Beer Braised Beef Brisket | by Life Tastes Good is cooked low and slow for maximum deliciousness. The brisket is braised in stout beer that cooks down and leaves behind a deep, rich flavor that mingles nicely with the natural flavor of the beef. #LTGrecipes #SundaySupper @beeffordinner
Hearty beef stew -- very very good, made without the beer (subbed in extra beef stock, a chicken bullion cube, and some A1) and used maple bacon, but it turned out excellent! Dumplings were nice and light, stew was thick and hearty, savory, delightful, and filling! Will make again.
Flavorful beer braised beef with carrots and potatoes, cooked slow and low in the oven is an effortless weeknight meal. One bite of this tender, juicy, tad spicy beef is going to send you over the moon.
Carbonnade: Belgian beef stew w/ beer base, traditionally a Belgian abbey style beer. Brown seasoned beef stew meat in oil and remove. Saute sliced onions. When brown, stir in a few T. flour to create a roux; cook for 2-3 minutes. Add meat back to pan with a bottle or two of beer, ~1 c. beef stock, a couple T. cider vinegar, thyme and bay leaf. Simmer slowly until meat is tender, maybe a couple hours, then serve with noodles or bread and Dijon mustard.
This slow cooker corned beef creates tender, fall-apart chunks of beef thanks to braising in beer and vegetables for an unbelievably easy one-pot dinner | foodiecrush.com #cornedbeef #stpatricksday #crockpot