How Long To Smoke A 10 Pound Brisket?
Checking the Temperature While Smoking
To achieve the best results, I cook the beef brisket at 225 degrees for about 1 hour and 15 minutes per pound.
The time per pound is strictly a guide and cooking times will actually vary.
How do you cook a 10 pound brisket?
Sear brisket directly over medium coals or near a hot fire: 20 minutes per side. After searing, allow approximately 1 hour of cooking time per pound. Slow cook at a low temperature of 250 ˚F. Measure cooking temperatures in a closed pit or grill with an oven thermometer set near the brisket.
How big is a 10 lb brisket?
The typical full brisket weighs in at 8-12 pounds and is about 12-20 inches long and about 12 inches wide. The ‘point’ is the thicker end and the ‘flat’ is the thinner end. The deckle end is the ‘point’ end. [How do I barbecue a beef Brisket?]
How long does it take to smoke a 12 pound brisket?
How do you smoke an 11 pound brisket?
Once you put the rubbed brisket on your 225F-degree smoker, spritz it with apple cider vinegar every couple hours. When it reaches about 165F degrees and has a beautiful mahogany bark, spritz it some more and wrap it tightly in two layers of foil or peach paper. For a 11-pound brisket, this can take about 5-6 hours.