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jrenton
New Orleans Saints Fan
Houston
Member since Mar 2007
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Brisket Jambalaya
I've had good utilizing the calculator method with pork, chicken and sausage. I have been very happy with the result. Looking to switch it up and try brisket.

Anyone had success with this? How should I switch up the cooking of the meat? Sub Brisket for the Pork? If so, will I still get the gratin at the bottom of the pot?

Thanks in advance.


Rouge
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re: Brisket Jambalaya
I'd use beef cheek and prepare them similar to barbacoa


jrenton
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Houston
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re: Brisket Jambalaya
Thanks was looking to use a fattier brisket cut to keep it tender


fightin tigers
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re: Brisket Jambalaya
Just watch to keep it from being greasy. That would be my only concern with fatty brisket cuts.


Stadium Rat
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re: Brisket Jambalaya
Please post your results. Beef Jambalaya is not a thing I've heard of.


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Martini
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re: Brisket Jambalaya
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Thanks was looking to use a fattier brisket cut to keep it tender


How are you going to get the brisket tender in the hour or so it takes to cook a jambalaya?


Btrtigerfan
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re: Brisket Jambalaya
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How are you going to get the brisket tender in the hour or so it takes to cook a jambalaya?


Sous vide, Baw. Bagless.


Btrtigerfan
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re: Brisket Jambalaya
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Brisket Jambalaya


Some Coonass is gonna walk up and axe you for some of that rice dressing. May as well put some pork liver in it.


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Martini
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re: Brisket Jambalaya
I guess.


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X82ndTiger
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re: Brisket Jambalaya
Interesting but no. Brisket has its place, not in a jambalaya.


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gaetti15
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re: Brisket Jambalaya
Maybe cut the brisket into smaller hunks. Brown the shite out of all the sides, then throw it in a smoker till tender...shred into big junks.

Once the brisket is done then proceed to your pot like you would make a normal jambalaya...add shredded brisket into pot at end
This post was edited on 5/11 at 10:02 pm


SixthAndBarone
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re: Brisket Jambalaya
Y’all are idiots. Brisket doesn’t belong in jambalaya. There’s absolutely nothing you can argue to change that fact. Make a real jambalaya and keep brisket for bbq. God, stop trying to be hip!


TH03
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re: Brisket Jambalaya
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Y’all are idiots. Brisket doesn’t belong in jambalaya. There’s absolutely nothing you can argue to change that fact. Make a real jambalaya and keep brisket for bbq. God, stop trying to be hip!


Food has rules!!!!

Brisket jambalaya sounds delicious af. Who cares?


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SUB
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2009
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re: Brisket Jambalaya
Not sure how it'd work but I'd eat it.

I've had a smoked brisket and sausage gumbo that was excellent. It sounded like crap at first but it was damn good.


LSU Wayne
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Walker
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re: Brisket Jambalaya
Hell why stop there? May as well go with a thick cut bacon jambalaya. Or meatball jambalaya. Or seafood jambalaya topped with crawfish etouffee.


TH03
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Dallas
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149474 posts

re: Brisket Jambalaya
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May as well go with a thick cut bacon jambalaya. Or meatball jambalaya. Or seafood jambalaya topped with crawfish etouffee.


Sounds fricking delicious.


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Martini
North Carolina Fan
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Member since Mar 2005
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re: Brisket Jambalaya
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Not sure how it'd work but I'd eat it.



Well I asked that in a serious question and got downvoted to hell.


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Boston911
LSU Fan
Lafayette
Member since Dec 2013
875 posts

re: Brisket Jambalaya
I’m sure if you cooked it most of the way tender in the oven in some beer stock, and before it gets too tender, chop it into 1.5” pieces, then brown it like you would pork, it may work


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CHEDBALLZ
New Orleans Saints Fan
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re: Brisket Jambalaya
You plan on smoking the brisket first? The actually sounds pretty good.


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Tigers0891
Member since Aug 2017
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re: Brisket Jambalaya
I probably wouldn’t do it just because it seems like extra work and has a chance of being overly difficult for nothing really to gain.

However , half chicken and half beef “better than bouillon” makes an aswesome flavor.


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