Classic Red Wine-Braised Beef Short Ribs - Katie at the Kitchen Door
Classic beef short ribs, braised in red wine for hours until meltingly tender. Best served over creamy mashed potatoes, potato gnocchi, or buttered egg noodles. Adapted from Sunday Suppers at Lucques and Daniel (via Serious Eats)
Slow Cooked Beef Cheeks in Red Wine Sauce
Recipe video above. These slow cooked beef cheeks are so meltingly tender that you can eat them with a spoon. And the sauce is so flavourful you'll want to drink it out of a cup! This recipe makes enough to serve 6 people, made with 6 small beef cheeks (or share 4 large ones). Leftovers are brilliant to freeze, or turn into a quick Ragu to toss through pasta or making a Pie!
Beef and Mushroom Pie (3 in 1)
This is comfort food at its best because it's so fast to prepare. Made using leftover Slow Cooked Beef Cheeks in Red Wine, this pie takes just 15 minutes to prepare to pop into the oven to bake until puffed and golden.
Braised Beef Cheeks (Brasato di Guanciale di Manzo) - The Happy Foodie
Braised Beef Cheeks (Brasato di Guanciale di Manzo) Perfect for a romantic meal for two.
Braised Balinese Beef Cheeks are a perfect combination of heart warming comfort food and the aromatic, earthy flavours that make Balinese and Indonesian food some of my favourite cuisines. The beef cheeks are smothered in a robust home made spice paste before being braised low and slow in home made stock – up to 10 hours to ensure the beef cheeks break down into tender, melt in your mouth morsels, bursting with flavour.
Pearl barley risotto with beer-braised beef cheeks and onions recipe
Try this hearty dish in the slow-cooker - start it off in the morning and it will be fall-apart tender by dinner time.