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beef in Guinness stew

Beef In Guinness Stew – H&S Christmas Recipe Of The Week

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When one thinks of comfort food, nothing beats a hearty stew. This Christmas why not try Chef Raphael’s Beef in Guinness Stew recipe! It’s delicious and can be devoured on its own or with mashed potatoes along with some warm crusty soda bread! It’s the perfect dish to have at home this Christmas, do try it and let us know your thoughts!

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BEEF IN GUINNESS STEWbeef in guinness stew

 BEEF IN GUINNESS STEW

Serves 3-4
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 45-60 minutes

INGREDIENTS

½ kg boneless beef
30ml oil
2 medium-sized carrots (cubed)
2 onions (cubed)
4 garlic cloves (each cut in 2)
1 sprig of fresh thyme (chopped)
2 tbsp tomato paste
300ml Guinness
2 zucchini (cubed)
2 tbsp corn flour
Salt and Pepper (to taste)

METHOD

STEP 1
Cook the meat in a preheated hot pot while on high heat. Allow to brown on all sides before removing and setting the meat on a plate.

STEP 2
Add the onions and carrots to the hot pot and while on high heat, brown the vegetables, adding little more oil if necessary.

STEP 3
When the vegetables are browned, add garlic, chopped thyme and tomato paste and cook for 1 minute.

STEP 4
Return the browned meat to the pot giving a good stir before adding the Guinness.

STEP 5
Reduce the heat when it starts to boil, then simmer while covered for about 45 minutes, adding more Guinness/water if necessary.

STEP 6
Dissolve the corn flour in little cold water and pour into the stew and allow to cook and thicken the stew.

STEP 7
Add the zucchini or any other of your preferred soft vegetables and allow to cook for 5-10 minutes.

STEP 8
Taste and adjust the seasoning by adding pepper and salt.

STEP 9
The meal will have a slightly bitter taste but to balance the bitter taste, add 2 tsp of sugar then stir.

 

 

 

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