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Steak and Guinness stew

Guinness is the most famous beer to come out of Ireland. As the French use wine, the Irish use this beer to enhance the flavour of all types of stews.

Steak and Guinness stew

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Ingredients

1

kg

bavette

50

ml

clarified butter or oil

100

g

mushrooms, quartered

200

g

kohlrabi, carré

2

cloves

garlic

200

g

cocktail onions, cleaned

300

ml

Guinness

300

ml

jus de veau

2

 

bay leaves

Preparation method

  • Chop the bavette into cubes and brown in the clarified butter and oil.
  • Add the cocktail onions and fry until they start to lightly caramelise.
  • Add the mushrooms and the garlic.
  • Deglaze with the Guinness and add the rest of the ingredients.
  • Braise on low heat until cooked.

Serving suggestions

  • Serve with roast potatoes or potato mousseline.
  • As a filling for a traditional Irish pie.

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