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Savory Braised Oxtail in Wine

Transform this braised oxtail into something rich and succulent for an incredibly satisfying and delicious meal for the entire family. A flavorful and easy oxtail recipe that you can prepare in just an hour for your next family meal.

Oxtails are an underrated cut of meat. People tend to choose the cuts they are more familiar with. Cuts like oxtails are only used by chefs and other culinarians — who have ample time to develop flavor using time-consuming techniques. Oxtail can sometimes be hard to find except in specialty butcher shops. But, they are worth the effort. These cuts are gelatinous and have a full flavor and texture when cooked right.

Tomato puree would be a perfect addition to this recipe. It adds a depth of flavor that balances the acidity of the wine and the sweetness of the vegetables. If you prefer using the traditional way of cooking the oxtail without the use of a pressure cooker, then you can simmer the oxtail for 3-4 hours until tender.

Adding fresh herbs such as thyme, basil, and parsley would be a perfect addition. Roasting the oxtail for 1 hour before transferring to the pressure cooker, adds another dimension of flavor and creates a nice color on the oxtail's outer layer.

¾ cup flour
2 tbsp paprika
8 lbs oxtails
½ cup olive oil
2 cups beef stock
2 cup red wine
1 large onion
4 celery stalks
8 cloves garlic
2 bay leaves
1 tbsp anchovy paste
3 large carrots
¼ cup chopped oregano
1 cinnamon stick
2 tbsp red wine vinegar
Salt and pepper to taste
  1. Dice onion, celery, carrots
  2. Reserve celery leaves for garnish
  3. Start making a sauce with herbs, liquid, and oil
  4. Add spices and dry ingredients to begin to thicken the...

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Smoked Lamb Casserole

Lamb in a delicious casserole recipe? Yes, you heard it right! This smoked lamb casserole is a perfect treat this summer season. A fancy dinner casserole recipe that will melt in your mouth as soon as it touches your palate. This isn't your average, everyday casserole. It's a casserole fit for a feast.

Each component has to be made separately. Then, you put it all together at the end to make a delicious casserole. The component that takes the longest time is the cheese. But, most of that time is for the aging process. Then, the rest of the recipe is easy.

Marinating the lamb helps in keeping it juicy while at the same time adding a lot of flavor. You can marinate the lamb shanks overnight. This will develop a more pronounced lamb flavor profile. Lamb shanks are pretty lean, but if you use a fattier cut of lamb, you may want to trim off some of the excess fat.

Smoked Lamb:
1814 grams bone-in lamb shank
4 garlic bulb
1/4 cup thyme
1 tbsp rosemary
1 tbsp cumin
4 tbsp olive oil
Swede Pasta:
454 grams potatoes
1361 grams rutabaga
1 head garlic
1 egg
10 cups all-purpose flour
2 tbsp butter
Macerated tomatoes:
40 cherry tomatoes
2 cups balsamic vinegar
1 gallon whole milk
1/2 cup white vinegar
1 cup chopped pecans
  1. For the Smoked Lamb: Grind the spices until paste forms.
  2. Mix the spice paste into the oil.
  3. Remove any excess fat from the lamb.
  4. Rub the oil and spices over the...

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Grilled Pork Roulade

A perfect summer treat for pork lovers! An herbaceous grilled pork roulade for an easy family meal. A delicious summer pork tenderloin that you can serve both for lunch and dinner meals. It has a fennel curry sauce and a fresh herb salad that pairs so well with the smoky and bright flavors of the pork tenderloin. This pork is stuffed with a flavorful chutney. Fennel is delicious and totally chutney worthy ingredient.

Pounding pork breaks down muscle fibers, tenderizes the meat, and decreases the cooking time. And because the pieces are thin, the meat can be chewed easily without any resistance. You can also tie the rolled pork with butcher's twine. The twine will secure the meat as it cooks down, leaving it in a perfect rolled shape.

2 lbs pork tenderloin
4 leeks
4 fennel bulbs
(1 cup) parsley
1 cup mint leaves
1/2 cup curry powder
1 tbsp sugar
2 cups ouzo
6 tbsp olive oil
1 tbsp vinegar
3 cloves garlic
Salt and pepper to taste
  1. Make a deep slit along the long side of the tenderloin to butterfly it.
  2. Cover the sliced loin with plastic wrap and pound it to 1/4" thickness.
  3. Season with salt and pepper....

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