Wednesday, 10 April 2013

How to make Beef Stock

One of the most important Soup or stew base I prepare in my kitchen is the Beef stock. If I had to choose between making a broth or stock I’d prefer making Stock due to the added flavor it gives to my dishes. Just like Chicken Stock, Beef stock is prepared using beef with the bones still intact. As a matter of fact, the bones are the most important part in stock making. When I say bones, I mean lots of it; Juicy, Crunchy with lots and lots of marrow. For that added lovely flavor, you could start by roasting the beef with bones first else, just go ahead with the procedure below. If you are unfamiliar with the terms Stock and Broth, do check it out HERE

• Prep time:  30 minutes 
• Cook time: 40 minutes
• Total time: 1 hr 10 minutes

Ingredients:::• 3 pounds Cow Beef, Cut in chunks
• 1 medium sized Red Onion, diced
• 5 cloves Garlic, minced (Allow it to sit for 15mins to maximize its health benefits. Learn more about Garlic Here)
• ½ medium sized Ginger, Minced
• 1 tbsp. Curry powder
• 4 Bay leaves
• 4 stock Cubes, Crushed
• Salt to taste.

Procedure:::
Step 1: Wash the Beef and place in a Medium sized pot

Step 2: Add the Diced onion, Minced Garlic & ginger, Curry Powder, bay leaves, stock cubes and Salt to taste.

Step 3: Pour Some water into the pot, just a little way above the meat

Step 4: Cover the pot and leave to cook for about 40minutes

Step 5: Turn off the burner as use as a base for any dish you want to prepare.


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10 comments:

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  4. I use this as base too, though Chicken is preferred most times :)

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    1. i actually love both though! I use chicken mostly for stews & beef for soups.

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