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Braised Beef Chuck With Tomato And Bacon

Beef chucks are quite tough so it's ideal they are cooked on low heat for a couple of hours.
The chucks are baked with pearl onions, mushrooms, bacon, tomato puree, rosemary, garlic, bay leafs and thyme.

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Posted by Mary E ElphickReport
I must try that one, looks delicious
Posted by TerriReport
Can't wait to cook, my kids are so fussy
Posted by Cathryn15Report
sounds delish and easy! Will try for sure
Posted by Laura488Report
Butter is actually better for you then margarine which is highly processed and unnatural (don't feel guilty about it)
Posted by Laura488Report
Ive made this a few times only using kangaroo and letting it cooke for 3-4 hours. It tastes amazing rich and delicious! perfect for winter time. My boyfriend and i are two extremes of fussy eaters... i eat gluten free dairy free sugar free, try and eat mainly raw vegetables and fish 3 times a week at least where as he won't eat any of the above and loves his meat, chips, potatoes (only veggie he eats), lollies and bread. This is the first meal I've made in 2 years that he actually loved... he ate 3 servings worth.... its delicious! I'm making it again tonight for the 5th time :)