These mouth watering and delicious Leftover Smoked Brisket Recipes show you can create some pretty drool-worthy eats with leftovers! If you haven’t already tried my smoked brisket recipe yet, now is the perfect time to get busy! It’s incredibly simple and even if you don’t have a lot of experience smoking food, you can make it happen.
After you have cooked the beef to perfection, you can use the leftovers to make these fantastic dishes! Let’s dive in and get you excited.
I have a hard time wondering if there is anything better than a thick, hearty chili recipe. This leftover brisket chili is going to blow your mind with the incredible ingredients. Made with shredded brisket, onion, bell pepper, garlic, seasonings, beer, black beans, tomatoes, and diced chilis you just can’t go wrong.
Tender brisket inside of a taco shell with all the fixings! The smoked brisket practically melts in your mouth and adding homemade taco mix, gives it a whole new flavor. These brisket tacos are the perfect way to use up leftovers and make the most out of your meat.
Talk about a crowd pleaser! Transforming leftover brisket into a tasty bbq pizza that’s made for a king is easy, and something you will want to make over and over! Whether you are inviting your buddies over to watch the game, or you want something incredible for dinner, this brisket pizza is awesome.
Tantalize your tastebuds with this easy skillet nachos recipe. The secret is using smoked brisket to elevate the flavors. You can throw them together in 20 minutes and can served as an appetizer or main course. Either way, everyone is going to go wild for them.
If you haven’t sunk your teeth into a Texas Twinkie yet, now is the time to jump on board. Spicy jalapenos filled with cream cheese, Monterrey jack cheese, smoked brisket, and wrapped in bacon. Smothered in sweet barbecue sauce, you won’t be able to resist going back for more. Serve this leftover smoked brisket recipe at parties or as an easy weeknight treat.
It doesn’t get more classic than mac & cheese! This elevated mac and cheese is filled with leftover smoked brisket. I love how smoky, creamy, and rich this savory dish is. Adding some crumbly bacon is the perfect finishing touch. The explosion of flavors is unlike anything your mama used to make.
Use leftover brisket to prepare for game day with the Beer and Brisket Queso recipe. It is loaded with goodies and takes on the wonderful smoked flavor from the grill.
Where are my white queso lovers? These incredibly easy white queso nachos are complete with smoked brisket, bbq sauce, creamy queso, and fresh tomatoes. They make a quick and easy lunch or they are popular with a crowd too. From start to finish, they only take about 20 minutes to make. They are great for last minute get-togethers too.
When you taste this mouthwatering Brunswick stew, you will fall in love with it. Loaded with southern flavors that will keep you coming back for more. It has the perfect combination of seasonings, smoked brisket, veggies, and sauce. Try it and you’ll have a new favorite stew recipe.
Another stew I am excited to share is this leftover brisket stew. Each spoonful has shredded brisket, carrots, potatoes, onions, and celery. It’s seasoned with garlic, Worcestershire sauce, beer, bay leaves, brisket rub, and a little bit of smoked paprika to round out the flavors. This stew recipe also makes great leftovers, so you can enjoy it for several days.
Those days when you don’t have a lot of time to cook a big extravagant meal, this cowboy brisket casserole swoops in to save the day. It’s super flavorful and quick to make. The key ingredient is leftover smoked brisket, but it also has cheddar cheese, cornbread, corn, and ranch style beans to complete the dish. Try it, you won’t regret it!
It’s hard to resist a brisket quesadilla that is this good! Flour tortillas that are grilled and filled with lots of smoky brisket, gooey cheese, and a touch of barbecue sauce. Cooking them on your Blackstone griddle makes it fast, and easy! Kids and adults will go crazy for these quesadillas.
You don’t have to always rely on someone else’s recipe when trying to drum up ideas on how to use leftovers. Look through your family cookbooks and start adapting on your own. Just by looking at our site, we could adapt the Poor Man’s Burnt Ends, Smoked Chili or make a big batch of breakfast casserole substituting the brisket for the sausage.
While you do need to follow each recipe, in general, reheating brisket should be done slowly. Warming it slowly will ensure it stays juicy and moist.
Begin by heating your oven to 325 degrees and place it in a casserole dish. Heat for 30-40 minutes or until it’s hot. I recommend adding any leftover juices you have or adding a little bit of broth to keep it moist.
Yep, it’s a great way to save leftovers and have them on hand whenever you need them. If you have a vacuum sealer, I recommend using it for the brisket. If not, you can place the leftovers in a freezer bag and remove any extra air. Then place the bags inside of another larger container. The meat will last in the freezer 3-4 months.
What is your favorite way to use leftover brisket? Comment below and give us the scoop!