1 Brisket Point
Georgia Style BBQ Sauce (mustard base)
As Needed Pit Boss Chop House Steak Rub
Learn how to make Brisket Burnt Ends with this simple recipe that uses a Georgia style mustard-based BBQ sauce. These burnt ends make a great appetizer for a game day party. Fire this one up in the morning and you should have them ready to go for the afternoon kick off.
It starts with smoking the Brisket Point for 250°F until it reaches an internal temperature of 190°F. Cut the brisket into cubes, place in a roasting pan and mix with seasonings and your favorite BBQ sauce. Then place back on the grill for another 2 hours. Delicious!
If you’re cooking a full brisket, be sure to separate the point end from the flat after it has finished cooking. Then cut long 1-inch thick strips against the grain of the meat. Finally cut these strips into even cubes.
Note: It is recommended to use Classic Hardwood Pellets with the recipe.
This recipe uses Chop House Steak Rub Seasoning.
Mix a shot of Whiskey or Bourbon into the sauce for an extra kick!