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Beef Brisket Rub

The smell of smoked beef brisket can take you back in time down an old dirt road, or maybe for you it is a hunting camp, a 4th of July block party or a holiday celebration.

Jimmy’s Sauces has a variety of seasoning packs and sauces that make a great rub for beef brisket whether you are grilling, smoking, or baking brisket.

Beef Brisket Rub

The smell of smoked beef brisket can take you back in time down an old dirt road, or maybe for you it is a hunting camp, a 4th of July block party or a holiday celebration.

Jimmy’s Sauces has a variety of seasoning packs and sauces that make a great rub for beef brisket whether you are grilling, smoking, or baking brisket.

Crown National Texas Beef Rubs for Brisket

You know what they say in Texas. Go big or go home. Beef brisket is a Texas-sized cut of meat and can feed a pretty big crowd.

Our Crown National rubs for beef brisket boast a big flavor. Use it as a dry rub for grilling or smoking beef brisket. Make sure to let the meat rest for at least 15 minutes prior to cooking.  

 

Crown National Texas Beef Rubs for Brisket

You know what they say in Texas. Go big or go home. Beef brisket is a Texas-sized cut of meat and can feed a pretty big crowd.

Our Crown National rubs for beef brisket boast a big flavor. Use it as a dry rub for grilling or smoking beef brisket. Make sure to let the meat rest for at least 15 minutes prior to cooking.  

 

Our Beef Brisket Rub Ingredients

Our beef brisket rub ingredients are carefully blended to provide a rich flavor boost to brisket whether you are smoking, braising, grilling, or baking brisket.

If you would like a mild flavor, we recommend leaving the rub on for 15 minutes. If you prefer a more robust flavor, we advise leaving the rub on for at least two hours. 

Using a Beef Brisket Rub for Grilling

Are you planning to grill beef brisket? You may or may not know that beef brisket has two cuts of meat. The first cut, which is the lean cut and the second cut, known as the deckle, is a fattier marbled piece of beef.

We recommend using the second cut for grilling and here is the best way to prepare it. At least 15 minutes prior to grilling, coat the beef brisket in a dry rub.

Sprinkle it on the meat and rub it in and let it sit for 15 minutes. This adds flavor and also creates a crust on the outside of the meat. Now, it is ready for the grill.   

Our Beef Brisket Rub Ingredients

Our beef brisket rub ingredients are carefully blended to provide a rich flavor boost to brisket whether you are smoking, braising, grilling, or baking brisket.

If you would like a mild flavor, we recommend leaving the rub on for 15 minutes. If you prefer a more robust flavor, we advise leaving the rub on for at least two hours. 

Using a Beef Brisket Rub for Grilling

Are you planning to grill beef brisket? You may or may not know that beef brisket has two cuts of meat. The first cut, which is the lean cut and the second cut, known as the deckle, is a fattier marbled piece of beef.

We recommend using the second cut for grilling and here is the best way to prepare it. At least 15 minutes prior to grilling, coat the beef brisket in a dry rub.

Sprinkle it on the meat and rub it in and let it sit for 15 minutes. This adds flavor and also creates a crust on the outside of the meat. Now, it is ready for the grill.   

Our Favorite Beef Brisket Recipe

Our favorite beef brisket rub recipe calls for a Crown National seasoning pack and our favorite way to prepare it is in the slow cooker.  

Ingredients:

  • 3 tablespoons of olive oil
  • 3-4 tablespoons of Jimmy’s Brisket Rub seasoning pack
  • 4 pounds of beef brisket (2nd cut which is the fattier cut of meat)
  • 2 sweet onions sliced thin
  • 2 cups of beef broth (can substitute chicken broth)

 

Directions:

  1. Rub Jimmy’s Brisket rub (seasoning) on top and bottom of the brisket and let it rest for 10 to 15 minutes.
  2. Using 1 tablespoon of olive oil, sear brisket on each side for 5 minutes i in a skillet over medium/high heat. Transfer to the slow cooker.
  3. Using another tablespoon of olive oil, saute the onions over medium heat until they are clear which is about 4-5 minutes. Transfer to the slow cooker.
  4. Saute mushrooms in 1 tablespoon of olive oil for 3 minutes and transfer to the slow cooker.
  5. Pour two cups of beef broth into slow cooker and cook on low for 8 hours.

Our Favorite Beef Brisket Recipe

Our favorite beef brisket rub recipe calls for a Crown National seasoning pack and our favorite way to prepare it is in the slow cooker.  

Ingredients:

  • 3 tablespoons of olive oil
  • 3-4 tablespoons of Jimmy’s Brisket Rub seasoning pack
  • 4 pounds of beef brisket (2nd cut which is the fattier cut of meat)
  • 2 sweet onions sliced thin
  • 2 cups of beef broth (can substitute chicken broth)

 

Directions:

  1. Rub Jimmy’s Brisket rub (seasoning) on top and bottom of the brisket and let it rest for 10 to 15 minutes.
  2. Using 1 tablespoon of olive oil, sear brisket on each side for 5 minutes i in a skillet over medium/high heat. Transfer to the slow cooker.
  3. Using another tablespoon of olive oil, saute the onions over medium heat until they are clear which is about 4-5 minutes. Transfer to the slow cooker.
  4. Saute mushrooms in 1 tablespoon of olive oil for 3 minutes and transfer to the slow cooker.
  5. Pour two cups of beef broth into slow cooker and cook on low for 8 hours.

Using a Beef Brisket Rub for Smoked Meat

Smoking beef brisket is a delicious way to prepare beef brisket. Make sure to get what they call the 2nd cut of meat for the brisket. This cut is marbled with fat which helps to keep the meat moist on the smoker.

Rub some seasoning on the top, bottom and sides of the meet. How long should the rub rest on the meat before putting it on the smoker? Well, that depends on the strength of flavor that you want. It can sit up anywhere from 15 minutes to 2 hours for a stronger flavor. 

 

Using a Beef Brisket Rub in the Oven

If you plan to cook beef brisket in the oven, we recommend making sure to coat the beef in a dry rub like the ones we offer.

This is especially important if you get a lean cut of brisket also known as the 1st cut. Because first cut brisket tends to be a tougher cut of meat, this rub helps to hold in the moisture and kick in the flavor. Cook the brisket on a low heat, slowly, for several hours for optimal results. 

Using a Beef Brisket Rub for Smoked Meat

Smoking beef brisket is a delicious way to prepare beef brisket. Make sure to get what they call the 2nd cut of meat for the brisket. This cut is marbled with fat which helps to keep the meat moist on the smoker.

Rub some seasoning on the top, bottom and sides of the meet. How long should the rub rest on the meat before putting it on the smoker? Well, that depends on the strength of flavor that you want. It can sit up anywhere from 15 minutes to 2 hours for a stronger flavor. 

 

Using a Beef Brisket Rub in the Oven

If you plan to cook beef brisket in the oven, we recommend making sure to coat the beef in a dry rub like the ones we offer.

This is especially important if you get a lean cut of brisket also known as the 1st cut. Because first cut brisket tends to be a tougher cut of meat, this rub helps to hold in the moisture and kick in the flavor. Cook the brisket on a low heat, slowly, for several hours for optimal results. 

Some Beef Brisket Rubs to Get You Started

Crown National MeisterClub Beef Sausage Seasoning 

35.3 oz.

$15.95

A bag of Crown National's Beef Sausage Seasoning

Crown National Something Chunky Sosatie Seasoning

17.65 oz.

$29.95

A bag of Crown National's Something Chunky Sosatie seasoning
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