Tammy's Smoked Brisket Taquitos

Tammy Brownlow


Left over brisket makes great sandwiches - and awesome taquitos. After assembling you can freeze them for later and bake them anytime - for snack night or appetizer for your next party.

I made them for an all day movie marathon on a rainy day as part of an appetizer buffet. I served a jalapeno ranch sauce but just about any sauce would be great - bbq, queso, salsa.

I hope you give these a try - pulled pork would be great too!

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as many as you have brisket for
10 Min
30 Min


left over brisket, pulled apart like pulled pork
corn tortillas
vegetable oil
excellent with That Green Sauce


1In a small skillet on medium low heat - heat oil.
2Add corn tortillas one at a time, and cook until softened. Remove and place on paper towels.
3Pat tortillas with additional paper towels to remove excess oil.
4Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Add 1/8 cup filling (I just eye it) to end of tortillas. Roll tightly and put seam side down on baking sheet with edges. (If you would like, after rolling taquitos - place in freezer bags and bake when ready - the cooking time will be longer unless you let them thaw)
5Bake for 15 minutes. Turn seam side up and bake an additional 15 minutes. Enjoy with your favorite dipping sauces.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Beef
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids
Hashtags: #snacks, #brisket, #taquitos