For the Love of BBQ: Smoked Burnt Ends

by BRIAN JARED: Instagram handle @Winstonsalem_nc_bbq

Delicious twist on Pork Belly or Brisket burnt ends that your family is going to love! 

Chuck Roast Burnt Ends

Prep Time: 15 Minutes

Cook Time: 6 Hours

Yields: 10-15 Servings

With this recipe, you can use one or more chuck roast depending on how many people you are feeding. I used a 5-6 pound chuck roast for this recipe. Using mustard as a binder, slather the chuck roast and season generously with any beef rub you would like. I used Lanes BBQ Signature rub. Let the meat sit for about 10 minutes before putting it on the smoker. Set your smoker to 275 degrees and spritz every hour with beef broth. Once you have an internal temperature of 185 degrees, pull off and wrap in aluminum foil with a stick of butter. Put it back on the smoker until an internal temperature of 200 degrees. Take off and cut in small cube-size pieces. Put it in an aluminum pan with another stick of butter, brown sugar and your favorite BBQ sauce. Cover in foil and place back on the smoker for an hour or two. These will melt in your mouth and disappear fast! Enjoy! 

5-6 pound chuck roast

2T of your favorite beef rub

2 sticks of salted butter

2T brown sugar

1 cup BBQ sauce 

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