Hi do you have a good Beer Slow cooked recipe
Not sure if you mean made in a slow cooker or just slow cooked in the oven, but I love Carbonnade Flamandes (Belgian Beef and Onion Stew with Beer) Here is one: http://simplyrecipes.com...
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Carbonnade is outstanding. I really love this easy (albeit not quick) choucroute: http://www.seriouslygood...
Merrill's recipe for short ribs with beer is OUTSTANDING!!
My Mom used to take a whole ham and pour a bottle of beer or 2 over it and let it slow cook all day. Really, really delicious.
Everyone forgets the Roaster when it come to slow roasted in beer. The usually suspects (carrots, onions, celery and galric) chunked and added with a bottle or two of really good lager (dark if can get)(honey roasted would be great). On a low 250F oven for 3 hours, braise that chicken until it just screams....I am done!!!
You need nothing more than mashed roasted garlic potatoes and maybe some roasted cauliflower (beer and cauliflower are a natural together if you did not already know this). Make sure you have a good local brewed beer with a honey base. Enjoy!!
I also put beer in my chili. First saute chopped onions and maybe a few red peppers, then add the ground beef, and add diced tomatoes along with a bottle of beer (Corona is usually in the fridge). All the spices go in, and then whatever beans I have in the house. More liquid may be needed, and that can be either tomato sauce or water. If the chili needs thickening, I add a little masa.
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