Paprika Beef

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Serves 4-6

  • 1 ½ lb Stewing steak or braising steak, cubed
  • 4 tablespoons olive oil
  • 3 large onions diced
  • 2 rounded spoonfuls flour
  • 1 pint stock
  • 6 red tomatoes chopped
  • 3 tablespoons sweet paprika
  • 3 sprigs fresh thyme
  • 3 cloves garlic crushed or chopped
  • 2 tablespoons tomato ketchup
  • black pepper, salt and cayenne pepper to season
  • ¼ pt red wine

Fry the beef in 3 batches on a high heat until the meat is a rich brown. Be patient while you do this as this is what gives this dish it’s depth of flavour. When all the meat is browned - start browning the onions. When the onions are brown add the meat back into the pan and add the flour and cook for a minute.

Take your casserole dish put in your meat and onion mixture and add to the casserole all the other ingredients with a good shake of black pepper,salt and a little shake of the cayenne as you don’t want to make it too hot, stir all together.

Cook covered in the oven for 1 ½ hours at 150C Cabbage, carrots, parsnips and turnip all go well with this.

  • Garlic Bulbs 2
  • Onions
  • Single Tomatoes 2
  • Thyme
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