posted by threeovens View Post
    I would definitely be interested in trying this. I love bbq. I normally use only a teaspoon or two of liquid smoke Half of the liquid smoke is discarded after marinating. I believe that any marinade is actually only able to physically penetrate meat 1/4 inch. So I see this as doable. I dropped my crockpot, grrrr. But all of my ovens do go down to 170 degrees. Close enough!
    This was originally an oven recipe that I converted. If you make in an oven, cover it with foil. I used to bake at 180 degrees all day, then uncover, turn up the heat and get a nice charred crust like these cuts of meat have after being smoked. I am thinking this summer of having my husband put the finished brisket on the grill to get a nice dark, well-done surface.

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