Brisket Grilled Cheese

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If you’re wondering what to do with all that leftover brisket from the day before, I’ve got the ideal dish for you! What about brisket grilled cheese?

We’re talking about toasted bread with heated brisket and melty cheese. Is there anything more I should say?

I’ll teach you how to prepare a brisket grilled cheese in this recipe. The greatest thing is that you can make this easy yet tasty dinner in about 15 minutes and serve all of your guests.

How to make the best brisket grilled cheese

Brisket Grilled Cheese

I cooked the grilled cheese on my Pit Boss Sierra griddle, but you can easily make it on the stovetop with any nonstick pan.

Because we are using leftover brisket, it is essential to cook it separately before adding it to the sandwich. If you put it in the sandwich first and the brisket is cold, it will take a long time for everything to warm up and the bread will likely burn.

Place your beef on the griddle and roughly cut it into tiny bite-size pieces. They will rapidly warm up and the edges will get crispy, which is delicious.

Meanwhile, butter one side of some sourdough bread and place it on a baking sheet to toast. I prefer to butter the second side of the bread while the first side toasts.

After a few minutes, your brisket should be well warmed. Pile the shredded cheese on top of the brisket and stir it around a bit so the cheese melts and becomes lovely and gooey.

Flip one piece of bread so the other side toasts, then top with your delicious brisket and a bit extra cheese. Place the top piece of bread on top of the grilled cheese and turn it over to ensure that both outer pieces of bread are toasted and everything is melted together into one sandwich.

If your griddle has a lid, you may shut it for a minute to let the cheese to finish melting, or you can pour some water over the sandwich and set a metal bowl over it to allow the steam to melt the cheese.

More ideas for bbq leftovers

  • Leftover brisket bolognese
  • Leftover barbecue pulled pork tacos
  • BBQ sundaes with leftover pulled pork
  • Smoked pulled pork nachos

Brisket Grilled Cheese Recipe


What is the best cheese to put on a brisket sandwich?

Best Brisket Sandwich Cheese
White cheddar, sharp.
Cheddar is a strong cheese.
Jack pepper.
Jack from Monterrey.

What goes best with brisket?

Some of the greatest side dishes to offer with beef brisket are:
Coleslaw with vinegar.
Bar of Baked Potatoes.
Salad with potatoes from Germany.
Salad with tomatoes and cucumbers.
Mac and cheese in the Instant Pot.

What is the best way to cook brisket?

Sear the brisket over medium coals or over a hot fire for 20 minutes each side. Allow roughly 1 hour of cooking time per pound after searing. Slowly cook at a low temperature of 250 degrees Fahrenheit. Cooking temperatures should be measured in a closed pit or grill using an oven thermometer placed near the brisket.

What is the secret to juicy brisket?

We roast our brisket at 250 degrees Fahrenheit (F) using Northwest cherry or apple wood. This temperature will cause the connective tissue to break down, rendering part of the intramuscular fat, preserving the softness and juicy taste.

What is the secret to moist brisket?

Moisture should be added.

You may gently sprinkle the brisket with water, spicy sauce, apple cider vinegar, or apple juice after two or four hours of cooking. Depending on your preferences, you may perform this every 30 minutes or every hour.

What not to do with brisket?

12 Brisket Errors Cooking at the Wrong Temperature Should Be Avoided by Everyone.
Using the Incorrect Rub.
Not allotting (enough) time to smoke.
Brisket was not rested long enough.
Too many changes between chefs.
Before wrapping, just consider the time and temperature.
The Fat is being sprayed.
Smoking the meat too much or too little.

What are the 2 sides of a brisket called?

The brisket is composed of two muscles: the tip and the flat. The point cut is the fatty portion of the brisket known as the deckle. The flat cut, often known as the “first cut,” has the deckle removed, making it slimmer and allowing it to lie flat.

Do you eat brisket with sauce?

Unlike other types of barbecue, such as ribs and pulled pork, brisket is often served dry, or with no sauce on top. However, it is often given with sauce on the side so that you may do your own slathering. When served with brisket, barbecue sauce adds taste and moisture to the meat.

Is it better to cook brisket slow or fast?

Low and slow smoking is often favoured over hot and fast cooking because: the meat stays juicy. The finished product is more soft and flavorful.

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