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Stewing Beef?

bcaamuscle

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So I bought a bunch of stewing beef because it was cheap, any ideas on what to cook outta it? I was thinking of making some beef curry but I'm lazy ass cook so something simpler would be better lol
 

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Sauté onion in olive oil in large stew pot.

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Brown the stew meat in the bottom of the pot with a dash of salt, pepper and garlic powder.

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Cover the stew meat with water and add the can of tomato sauce.

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Sprinkle oregano, garlic powder and mojo over the top of the stew.

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Lightly sprinkle with cumin and add the bay leaf.

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Bring your Spanish beef stew to a boil, then cook on medium for about 1 hour with the lid cocked.

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Add the vegetables right away or about an hour before serving.

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Serve over white rice.
 
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Nice, what size can of tomato sauce?
I would use a 14 oz can of sauce and a 14 oz can of crushed tomato for every pound of beef. Dont boil the meat however. Bring to a boil and reduce to a simmer. The violent action of boiling will cause the beef to be tough still.
 

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Just a standard can .
I'm not sure how many oz's are in a can , but it mostly to your taste .
It's Spanish beef stew .

I don't actually boil it .
First you brown it then put it in the pot with the rest of the goodies .
 

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I addition, If you don't have one or two of the ingreedents . Don't worry to much about it.
But , The Mojo sets it off .
 

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Is that from my recipe ?
Can I come over for dinner ?
 

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low sodium beef stock instead of water

You can substitute 4 oz of tomatoe paste for 16 oz of tomato sauce
and add about 16 oz of low sodium beef stock to make it even beefier. to make it thicker, I would make it a low carb approach by adding Thick and Thin Not starch or a product with xanthan ( be real careful how you apply it becuase it can give your stew a snotty consistancy...... But hell, it's gumbo weather now down in the south . .......GOOD EATIN....:D
 

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Yeah that's your recipe..and I'm afraid there's not much left ;)
And you didn't even save me a single bite !
Oh My ! What a friend you've turned out to be !

Just Jokin'
 

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I don't add the honey, I substitute greek yogart, and I use a different oil...but I love this combo (I also grew up with sauerkraut)...

Beef With Sauerkraut & Yogurt Recipe by Natural Foods | ifood.tv

  • 2-3 lbs lean stewing beef
  • 1/4 c corn germ oil
  • 2 onions, sliced
  • 1 clove garlic, mashed
  • 1 t sea salt
  • 1 t paprika
  • 2 t honey
  • 1 c tomatoes, pureed
  • 1 c water
  • 2 c sauerkraut
  • 1 c yogurt

How to make Beef With Sauerkraut & Yogurt
  • Saute meat in oil until brown.
  • Remove and set aside.
  • Add onions to skillet, cooking 5-6 minutes until golden.
  • Return meat to skillet and add garlic, salt, paprika, honey, tomatoes, and water.
  • Stir.
  • Cover tightly and simmer slowly for 30 minutes, Add sauerkraut and cook gently until meat is tender, about 2-1/2 hours.
 

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