Looking for a hearty and delicious main course recipe that’s perfect for a dinner party? Look no further than slow-cooked beef shin in ale! With rich and strong flavours and tender meat that falls off the bone, this dish is a true crowd-pleaser. Plus, with a cooking time of 4-5 hours, it’s perfect for lazy weekends when you have time to let the beef cook low and slow. So grab your ingredients and get ready for a mouthwatering meal that’s sure to impress your guests!
A warm, hearty meal on a chilly day often finds its ultimate comfort expression in the traditional British Steak and Ale pie. This culinary classic is steeped in history, a mouthwatering symphony of tender beef, succulent vegetables and rich ale, all lovingly coated in a glossy, savory gravy and enveloped by a flaky, buttery crust. With each bite comes a divine layering of flavors, a testament to the timeless appeal of this British pub favorite. This blog will help you master the art of conjuring up your own Steak and Ale pie, a feast for both the eyes and the palate, recreating this piece of Britain in your very own kitchen
Carne en su jugo translates to ‘Meat in its juices’, it consists of a simple beef soup with bacon and a broth made with blended tomatillos.