|R to L: black pepper, thyme, red chili flake, garlic powder, brown sugar, paprika, mustard powder, chili powder, salt, white pepper, cumin|
We poured a bit of vegetable oil on the brisket, and rubbed him down with our spice mixture. Be sure to massage it in to help tenderize the meat too.
Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. They make the most amazing brisket I've ever had. It just melts in your mouth! So we turned to them for inspiration on the sauce, and found a recipe online for a variation on their wango tango sauce. We started by mincing up the onion, peppers and garlic. You could use a food processor to get tiny pieces, but I like chopping by hand. In this step, we substituted an anaheim pepper for the green pepper, and we used 2 habaneros so as not to overpower the sauce with spice. We also toasted up some mustard seeds before adding in the peppers and onions to saute.