Beef Simmered In Beer

By combining the beer-cooked beef I had in Belgium and the several recipes I ve tried from Cookpad, I was able to come up with a recipe I really like. Please skim off the scum and fat diligently. For 4 servings. Recipe by Cookie shiasu

  1. 1 kg A block of beef (belly shin etc )
  2. 2 to 3 Onion
  3. 200 ml Canned tomatoes (with the juice)
  4. 500 ml Beer (not a very dry one)
  5. 66 ml Water
  6. 1 tbsp Brown sugar
  7. 1 tbsp Dijon mustard
  8. 1 cube Beef or chicken stock cube
  9. 1 Bay leaf
  10. 1 Olive oil
  11. 1 Plain flour
  12. 1 Salt and pepper
  13. Accompaniments:
  14. 1 Broccoli potatoes etc
  1. Change Cut the beef into 6 cm cubes and season with salt and pepper
  2. Change Slice the onions as thinly as possible and saute patiently in olive oil until golden brown Set aside
  3. Change Put the pan you sauteed the onions in back on the heat with some more olive oil Dust the beef cubes with flour and brown in the pan
  4. Change Add the onions back in the pan with the canned tomatoes beer water brown sugar mustard and soup stock cube
  5. Change Bring to a boil over high heat When the beer foam has died down skim off the scum diligently Add the bay leaf and simmer for about 3 minutes
  6. Change Stir occasionally and simmer until you think it looks right to you Season with salt and pepper Turn off the heat and leave to rest for a full day before serving
  7. Change Boil the accompaniments such as broccoli and potatoes
  8. Change For the mashed potatoes see For the saffron rice see I used these as accompaniments here

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