Brisket Chili

shannerdrake

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Well I’ve long been searching for THE chili recipe. I might have found it. This bowl would likely get the Randy seal of approval. It has a nice heat, but not enough to interrupt a New Mexico elk hunt.

The recipe was inspired by the Meat Church brisket chili recipe.

I did a big batch of bbq on my smoker over the weekend and I saved my brisket trim and smoked the meaty pieces for chili and rendered the fat in an aluminum pan for smoked tallow.

Recipe:
1lb of cubed up brisket
1lb of burger
1lb of hot Italian sausage
3tbl fat (I used smoked tallow)
3 onions diced
3 peppers diced
2tbl granulated garlic
5tbl chili powder (I make my own blend)
2 28oz cans crushed tomatoes
3 cans of Rotel
2 cans of Bush’s chili beans (sorry I like beans)
1 bottle of beer (I used Blue Moon)

I smoked the burger and sausage in big patties when I smoked the brisket.

Cube brisket in smaller pieces and crumble smoked sausage and burger into pot.
Cook onions, peppers, and garlic in smoked tallow then put in pot with meat.
Add all remaining ingredients to pot and smoke or simmer as low as possible for about 6 hours.
I like mine served with Fritos, sour cream, pickled onions, and cilantro.

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Hilljackoutlaw

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My good hunting buddy makes a very similar chili and my good lord it's delicious!! You definitely found a good one!
 

TwistedSage

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That looks amazing. When I smoke a brisket I honestly look forward forward to the chili that will eventually be made with the leftovers just as much as the fresh smoked brisket.
 

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