Preheat oven to 150°C
Season one side of the brisket liberally with salt, pepper, herbs, spices and/or a dry rub
Lay two pieces of foil on the bench crossways with a sheet of baking paper on top
Place brisket, seasoned side down, onto the baking paper
Season the other side of the brisket
Bring the foil up and over, covering the brisket - keep the top open to crisp up the brisket. After three hours cover it up
Transfer to an oven dish and cook slowly
Serve with a fresh salsa
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