Asian Tea Rubbed Brisket

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Asian Tea Rubbed BrisketThis slow cooked brisket takes all day, but requires little more than patience to turn out a delicious meal with plenty left-over. Instead of traditional Texas style seasonings, we prepped the brisket with a coating of mustard and our Asian Tea Rub, which is smoky and sweet with hints of orange and ginger. The smells coming from the oven will tempt you to peek and rush to the finish, but don’t! The results will be worth the wait.


  1. Hank Seibert says:

    If you were to cook on a smoker what smoke would you use and what if any changes would you make.

    • Jamie says:

      Whatever your favorite local wood to use would be great. Stay away from really strong woods like mesquite.

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