Kansas City BBQ Brisket Dip

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It is officially appetizer and dip season!  NFL playoffs are happening and we are only a few weeks away from the Big Ticket event.  Each Sunday is made for finger food and amazing tasting dips!  Kansas City BBQ Brisket Dip has big bold and meaty flavor for your most discerning football food fan!Kansas City BBQ Brisket Dip ~ The Plaid & Paisley Kitchen ~ Big Bold Meaty Flavor! Perfect Game Day and Tailgating Dip. This recipe will knock your socks off!This dip is made from the inspiration of our new home Kansas City, MO.  Known for beef bbq and brisket is the meat of choice here.  Now most of you know I am from Memphis and we view our bbq just a little bit differently.  But in the spirit of acceptance I created a dip for the home team Kansas City Chiefs.

Kansas City BBQ Brisket Dip is loaded on meat, bbq sauce, and beans.  This dip is perfect for any party for any team. Your guests are going to go crazy for this!

Kansas City BBQ Brisket Dip ~ The Plaid & Paisley Kitchen ~ Big Bold Meaty Flavor! Perfect Game Day and Tailgating Dip. This recipe will knock your socks offThe main ingredient in this recipe is the brisket meat.  Luckily you don’t have to worry about slow braising a big slab of meat all day to make this.  You can take a sweet short cut.  In the deli section you can find brisket meat all ready cooked and in bbq sauce.  So simple, easy and yet tastes amazing!  You can choose from sweet and tangy to deep and smokey.  I chose the sweet and tangy for this recipe.   {Lloyds and Jack Daniels both make ready to eat brisket}Kansas City BBQ Brisket Dip ~ The Plaid & Paisley Kitchen ~ Big Bold Meaty Flavor! Perfect Game Day and Tailgating Dip. This recipe will knock your socks offUse your favorite Bbq sauce in this recipe.  I used my all time favorite sauce, and I am running low on it, from home.  The Germantown Commissary makes the best bbq sauce and pulled pork you will ever eat!  Now unless you live in the Mid South or are traveling through, you will have to use your local favorite.

I haven’t been home in 7 years and I am on my last bottle……. ROAD TRIP!!!Kansas City BBQ Brisket Dip ~ The Plaid & Paisley Kitchen ~ Big Bold Meaty Flavor! Perfect Game Day and Tailgating Dip. This recipe will knock your socks offThe secret for the true depth of flavor in this recipe is caramelized red onion.  When slow cooked in butter the sweetness of the red onion gives into a deep smoky and slightly sweet flavor.  Paired with the meat and bbq sauce the onions really seal the deal on the great flavor of this dip.

No matter your team that you are rooting for Kansas City BBQ Brisket Dip will be sure to score a touchdown at your next party!

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Kansas City BBQ Brisket Dip

Kansas City BBQ Brisket Dip

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Ingredients

  • 2 packages of ready to use beef brisket
  • 1/2 red onion diced
  • 4 tbsp butter divided
  • 2 14oz cans of fat free refried beans
  • 1 cup bbq sauce
  • 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese

Instructions

  1. in a skillet over medium heat saute the onion in 2 tbs of butter
  2. once they have softened turn heat to medium low
  3. keep stirring frequently and add the additional butter as needed
  4. cook for 15 or so min until the onions are turning a nice caramel color
  5. set aside
  6. preheat oven to 350
  7. in a mixing bowl combine the meat and beans
  8. stir in the onions
  9. spread into a 9x9 baking dish
  10. sprinkle the cheese evenly over the top
  11. bake covered in foil for 25 min
  12. remove foil and bake for 5-7 min more
  13. serve hot with chips or crostini
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I have 19 lovely thoughts, I would love to hear yours.

  1. Judy says:

    I have been looking at “football” food all day and I found a few I will make for suppers. Then I saw the brisket and my mouth went into over drive!! We go to a que place that has been in business over 50 years and their brisket is pure heaven!! MS. has some fantastic que, too!!

  2. This BBQ brisket dip sounds PERFECT for game day! I am currently trying to decide what I want to make for a Superbowl Party I am going to, and this just might be the thing!
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  3. Brisket is something I don’t use often enough. This dip sounds awesome! Perfect for game day.
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  4. Brisket is something I don’t use often enough. This dip sounds awesome! Perfect for game day.
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  5. Brisket and dip, all in one, covered in cheese…I am in love.
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  6. Oh! This is fantastic! I am a huge dip lover and this one looks amazing! Love the sweet and tangy flavor! Can’t wait to try!
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  7. I could do some serious damage to this dip :) Looks awesome!
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  8. My mouth is watering! I love dips!

  9. DANG, this sounds good! It’s after 10pm here and I know I shouldn’t eat this late, but I’d love to snuggle up to a bowl of that right now!
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  10. Dips are often my favorite appetizers at a party, and this one sounds awesome! I’ll have to try this soon!
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