The brisket is braised for long hours in an aromatic, soy sauce based marinade and then complemented by a trio of Asian inspired veggies.
For best results, place the sealed package in the refrigerator to thaw about half a day before your meal - overnight (or in the early morning) if you want it for lunch, in the morning if it’s for dinner. If your plans change, the chilled and still sealed package will last up to 3 days in the refrigerator.
If you’re in a hurry, just get the package from the freezer and hold it under warm water for a few minutes until partially thawed, then heat it for a little bit longer than usual.
Open and discard the package and put the meat and the vegetables next to each other in a pan to reheat (stove on low-medium heat, covered, stir occasionally, add a little water if needed). Alternatively, put it on a plate and reheat in the microwave (800W for 5 minutes).
Taste the salt content according to your needs! Coriander or mint to the meat fit very well.
To go with it
A bowl of rice, be it white, Jasmin, or whole grain, is the most natural companion. Or you can boil some rice noodles and mix them with the veggies, some soy sauce, and some lime juice!
Steamed vegetables (spinach, carrots, broad beans, sesame, ginger, sunflower seed oil, sesame oil, vinegar, salt, pepper), braised beef brisket (beef meat, white wine, soy sauce, sugar, molasses, sesame oil, ginger, salt).