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Thursday, September 27, 2012

Pulled Beef on Indian Fry Bread

After seeing pics of a friend's smoked beef chuck the other day, I couldn't get it out of my mind. I haven't smoked a chuck in quite awhile and his looked sooooo goood!.



I used a simple seasoning of cracked black pepper, some of my smoked coarse salt and a little sprinkle of granulated garlic...



Into the Big Poppa Smoker drum...




I let it go for 2 hours uncovered...




then added beef stock and onions....and foiled til tender. (about 3 1/2 more hours)






while the beef chuck cooked I made a batch of Indian fry bread...
 combined
2 cups of flour
1 TBS baking powder
1 tsp salt
Then worked in 1 TBS of lard
When the lard was worked in well I added 1/2 cup of warm water.
Kneaded well and covered for 30 minutes







Rolled and used hands to form circles. I like to keep the edges thicker than the center...



Fried til puffy and golden...



the tender beef chuck...





the puffy fry bread...



pulled beef....



topped with fresh pico, lettuce, smoked pepper jack cheese and a dollop of sour cream




It was pretty tasty. I could tell I should have smoked two chucks instead of just one. :)



8 comments:

Michael said...

Been reading for a while. You make the tastiest things.
This is definitely getting made at my house next weekend.

cowgirl said...

Michael thank you! I appreciate you stopping by my blog. Hope the tacos turn out well for you.
I made four large fry breads with this recipe. They were pretty big. lol
Could probably get 6 smaller ones out of the dough if you want.

Thanks again Michael, nice to meet you. :)

Richtee said...

Dang... I just got done with dinner, but I wanna eat again!

Jeannie... guess what! I got me a Lang! 60D!

Miss your posts, sweetie... hugs!

The Mad Hunky

cowgirl said...

Wow Rich that's great!! Congratulations! I know you will be making some delicious goodies with that Lang. Heck, you were before you got it. lol :)

Miss seeing what all you're cooking up too Rich. Thanks for stopping by!
Brace yourself....
(((HUGS))) :)

David said...

That looks great.... haven't done a chuck but I will now!

cowgirl said...

Thank you David! Appreciate you stopping by! :)

Sean Vandermeulen said...

What temp did you smoke it at?

cowgirl said...

275F Sean! :)