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Spiced Pulled Beef Brisket

$23 inc GST

Serves 4 – 375g

Dry rubbed with spices then slow-cooked in beef stock, this dish packs an incredible depth of flavour – spicy, but not too hot.

Recipe by chef Christopher Howe

Christopher Howe

Christopher Howe

“I love the ritualistic, almost primal, time honoured and highly artful process of slow cooking meats. Whether that’s a campfire in the bush, a barbie on the verandah, or an off-set in the backyard, there’s something so satisfying about investing the time and effort in getting it right, and hearing the “ooohs” and “ahs” of friends and family as they greedily tuck
into a delicious, perfectly cooked beef such as this brisket.

I’m an honest guy, and sometimes whilst we desire the result, we don’t always have the time required to invest in creating it. There’s no shame in that – that’s where the incredible convenience of this pulled Provenir brisket steps up to the crease!

Dry rubbed with 10 aromatic spices, a splash of our own rich beef stock, and slow cooked for hours to perfection, this dish packs some serious smokey and spicy flavour and is mouth wateringly unctuous, and ultimately delicious!”

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Description

Dry rubbed with spices then slow-cooked in beef stock, this dish packs an incredible depth of flavour – spicy, but not too hot.

Serving Suggestions

Classic Sliders

Just grab some slider or burger buns, slaw, sliced red onion and cucumber pickles for a quick and delicious crowd pleaser – add cheese and mayo if you must (we do), or even sour cream or yoghurt instead!

Tacos

Choose your own adventure! Hard or the traditional soft taco, fresh tomato, finely sliced red onion, oak or butter lettuce, pickled jalapeños, smashed avo, grated cheddar, chopped coriander and mint, sour cream and a squeeze of fresh lemon or lime. Easy as!

May contain sulphates, soy, egg, dairy, fish, crustacea, nuts, tree nuts, peanuts & sesame.

Place pouch in a large pot of simmering water for 10 minutes, remove from pot, open with care, stir and serve.

Provenir grass-fed beef brisket, beef stock (water, beef bones, onion, carrot, celery, vegetable oil, thyme, black pepper, bay), spices (black pepper, cumin, coriander, cinnamon, smoked paprika, fennel, cayenne, nutmeg) salt, vegetable powders (onion, garlic).

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Description

Dry rubbed with spices then slow-cooked in beef stock, this dish packs an incredible depth of flavour – spicy, but not too hot.

Serving Suggestions

Classic Sliders

Just grab some slider or burger buns, slaw, sliced red onion and cucumber pickles for a quick and delicious crowd pleaser – add cheese and mayo if you must (we do), or even sour cream or yoghurt instead!

Tacos

Choose your own adventure! Hard or the traditional soft taco, fresh tomato, finely sliced red onion, oak or butter lettuce, pickled jalapeños, smashed avo, grated cheddar, chopped coriander and mint, sour cream and a squeeze of fresh lemon or lime. Easy as!

May contain sulphates, soy, egg, dairy, fish, crustacea, nuts, tree nuts, peanuts & sesame.

Place pouch in a large pot of simmering water for 10 minutes, remove from pot, open with care, stir and serve.

Provenir grass-fed beef brisket, beef stock (water, beef bones, onion, carrot, celery, vegetable oil, thyme, black pepper, bay), spices (black pepper, cumin, coriander, cinnamon, smoked paprika, fennel, cayenne, nutmeg) salt, vegetable powders (onion, garlic).

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