Brisket Toastie
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Brisket Toastie

The Ultimate Leftover Recipe

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If you find yourself with leftover brisket (is that even a thing?!) then turn it into a delicious toastie between two slices of sourdough bread with swiss cheese, BBQ sauce and red onion. Comfort food fit for a king.
Prep time
5 Minutes
Cook time
7 Minutes
Serves
1
Fuel
Black Wattle Charcoal 4kg Bag
Fuel
Heat Beads® 10kg Hardwood Lump Charcoal
Best cooked on
Stack Smoker & BBQ

Ingredients

2 Slices of Ploughmans Sourdough
1/4 Red Onion, sliced
4 slices of Swiss Cheese
Whitlock & Sons SmokeyBBQ Sauce
Leftover brisket (or meat of your choice)

Equipment

Lump Charcoal
Jaffle Irons
Fire Pit

  1. Grease jaffle irons with cooking spray or butter.
  2. Prepare the fire bowl by heating lump charcoal in a Charmate chimney starter for about 10 minutes, transfer charcoal lump into fire bowl and leave to ash over.
  3. Take two slices of sourdough and butter one side of each slice.
  4. On the reverse side, generously spread BBQ sauce to desired amount and layer with 4 slices of swiss cheese.
  5. Follow with 4 (or more) slices of leftover Brisket and sprinkle with sliced red onion.
  6. Place slice with toppings into Jaffle iron and make a sandwich by placing the other slice directly on top so that the buttered sides are on the outside.
  7. Close Jaffle iron and hook the latch around the wire to close tight.
  8. Transfer to fire pit and place directly over the charcoal lump, turning each minute checking as you go for roughly 5-7 minutes or until the desired toastiness has been achieved.
  9. Unhook the wire catch and open the jaffle irons, using the cool wire handles flip the Toastie out onto a plate.
  10. Cut on the diagonal and enjoy!
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