Enjoy the mouthwatering flavors of Texas-style smoked brisket, prepared using the renowned 4-2-10 method. This slow-cooking technique guarantees tender, juicy meat infused with a rich smoky essence. With authentic Texas-style seasonings, this brisket is a true barbecue delight.
Let me show you what this recipe is all about.
You can find the full instructional video at the end of this page.
- Prepare the brisket by trimming the fat from the brisket and slicing off floppy bits that otherwise will burn.
- Prepare 40 grams or 1.4 oz of Texas Beef Rub according to it's recipe.
- Season all sides of the brisket.
- Fire up your smoker and set it up for an indirect smoking temperature of 120°C or 250°F.
- Smoke your brisket smoke in your BBQ for 4 hours.
- Raise up the temperature to 140°C or 280°F and let it smoke for 2 hours to get rid of the puddles forming on top of the brisket.
- Wrap the brisket in aluminium foil or butchers paper and add any excess fat drippings that you might have catched during the cook.
- Place the brisket in an oven tray and add ½ cup of water.
- Place the brisket in an oven that can be set for a temperature of 65°C or 150°F and let it steam in it's own moisture for 10 hours.
- Unwrap the brisket and slice into your brisket.
- Serve some slices on a tray along with our Baked Beans recipe and our delicious Mac N Cheese.