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Brisket, anyone? Photo courtesy Fatty ‘Cue
Restaurant | NYC.
Here’s a fun idea for brisket lovers: An Asian fusion brisket sandwich.
Fatty ‘Cue restaurants in New York City combine traditional smoky southern barbecue with spicy Southeast Asian flavorings.
Each Fatty ‘Cue location has a variation on the smoked beef brisket recipe, including:
Brisket with smoked melted cheddar, purple pickled onions, aïoli (garlic mayonnaise), chili jam and cilantro, on toasted baguette slices
Brisket with smoked onion marmalade, green papaya slaw and bao (Chinese steamed buns)
Brisket with rhubarb kimchee and bao (you can use any type of kimchee)
Fancy some fusion?
You can add the Asian fixings to a roast beef sandwich, or for that matter, chicken, turkey, lamb, ham or roast pork. If you have a bottle of Southeast Asian fish-sauce, shake it on!
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