Per Serving (471 calories, 31 g protein, 11 g fat,
19 g carbohydrate, 236 mg sodium, 3.6 mg iron (26% DV).
Excellent source of iron)
Technically, you should use a pit or home smoker to smoke beef brisket (sometimes for up to 18 hours), but it can be smoked indirectly as in this recipe, using a covered charcoal or gas grill.
Even in a heat wave, you can enjoy roast beef and still keep your cool! For a super-simple backyard party barbecue-roasting is a great way to kick back and just enjoy the fun — once the roast is on the grill, it just cooks unattended!
Take a trip south of the border with the flavours of lime and smoked chipotles. Serve cooked roast thinly sliced with chopped fresh coriander, tortillas, salsa and guacamole. If you don’t have a rotisserie, cook by indirect heat.
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