Smoked Brisket Fat

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What do you do with Smoked Brisket Fat you might be asking? We had a look around and here are some suggestions:

Cooking Fat: Use rendered brisket fat as a cooking oil substitute for sautéing vegetables, frying eggs, or searing meats. It adds a rich, smoky flavour to the dishes.

Seasoning: Chop the fat into small pieces and use it to flavour beans, soups, stews, and sauces. It can provide a depth of flavour that enhances the overall taste of the dish.

Tallow: Render the brisket fat to make tallow, which can be used for cooking or as an ingredient in homemade soaps and candles.

Gravy and Sauces: Incorporate the fat into gravies and sauces to add richness. For example, you can use it to make a smoky roux for a brisket gravy.

Roasted Vegetables: Toss vegetables in melted brisket fat before roasting them in the oven. This will give the vegetables a delicious, smoky flavour.

Breadcrumbs: Mix small pieces of smoked brisket fat with breadcrumbs and use as a topping for casseroles or mac and cheese.

Burger Enhancement: Incorporate small amounts of chopped brisket fat into ground beef before making burgers. This adds extra juiciness and flavour to the patties.

Popcorn: Use brisket fat to pop popcorn for a unique and savoury snack with a hint of smoke.

Biscuits and Pastries: Substitute brisket fat for butter or shortening in biscuit and pastry recipes for a savoury twist.

Dog Treats: Render and cool the fat, then mix it with your dog's kibble as an occasional treat. Ensure it is given in moderation and your dog does not have any dietary restrictions that would be affected by the fat.

Grab a bag and play around with it and make your next cooking adventure that much more tasty!

Origin UK
Packed in UK
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