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    Fried brisket?

    Ya’ll have to take a look at Guga Foods on YouTube. He does a Nashville Fried Hot Brisket w/Bread. This’ll trip someones trigger.
    Last edited by FireMan; November 2, 2021, 09:03 PM.

    #2
    Does he fry it low and slow?

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    • FireMan
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      Check it out. It looks pretty amazing.

    • RonB
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      FireMan - it does look pretty good for sure...

    #3
    I can't YouTube on my work computer, but this link should be what our esteemed friend is referring to.

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      #4
      Better than when he microwaved one.

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      • FireMan
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        That still cracks me up.

      • DogFaced PonySoldier
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        Better than when he did one sous vide for a MONTH!

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      • Stuey1515
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        Gonna have to try this once I get my Brisket wings, thanks mate

      #6
      Beddie Bye Time, but will check it out later...
      Guga is an absolute Hoot!!!

      Thanks, Brother!

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        #7
        This post doesn't belong here. This is recipes only. Just sayin'.

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          #8
          I would eat that!

          I gotta wonder if you would do better to smoke the brisket, then coat individual slices or cubes in the batter and season. I'm thinking like brisket burnt end sized chunks, but battered, fried and coated in the Nashville Hot seasonings.

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          • DogFaced PonySoldier
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            This was definitely my thought on the matter. I don't think doing the whole thing is the way to go, but, battering and throwing a quick fry on some cubes or slices might be fantastic!

          • tstalafuse
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            I am thinking once it is smoked, and then slice to make chicken fried steak...

          #9
          Very Interesting, Guga and friends did a nice review, but if it was hot for them . . . I think I will go pepper-less.

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            #10
            I wonder what it would be like if he fried (thick?) slices instead of the whole brisket? In addition to being cumbersome to fry, you only get the crust on the outside and then, once sliced, you are only getting s small amount of the crust. Thoughts????

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            • jfmorris
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              That was my thought as well. I would rather do it in slices or chunks (like burnt ends) for the battering and frying.

            #11
            I did notice that Harry Soo had a vid on Chicken fried Brisket. Interesting.

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            • DogFaced PonySoldier
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              I needa check that one out, too.

            • RonB
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              So how do you train a chicken to fry a brisket?

            • FireMan
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              RonB you treat the bird with kindness & call it: “ here chickie, chickie, chickie. We got some beefussess to cook to save yer little butt”. And they come runnin in a hurry cuz they live another day, providing they don’t splash some hot oil on themselves.

            #12
            Generally speaking I like Guga, the guy cracks me up. But forget trying to re-invent the brisket wheel, too much mess for a big greasy result.

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              #13
              I’d eat if fer sure,,,,

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              • FireMan
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                You would, cuz by the looks of things, yer a goose & you wouldn’t be cooked.

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