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I don’t know about you guys, but I’m a HUGE fan of roast beef or roast pork on Sundays after church. There’s nothing better than the scent of tender meat cooking as you walk through the front door…except for one-pot braised short ribs. This recipe is simply delicious, and I encourage you to give it a try.
In addition to tasting great, one-pot braised short ribs are incredibly easy to make. All you do is toss your ingredients into a pot and let it simmer to perfect. I always toss my carrots and potatoes into the mix for a complete meal. This is truly a dish that you’ll want to keep handy for future suppers and dinners. It’s very TASTEE!
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Quick Tip: Invest in good cuts of meat for this recipe. I always season mine and let it marinate the night before cooking.