Pulled-Beef Burrito with Sour Cream

A street-food trend inspires catering and hotel cuisine with this delicious crafted snack

Current street-food trends also inspire stationary catering and hotel cuisine. This pulled-beef burrito with sour cream adds a trendy edge to your menu. Slow-braised beef brisket is perfected with the fresh taste of sour cream in this burrito. The beef brisket is easy to prepare and simply needs some time to simmer.

Time: 30 minutes

Simmering time: 10 hours

For 10 people

INGREDIENTS
(10 portions)

200 g Oldenburger Gouda 48% fat i.d.m.

1.5 kg beef brisket

4 g garlic

10 g fresh oregano

15 g chilli powder

10 g fresh coriander

1 red onion

250 ml tomato purée

300 g sour cream

sea salt

pepper

10 wheat flour tortillas

1/2 iceberg lettuce

1 avocado

1 red pepper

Italian parsley

INSTRUCTIONS

This juicy burrito is crafted to the highest expectations: Slowly simmered beef brisket makes this street food speciality irresistible

Preparation
Peel onion and slice in rings. Peel clove of garlic and crush. Wash Italian parsley and pat dry. Remove the outer leaves and stalk from the iceberg lettuce. Cut in quarters and then finely slice into chiffonade. Wash in a colander in cold water and pat dry.
Wash tomatoes. Wash peppers and chop into cubes. Peel avocado and dice. Grate the Oldenburger Gouda.
Rub the beef brisket with the herbs and spices and leave to marinate for a few hours.

Preparing the Meat
Add the sliced onion rings and beef brisket to a casserole dish, then add the tomatoes, season with salt and pepper and braise for approx. 10 hours at 100 °C. Pull the meat apart with two forks, mix with some of the meat juices and keep warm.

Preparing the tortillas
Splash tortillas with water and heat in a pan. Heating in an oven may result in the tortillas drying out rather quickly. Make sure you cover them if you heat them in an oven.
Place the warm tortilla on a plate or board and add lettuce, avocado and pulled beef.

The Final Touch
Top with sour cream, chopped peppers, parsley and grated Oldenburger Gouda and serve.

TIPS FROM CHEF TO CHEF

01. Instead of beef brisket, you can also use a different braised meat like pork shoulder or chicken leg. The cooking time should be shortened.

02. Try adding the grated cheese to the tortillas while still in the pan instead of sprinkling it as a topping. The cheese starts melting – making the burrito all the more delicious.