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  • Hugh
    Former Member
    • Jun 2017
    • 357

    How to reheat brisket?

    Did a nice brisket but the left over meat from the fridge is dry when sliced. I don't like the taste of microwaved steak so I'm guessing that isn't the best way. I didn't save any juices from the cook. Sous Vide in a bag with some beef broth? Feed to dog and cook a new one?
  • Deaf Arty
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    • Nov 2016
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    #2
    Microwaving slices of brisket has always worked well for me. I put in some if the juices I reserved, but I imagine beef broth would be a reasonable substitute. I allow only about 30 seconds for a big serving of slices. As long as you don't go too long in the MW you should be ok. Maybe try it with a few slices as an experimenr.

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    • Hugh
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      • Jun 2017
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      #3
      Thanks Arty

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      • CaptainMike
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        #4
        I usually make enough of a mop sauce to splash on some leftovers. Moisten then MW, or wrap in foil with a splash and reheat in oven or grill.

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        • kmhfive
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          • Mar 2017
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          #5
          SV is definitely a winner -- hot water between 150F and 200F on the stovetop works as a substitute.

          Broth will work work well for MW if you've got no other choice (like me at work).

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          • Hugh
            Former Member
            • Jun 2017
            • 357

            #6
            Thx guys. I'm going to try hot water in a plastic bag around 150 in the stove for lunch momentarily! I have to pull out my thermapen just to play.

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            • kmhfive
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              Enjoy!
          • Ddecker
            Former Member
            • Jul 2017
            • 35
            • N TX

            #7
            Yet another option. Make a brisket pizza, put on grill and bam! Brisket is reheated!

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            • Hugh
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              • Jun 2017
              • 357

              #8
              I'm a happy camper. I enjoyed my sandwich. Also, my guests went home with some brisket and reheated it (steamed). They enjoyed it. They phoned and asked for the recipe for my coleslaw as well (I mean Meatheads). First time the sister in law has asked me for a recipe. Must have been good.

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                YeeHaw! Good work.
            • HorseDoctor
              Charter Member
              • Sep 2014
              • 1147
              • Central Iowa

              #9
              Another great use for your new SV machine (aka Hot Tub Time Machine 😉). Reheating any kind of leftovers, not just BBQ.

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              • texastweeter
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                • Jul 2017
                • 2938
                • Republic of Texas

                #10
                Put a little Texas Mop Sauce and a few pats of butter on it, seal in in an aluminum pan TIGHT with some foil,and heat in the oven on convection roast at 225 degrees until the temperature of your liking.

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                • Ernest
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                  • Jul 2014
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                  • Dallas, Texas
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                  #11
                  I reheat BBQ leftovers in 135 Hot tub time machine. Just drop it in and go about my business.

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                  • Hugh
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                    • Jun 2017
                    • 357

                    #12
                    that does sound perfect. My hot water runs around 140. So easy.

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