Beef Salted Brisket 2kg – Tangy Sweet taste – Simply Delicious

£24.00

N&C Produce Beef Salted Brisket is a combination of high quality Grass-Fed Beef Brisket combined with a traditional “Brine”.

Using a recipe handed down through generations of making the best Salt Beef Sandwiches in London, this salt Beef Brisket is superb.

At approximately 2 kilos it is great value for money & simple to cook at home.

What’s the Best Way to make Salt Beef Brisket.

To prepare the onions, add the vinegar, sugar, thyme, bay leaf and garlic to a pan and bring to the boil. Add the onions, immediately remove from the heat and allow the liquid and onions to cool and pickle

Once cool, remove the onions from the liquid, cut in half and scorch the cut-side of the onions in a hot pan. Separate into layers and set aside

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Beef Salted Brisket
Beef Salted Brisket

N&C Produce Salt Beef Brisket is a combination of high quality Grass-Fed Beef Brisket combined with a traditional “Brine”. Using a recipe handed down through generations of making the best Salt Beef Sandwiches in London.

This salt Beef Brisket is superb. At approximately 2 kilos it is great value for money & simple to cook at home.

What’s the Best Way to make Salt Beef Brisket.

To prepare the onions, add the vinegar, sugar, thyme, bay leaf and garlic to a pan and bring to the boil. Add the onions, immediately remove from the heat and allow the liquid and onions to cool and pickle

Once cool, remove the onions from the liquid, cut in half and scorch the cut-side of the onions in a hot pan. Separate into layers and set aside

What kind of Beef do you use to make Salt Beef

Cuts such as beef brisket or silverside are preferable for making salt beef, as they hold up better during the long brining and boiling process, which breaks down the connective tissue to give a melt-in-the-mouth texture.

Raw beef is initially brined for up to a week or more, so it’s important that the brine mixture has enough salt…

Where does the Brisket come from

Brisket is a beef cut taken from the breast section of the cow beneath the first five ribs, behind the fore shank. It comprises the pectoral muscles of the cow, which supports much of the animal’s weight. Consequently, brisket can be a large cut of meat, between 3 and 8 pounds, and is rich in the connective tissue collagen.

Additional information

Weight 2 kg