Quick Beef Bourguignon
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Ingredients for Quick Beef Bourguignon
2 litres of good chicken stock
1 bottle of red wine
1 tsp tomato puree
4 cloves of garlic
1 sprig of thyme
100g smoked streaky bacon
400g whole peeled shallots
100g baby button mushrooms
4 rump steaks 125g each (from your local butcher cut
into generous sized cubes)
2 slices of white bread
50g parsley chopped
How to make Quick Beef Bourguignon
this quick recipe it is probably best to make the sauce in
advance so that on the day you can quickly cook the steaks
and keep them rare if you like then finish the dish with the
make the sauce simply combine the stock, wine, tomato puree,
carrot, garlic and thyme and any shallot trimmings you have
into one large pan.
the whole amount by three-quarters until you have the sauce
consistency you require.
the bacon into lardons and place into a bowl.
a large pan add the butter and allow to get foaming hot,
add all of the peeled shallots and bacon lardons and cook
for 10 minutes on a medium heat setting.
the mushrooms and cook for a further 2 to 3 minutes.
with salt and pepper and pour in the finished red wine sauce,
then put to one side.
a hot pan cook the diced steaks to your liking.
at this point cook the croutons in hot olive oil until golden
brown on both sides season with salt and drain on kitchen
the steaks are cooked add them to the hot sauce and check
the dish for seasoning adjusting if necessary.
Add the chopped parsley at the last minute.
with the cooked croutons that have been dipped into the
hot sauce then into some of the chopped parsley.
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