If This Doesn’t Remind You Of Home, I Don’t Know What Will!
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It’s even better than my mother’s recipe, and that’s something!!
Ahh, the good ol’ days! Back when we didn’t have a gazillion exotic ingredients to choose from, we used to make simple dishes such as this one.
Beautifully tender, stewed beef over brown rice – it doesn’t get much better than this! It’s the perfect dish for a rainy day when you can let all the flavors linger in the kitchen and fill up your whole house with pure deliciousness. I’m telling you, the aromas alone should be considered illegal!
You only need a handful of ingredients to make this meal, and most of them you’ll probably already have in your pantry. This isn’t a dish you can whip up in a heartbeat – no, you need to let this simmer slowly to reach those incredible flavors.
The secret to super tender stewed beef is to not use high heat; it will make the meat tough. With some patience you’ll get the most wonderful meal you can think of – but I have to warn you; you’ll be tempted to call this “ready” a little too soon, simply because the aromas are so inviting!
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Quick Tip: Instead of rice, you could serve this over noodles!