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Beef Cheeks, Potato Purée and Mushroom

High Iron Beef Cheeks Full of Flavour

6

Serves

1 hrs

Prep Time

1 hrs

Cook Time

Beef + Lamb New Zealand

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Beef + Lamb New Zealand

This melt-in-your-mouth beef cheek recipe is full of flavour and perfect for a cold night.

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Beef,

Special Occasion & Entertaining,

Casserole/Slow,

Ingredients

Beef cheeks

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3 Quality Mark beef cheeks

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1.5 L chicken stock

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1 tbsp sunflower oil

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3 shallots

finely sliced

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3 garlic cloves

finely sliced

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2 sprigs fresh thyme

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A pinch of salt

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A pinch of black pepper

Onion oil

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100g spring onions

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50g chives

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50g parsley

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300ml sunflower oil

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A pinch of salt

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A pinch of black pepper

Mushroom ketchup

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250g field mushrooms

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50g sherry

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100g soy sauce

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4g agar

Potato purée

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6 potatoes

washed and peeled

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50g butter

Braised onion

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4 onion

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500ml water

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75g butter

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15g kombu

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Pickled shallots

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2 shallots

sliced

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50g white sugar

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50ml white wine vinegar

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50ml water

Method

To Make Beef Cheeks

To Make Sauces

To Make Accoutruments

To Serve

1

Preheat oven to 180C.

2

To make the beef cheeks, place white and brown stock in a saucepan and set over high heat to bring to a boil

3

Place sunflower oil in a frying pan and place over high heat.

4

Season beef cheeks, add to pan and cook, turning, until browned all over.

5

Remove from the pan and set aside.

6

Add the shallots and garlic to the pan and cook for 5 minutes.

7

Remove from heat.

8

Place beef cheeks, shallots, garlic, hot stock and thyme to the pressure cooker and allow to cook until beef is tender, about 45 minutes.

9

Turn off the pressure cooker and leave for 15 minutes to allow the pressure to release.

10

Remove beef from pressure cooker and set aside covered in plastic wrap.

11

Using a strainer double lined with damp muslin, strain stock into a saucepan and set over low-medium heat to reduce until thick and coats a spoon.

12

Remove from heat and season.

13

Return beef to the stock and set aside covered with plastic wrap.

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Nutrition Information per Serving (541g)

Percentage daily intakes are based on an average adult diet of 8700 kJ (2100 kilocalories).

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Energy

2385 (685)kJ

Protein

23.7g

Total Fat

42g

Saturated Fat

12.3g

Carbs

24.7g

Sugars

14.9g

Sodium

1118mg

Iron*

3.8mg

* Percentage of recommended daily intake (Aust/NZ)

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