Melt-in-your-mouth SHIN STEW - "Cooking a shin of beef or any good stewing cut this way gives you some really fantastic comfort food... Delicious served with some mashed root veg – like carrots, potatoes, a bit of swede, some turnips – but you could also serve it with straight mash, polenta or bubble and squeak (you know, fried veg and potatoes, cockney-London style!) and some nice buttered cabbage or spinach." Beefstew, Beef Recipes, Melted In Your Mouths Shin, Shin Stew, Mashed Potatoes, Beef Stew, Comforter Food, Stew Recipes, Beef Shin
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Beef Stew with Parmesan Dumplings..."This stew is made with beef shin and lots of red wine which results in a rich, deep stew. Perfect for Winter. "
Jamie Oliver's incredible smashed peas and broad beans on toast - a fave I make every spring (without the mozzarella but make sure you follow every other detail!!) This recipe is seriously out of this world, yummy!!! Use Meyer Lemon if you have it!
MADE IT. WAS HOPING IT WOULD BE GREAT. OK. WON'T MAKE IT AGAIN THOUGH. Beef shin stew with Parmesan dumplings
squash & spinach pasta rotolo | Jamie Oliver | Food | Jamie Oliver (UK) 1 butternut squash (roughly 1.2kg)1 red onionolive oil500 g frozen spinach1 whole nutmeg, for grating4 cloves of garlic1 x 700 ml jar of passata6 large fresh free-range pasta sheets (roughly 15cm x 20cm each)50 g feta cheese20 g Parmesan cheese Optional: a few sprigs of fresh sage
Beef Stroganoff - Tender strips of beef and mushrooms marry with red wine for and sour cream to create an incredibly hearty and delicious meal. Serve this beef stroganoff over cooked egg noodles or a bed of whipped mashed potatoes for a perfect meal worthy of any occasion.