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800 Bd Chomedey #125, Laval, Quebec H7V 3X1
Certifiée Halal

Pointe de poitrine

Pointe de poitrine

The brisket, a culinary canvas with a character all its own, is a cut from the lower chest of the cow, known for its hearty, beefy flavor and distinctive grain. Often chosen for slow-cooking methods, this generously marbled cut transforms into a tender, melt-in-the-mouth delicacy when given the time it deserves. Whether smoked to perfection, braised in a savory concoction of spices and liquids, or oven-roasted low and slow, the brisket embodies the artistry of patience in the kitchen. Its versatility shines through in iconic dishes like barbecue brisket, where the smoky bark and succulent interior create a symphony of taste that lingers on the palate, making the brisket a revered centerpiece in the world of slow-cooked perfection.

Recettes populaires :

  1. Smoked BBQ Brisket: Slow-smoked to perfection, this classic barbecue brisket features a flavorful dry rub or marinade, creating a smoky bark and juicy, tender interior.
  2. Braised Brisket: Cooked low and slow in a rich broth with aromatic vegetables, the brisket becomes fork-tender and infused with savory goodness.
  3. Brisket Tacos: Shredded or sliced brisket makes for a delectable taco filling, especially when topped with fresh salsa, guacamole, and a squeeze of lime.
  4. Texas-Style Brisket Sandwiches: Sliced smoked brisket piled high on a bun, perhaps with pickles and onions, embodies the heartiness of Texan barbecue traditions.
  5. Chili-Spiced Brisket: Cube the brisket and incorporate it into a rich and spicy chili, adding a depth of flavor and tenderness to the hearty dish.
  6. Brisket Pho: Thinly sliced brisket can be added to a steaming bowl of Vietnamese pho, imparting its rich flavor to the fragrant broth.
  7. Brisket Hash: Leftover brisket can be diced and sautéed with potatoes and onions for a delicious and hearty breakfast or brunch option.
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