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Thursday, March 11, 2010

Mesquite Smoked Brisket Indian Tacos

I've really gotten a lot of use out of this big honkin' brisket. :)

This is the same brisket that I used for my Drill Press Tortillas
and my Huevos Rancheros with Smoked Brisket Hash

I smoked the brisket and divided it into baggies that were better suited for my meals and put them in the freezer. It was nice to have the smoked meat on hand. :)












I made my indian fry bread...






topped with smoked brisket....




then added cheese, a fajita sauce, lettuce and fresh pico....


It was a quick and tasty meal for me. :)

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well, I've been checkin' out your blogs for several days now and come to the conclusion that there doesn't seem to be a thing you do that isn't impressive. I started country livin' in E. Texas and now am in Az. My best friend is from Broken Arrow, OK and he's told about how the country gals are back there but I didn't believe him until now. Keep up the good livin' and I look forward to future posts. Thank you!!
CJ

Rocco said...

your my dream girl jeanie!
so is that a knife & fork type dish?

cowgirl said...

lol CJ, Thank you!
I think we (ok girls) have to be "Jills of all trades" to survive out here. lol
I appreciate you reading my blogs and taking the time to leave your nice comment. :)
I've not been to Broken Arrow in awhile but it's a really pretty area of Oklahoma.
Sounds like you are enjoying the country life too. :)
I've always liked Texas.. both east and west.
I'm afraid I have not spent much time in AZ, but would like to someday.

Thanks again CJ, Nice to meet you!

cowgirl said...

Rocco, you are so sweet!!
Thank you. :)
I fold the taco to eat. It's not easy. lol
I try not to pile the filling on so high but it's easy to get carried away.
They are really thick tacos.:)
Thanks again Rocco,
Hope all is going well with you in Chicagoland.

Capt. Ron said...

Jeanie, as always it looks delicious!

cowgirl said...

Capt. Ron, Thank you! It was pretty tasty.
I liked the looks of your canadian bacon. :)

A Year on the Grill said...

Island living, I had an hour to read over your blog from the last two years...

An impressive body of work... when's the book coming?

cowgirl said...

David..what a kind thing to say. Thank you! :)
I can't imagine reading two years worth of my blog.. lol I'm sure it wasn't very interesting.

Hope you are having a great time on the island. :)

Chris said...

You are the brisk-a-nator! Great looking brisky, Jeannie!

cowgirl said...

Ha! Chris I like that name. lol
Thanks! :)

Big Dude said...

That looks way good Jeanie. I did a couple of briskets on Wed both both for others.

Tim said...

Fill us in on the fry bread!

cowgirl said...

Thank you Big Dude! It would be hard to smoke them and not take a taste.
You are a stronger person than I. :)

cowgirl said...

Hi Tim!
It's an easy recipe that I use a lot. lol
http://cowgirlscountry.blogspot.com/2009/10/mesquite-smoked-beef-indian-tacos.html

Hope you give it a try sometime! :)

David McGuire said...

Now that is a REAL taco. Outstanding!

Paul said...

Looks great as usual! Are you planting your salsa ingredients yet?

cowgirl said...

Hey David...thanks! It was definately filling. :)

cowgirl said...

Hi Paul, Thank you!
I've not started anything outdoors, but have seed pots going in the house.
I imagine you are getting ready to start your garden?
Hope all is well in Texas! :)