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How To Cook A Beef Brisket
- Brisket is a cut of meat from the breast or lower chest. While all meat animals have a brisket, the term is most often used to describe beef and sometimes veal. The beef brisket is one of the eight beef primal cuts.
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Ph? (Beef Noodle Soup)
Ingredients for the broth (approximate):
-2lb beef bones
-1 large onion
-1 piece of ginger about thumb size
-2 star anise
-1 stick of cinnamon about 3 inches long
-2lbs beef brisket (optional)
-salt, rock sugar
**Boil bones and beef brisket for about five mins and wash before using it to make broth (this is the most important part of making pho!). Put bones and beef brisket in a large pot and add enough water to cover, boil to make broth along with anise, cloves, cinnamon, and cardamom. Roast onion and ginger and add to broth. Add salt and sugar to taste. If you’re using beef brisket then remove the meat when tender (test by stabbing it with a chop stick, if the chop stick goes trough then it’s good to go).
There are many type of meats to decide on that goes into you pho.
-G?u or n?m or chin = beef brisket, boil it in broth until tender, remove cool, and slice and add to noodles
-tai = steak, slice thinly, added to the noodles raw right before pouring on the hot broth; which will then “cook” the steak
-gan = beef tendons, also boiled in broth until tender, sliced, and added to noodles
-La Sach = beef tripe, boiled speretly, sliced and added to noodles
-Bo Vien = beef meat balls (buy them premade)
For the noodles:
-banh ph? (pho noodles)
-1 bunch green onions and cilantro
-basil (la qu?), saw tooth herb (ngo gai)
-jalapeno pepers, thinly sliced
-fish sauce, hoisin sauce, pepper sauce
To "Make" the Pho:
Boil noodles, rinse, drain and add to bowl, add meats (you choice), and ladle on the how broth. Sprinkle some chopped green onions, cilantro, sliced onion, and ground black pepper. Serve with bean sprouts, basil, saw tooth herb, jalapeno slices, lime juice, etc...
Braised brisket with daikon radish
... over Vietnamese rice noodles... hmmmmmm YUM
1 Daikon radish
The above 3 cut into similar size pieces
1 Onion - cut in quarters
5 Garlic cloves - roughly sliced
2T Soy sauce
2t Five Spice Powder
2T Yellow bean sauce
(This amount of seasoning leaves you a thin broth like gravy. You can double it when you like very rich intense flavour or reduce it after the beef is tender.)
Boil enough water to cover the beef in a huge pan. Place the beef/tendon in and blanch them. Take out the beef and discard the water. Boil water again enough to cover everything this time. Put all ingredients in and bring to boil. Turn down heat to medium low (as long as you still see it bubbling away) and cook for 2 hours. Check from time to time that it's not dried up and nothing sticks to the bottom of the pan. Continue cooking until it reaches the desired tenderness of the beef. (How to test: I tried to pick up a piece of beef and a bit fell off when my chopstick touched it hahahaha DONE)
It took me 3.5 hours. I got a thin gravy, so i took enough for a meal and heat it in a small saucepan, adding soy sauce, a pinch of 5 spice powder and sugar and salt and black pepper to taste. You can serve it over rice or noodles.
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