Brisket Sauce

Brisket sauce which is served over brisket dishes, is most commonly made using ingredients like vinegar, beer, oil, citrus juice, tomato ketchup, and Worcestershire sauce. However, the recipes of the sauces served over briskets vary a lot depending on the taste preferences of the individual and regional specifications. In most cases, the sauces are flavored with spices like cumin, mustard, salt, garlic and pepper. Brisket is a cut of meat which is created from lower chest or breast of veal or beef. The sauces which are used for glazing the briskets are known as brisket mops.  

 

Popular Brisket Sauces

Following are some of the sauces which are either used as a mop sauce (glazing sauce) or dipping sauces for brisket dishes -

 

  • Walter Jetton’s Barbeque Sauce – This sauce was popularized by President Lydon Johnson’s Pitmaster , Walter Jetton, hence the name struck. It is today served in many Texas restaurants along with beef briskets. This sauce is prepared using water, ketchup, cider vinegar, celery stalks, butter, Worcestershire sauce, etc. All the ingredients are combined and boiled in the saucepan and strained before serving.

 

  • Sweet  Brisket Sauce – This sauce is served as a dipping for smoked beef brisket and is prepared using handful of ingredients like tomato paste, water, brown sugar, cinnamon, and white vinegar.

 

  • Hickory Barbecue Sauce- This is one of the popular sauces served over brisket.  This sauce relies on beer and vinegar for its flavor. Some of the other ingredients used in the preparation of sauce are vegetable oil, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, hickory smoke and ground red pepper. These ingredients are combined together and boiled while making a sauce. The sauce gets its name from hickory smoke used to impart distinct character to this sauce.

 

  • Bobby Flay’s Brisket Mop – This brisket mop developed by Bobby Flay comprises ingredients like cider vinegar, beer, oil, coffee, stock and Worcestershire sauce. The sauce is seasoned using ingredients like hot sauce, pepper and salt. These ingredients are whisked together using a hand blender and applied as a glaze on the beef brisket. The sauce is applied on the brisket after rubbing the dry ingredients over it.

Brisket Sauce Blogs

Different Ways Of Presenting Kosher Brisket At Hanukkah Party

Different Ways Of Presenting Kosher Brisket At Hanukkah Party On : 02-Dec-2010 By : yummyyum

Though kosher restricts use of specific ingredients and mixing dairy and meat products, yet there are many different ways of presenting kosher briskets at Hanukkah party . Here I have some kosher brisket recipes that complies with kosher rules and are...

How To Cook Beef Brisket In A Crock Pot

How To Cook Beef Brisket In A Crock Pot On : 24-Aug-2010 By : epicurean104

Beef brisket is one of the eight primal cuts of beef. Beef brisket appeals to many people both for its taste and typically its cost compared to other roasts. It is a versatile meat that can be served like a pot roast or spiced up and shr

Ideas For Hanukkah Dinner Menu: Quick And Easy Ideas To Prepare Jewish Brisket

Ideas For Hanukkah Dinner Menu: Quick And Easy Ideas To Prepare Jewish Brisket On : 01-Dec-2010 By : culinary_explorer

Hanukkah with its festivities and food- and a dinner party with the Jewish brisket – that symbolizes and crowns with its richness, the festive meal; now, if the “crowning glory” of your dinner is missing, here are a few quick and easy ideas to...

How To Cook Brisket On A Gas Grill

How To Cook Brisket On A Gas Grill On : 01-Nov-2011 By : priyam

Even though, brisket is traditionally cooked using indirect heat; direct heat from a gas grill can work prefectly well and give you the same smoky flavor if you know the right method. Brisket, being a tough meat must be cooked slowly in order to keep the...

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