Stew Beef

Delicious isn’t it? Just a a title and a picture and you’re beginning to feel hungry… You start to salivate at the very thought of biting into the tender stew beef, packed with mouthwatering flavour. The aroma of the stew beef and the steam from the hot, boiled rice play with your nose before being swept away by the cool breeze. Then one spoonful of stew beef in a blanket of soft rice approaches your mouth. You can’t contain yourself; you close your eyes as the taste envelops your tongue while you chew every last fibre of the meat, as you wait anxiously with another spoonful of this tasty Trini delight….

The power of words is unfathomable at times. I sometimes surprise myself at what I write while I play with words in this way. You start with a blank page and when you’re done these words come together to form a master piece; a work of art for others to enjoy….

So too for cooking. Bare ingredients come together to form a dish that’s not only a work of art, but also a dish that is culturally relevant and identifies country. Have you ever seen it this way? For instance where else in the world would you get a curry stew meat like the agouti or goat or chicken? or doubles as a matter of fact? Only in Trinidad for the most part, and if you see it anywhere else that person, for sure, learnt it from a Trini (or visited simply trini cooking) :-).

Enjoy this work of art we call stew beef. Goes great with almost anything!

 

Stew Beef

STEW BEEF

 

1 lb beef (cubed)
2 tbsp sugar
2 tbsp green seasoning
3 leaves chadon beni
2 dashes soya sauce (optional)
salt to taste
pepper to taste

 

Season the beef adding the green seasoning, chadon beni, salt etc.
In a pressure cooker add the sugar

Allow to caramelize
. Note the colour
Then add the seasoned beef.
Stir and allow beef to be evenly coated with the caramelized sugar.
Let it simmer in its own juices.
After about five minutes or so add a little water
and pressure cook for twenty minutes.

The finished stew beef; tender and juicy. Serve over rice etc.

 

 

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6 Responses to Stew Beef

  1. Cynthia March 16, 2009 at 1:48 am #

    I have one question for you. Why do you always torture me?

  2. Raz4125 March 16, 2009 at 5:08 am #

    I am sooo sorry. I’ll try not to do it again. =^)

  3. Becky March 16, 2009 at 9:58 pm #

    Looking good!
    I love stew beef with dhal and rice. Some think its a weird combo but its really good.

  4. Raz4125 March 17, 2009 at 12:00 am #

    I don’t see anything weird about it. In fact I have enjoyed it in this way as well and it cut good!

  5. naccounts June 17, 2010 at 8:06 pm #

    So when you are stewing meat do you add any curry/geera/masala etc to the meat? I usually add a bit of curry is it best not to?

  6. Felix June 17, 2010 at 9:39 pm #

    What you’re really doing there is called curry stewing so nothing is wrong with that :-)

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