Plain Beef Carpaccio
Hand-cut beef topside extra thin slices.
The Polmard family maintains the meat texture quality by the thin cut of its carpaccio, respecting the grain of the meat.
Cooking tips: to be eaten raw, do never cook the carpaccio!
- Italian style: with parmesan cheese and arugula, in a salad or with pasta.
- Carpaccio Sushi: replace the seaweed with a slice of carpaccio
- Carpaccio Maki
- Carpaccio Salad: eggs, tomato, lettuce and carpaccio
4 to 6 slices / pack
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