Odd? Maybe. Tasty? Yep! The coffee in this beef brisket dry rub recipe adds a subtle, unique flavor to the finished brisket.
If you are using a water smoker, add several cups of brewed coffee to the water pan, along with a sliced onion, some celery, and enough water to fill. These flavors will baste the brisket as it smokes.
If you don't want to fire up the smoker, you can oven-bake this one. Set the oven to 225 degrees, and place the brisket on a rack in large pan.
Add one tablespoon of Wright's Liquid Smoke to the brisket mopping sauce, and mop it every hour until it's done.
Here's what you'll need...
Mix this rub well and store in a closed container. It makes enough brisket dry rub for one large beef brisket. Enjoy this one with a pot of fresh-brewed mountain grown Columbian
For information about smoking brisket, check out How to Smoke a Brisket . You'll find tips and techniques that will make brisket smoking easy!
You can also use this mopping sauce for even more flavor and moistness.