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Wednesday, September 19, 2007

korean beef stew ala city mama

click on the title to be taken to the original recipe over at family food!

this dish was definitley a keeper although way too hot for littlefoodie and myself. next time the jalapenos will be massively scaled down to 2 or 3. this mama formerly suffers from huge ulcers so hothot food does not sit so well. my jalapenos were like small bananas so i am thinking that could've been the issue here.

i've adapted the recipe to my liking a bit. i added a few carrots chopped in big hunks and some garlic and ginger for a fresh taste. i paired it with brown basamati rice and sesame stir fry spinach to cut the heat. i also cooked it in the crock pot which was so easy since we don't stay home long enough to cook it on the was flaky and tender. i couldn't come up with korean soy sauce so i used a super rich double brewed soy sauce instead...delicious!


2 lbs fresh cut stew meat
8 jalapenos (mine were HUGE)
5 whole garlic cloves
1 small piece fresh ginger, peeled and left whole
4 large organic carrots, cut into big chunks
1 cup of soy sauce
1 cup organic natural brown sugar

put it all into a crock pot and let is sit for 8-9 hours. serve with brown rice to soak up juices.


a big ol bunch of cleaned organic spinach leaves
2 garlic cloves, minced
salt and pepper to taste
sesame oil
toasted sesame seeds

saute garlic in sesame oil over med low heat until browned. throw in spinach and wilt. add seasoning and sprinkle with sesame seeds. enjoy!

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Blogger Aimée said...

Yum, this sounds great! I love a little spice. Great combination of flavors.

11:39 AM

Blogger Stefania said...

omg, those are the biggest jalapenos I have ever SEEN! Sorry your mouth was on fire! (The ones I use were about 1/3 that size.)

2:52 PM


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