Twice Cooked Beef Rib

Meal prepping has become an important part of our modern life for those who are too busy to cook during the week but want to eat healthy. These beef ribs are perfect for that!

Magic Tablecloth Twice Cooked Beef Ribs

Twice Cooked Beef Rib

Ingredients:

4 beef ribs
500 ml vegetable stock
1 cup water
3 cloves
1 tsp ground pepper
2 bay leaves
1 tsp minced garlic
4 medium size potatoes
1 tbsp butter
Oil spray.
* 22 cm pot; frying pan

Method:

1. Lightly season the meat. In the pot heat up oil, fry ribs 1 min on the three soft side (not the bone).
2. Add the stock and water to just cover all meat, also cloves, pepper, and bay leaves. Cook on low-medium heat for 1 hour, then simmer on very low for 2 hours. If parts of the meat are exposed, don’t add water, just gently turn the meat over.
3. Add the garlic to the pot and switch off the heat. Rotate or shake the pot to mix the garlic around. Now, this pot can be stored in the fridge until serving time, if needed.
4. About 20 minutes before the serving time, thoroughly wash the potatoes with a rough cloth and microwave them on two sides until soft.
5. Using something flat, gently press over each potato to make it about 2-3 cm thick. Before seasoning a potato, sprays it with a bit of water, so the salt sticks to it.
6. Heat up a frying pan with the butter and fry potatoes 1 min on each side over medium-high heat.
7. Heat up  the frying pan sprayed with oil lightly and fry the ribs also 1 minute on each side over medium-high heat. Stack potatoes and ribs over your favourite relish or salsa.

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  1. Lar bar says:

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