You don’t have to man the smoker all day to get barbecue on the table for dinner (even on a weeknight). Instead, slow-cook a brisket until it’s so tender that a meat fork can be pulled out without any resistance, then break out the coleslaw.
Tried this recipe with a beef hip roast, and came out amazing - huge hit with even the fussy types. Didn't have canned chipotles, so substituted half a chopped jalapeno. Didn't have tomato sauce either but diluted tomato paste and used that. Added about 1/2 cup of beef broth. Started it in the slow cooker on high for about an hour, then switched to low for another five hours. Delightful! Hot brisket beef tonight and sandwiches tomorrow :)
To TMG...tomato sauce is the stuff that comes in the 8 oz cans...clearly labeled "Tomato Sauce"...usually found in the vegetable aisle or pasta sauce aisle of the grocery store. You could substitute ketchup if you wish.
What do they mean by "tomato sauce"??
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