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Brisket flat temp #8037809 11/04/20 07:43 PM
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Thawing a brisket flat now. Putting in the MES tomorrow morn. What internal temp should I be aiming for?

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I would shoot for 205° internal, but make sure that the temp. probe goes in like butter. Some briskets need more or less than others. When the probe goes in easily it is done.

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Originally Posted by TPACK
I would shoot for 205° internal, but make sure that the temp. probe goes in like butter. Some briskets need more or less than others. When the probe goes in easily it is done.

Cool, thanks for the info.

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Yeah, 195 to 205, but it is more of a "feel" thing to me. Way to easy to over-cook a flat!!

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Originally Posted by Blank
Yeah, 195 to 205, but it is more of a "feel" thing to me. Way to easy to over-cook a flat!!

agree ... I typically shoot for 202° but it can be anywhere from 195 to 208


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Last brisket I did was done at 195.


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Re: Brisket flat temp [Re: Blank] #8046183 11/11/20 07:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Blank
Yeah, 195 to 205, but it is more of a "feel" thing to me. Way to easy to over-cook a flat!!

If it stalls out inbetween these temps pull it. It will be done.

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