Herb Flavored Braised Beef

This dish is packed with savory flavors of tender meat, fresh herbs, mushrooms and onions. This is an easy recipe which is a healthy option in winters and can be stored as well for later use. The flavors of fresh herbs along with mushrooms boost your fiber intake along with the stew style beef.

Following ingredients are needed for this recipe

  •  Boneless chuck roast 3 pounds
  •  All purpose flour 1⁄4 cup
  •  Minced garlic 2 teaspoon
  •  Chopped fresh thyme 2 teaspoon
  •  Chopped rosemary 1 teaspoon
  •  Fresh oregano (chopped) 1 teaspoon
  •  Salt (to taste)
  •  Olive oil 1⁄4 cup
  •  Fresh quartered mushrooms 8 ounces
  •  Dry red wine 3⁄4 cup
  •  Frozen onions 2 cups
  •  Beef stock (unsalted) one and half cup
  •  Carrots 5 (medium sized)
  •  Vinegar 1 tablespoon

Take your beef and trim and cut it into two inch equal cubes. Take a plastic freezer bag and put in the beef cubes along with garlic, oregano, flour, rosemary, salt and thyme. Seal the bag this will help in coating the beef. After a while take out your beef while keeping the mixture in the bag. Take a non-stick pan, put in oil about two tablespoon and heat it on high flame. Add the beef in the pan and cook for about 10 minutes until it becomes brown evenly. Take a 5 quart slow cooker and transfer the beef in it. Keeping the remained oil in the pan, add the mushrooms and start cooking on low flame for about 10 minutes. While cooking keep stirring the mushrooms and wait until they all become brown evenly. After they become brown add the red wine and keep cooking for about two minutes. Transfer the mushrooms in your cooker and add along the carrots, onions, beef stock and salt. Combine the mixture by stirring and start cooking on low setting for about eight hours. Once cooked open the cooker and add vinegar to taste. Take the fresh rosemary and thyme and garnish your dish. Enjoy with your loved ones.

Happy cooking.

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