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  1. #11
    Back again to present my take on another dish, the Guinness Stew. A good stew is just great in cold weather and sure lifts the mood!





    Guinness Stew

    Ingredients:

    • 500g Beef (not too expensive)
    • 2 - 3 Carrots
    • 2 - 3 Onions
    • 2 - 3 Pieces of Celery
    • 2 - 3 Cloves of Garlic
    • 2 - 3 Potatoes
    • 1 - 2 Pints of Guinness
    • ~ 5dl Beef Stock
    • 2 Bay Leaves
    • Salt
    • Oil
    • Grounded Pepper


    Cooking:

    1. Dice and salt the meat. Fry well in small batches with some oil in a big pot.
    2. Put browned meat aside. Don't clean the pot or throw away any juices!
    3. Chop the vegetables and saut them.
    4. Deglaze with the Guinness.
    5. Add meat, pepper, beef stock and bay leaves. Add more spices as you like (I used some thyme and rosemary).
    6. Cook on small heat for at least two hours or until the meat is very tender, the more the better.
    7. Serve and enjoy!


    Sources: I once was at Dublin with some friends and we sat in the pub just below our hostel until like 4 o'clock in the morning. We returned the next day for lunch and got served some that Guinness Stew (and absolutely loved it!) and asked for the recipe. Best decision ever!

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    I would share some of my amazing recipes...if I had any.

    I will however tell you how to make my favourite comfort food

    • Put bread under the grill and toast on one side.
    • Turn the bread over and smother with Marmite ensuring you cover the whole slice right to the corners
    • Slice/grate some cheddar, place on the bread and melt under the grill.
    • Open a can of baked beans and heat. Add Worcestershire sauce to taste.
    • Pour beans over the toast and enjoy.


    You can thank me later

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    That's a cool recipe
    Wibble, wobble, jelly on a plate...


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    You lost me at marmite...
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