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authorPatrick Spek <p.spek@tyil.nl>2022-11-20 08:54:45 +0100
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+title: Stewed Beef Salad
+date: 2022-11-20
+preptime: 30
+cooktime: 300
+serves: 14
+tags:
+- Dutch
+- cold
+- meat
+- beef
+- salad
+
+ingredients:
+- label: Stewed Beef
+ amount: 500
+ unit: grams
+- label: Mayonaise
+ amount: 400
+ unit: grams
+ links:
+ - /recipes/condiments/mayonnaise/
+- label: Pickle
+ amount: 150
+ unit: grams
+- label: Potato
+ amount: 250
+ unit: grams
+- label: Carrot
+ amount: 150
+ unit: grams
+- label: Red Onion
+ amount: 150
+ unit: grams
+- label: Spring Onion
+ amount: 150
+ unit: grams
+- label: Capers
+ amount: 150
+ unit: grams
+- label: Egg
+ amount: 7
+- label: Paprika
+- label: Salt
+- label: Pepper
+- label: Garlic Powder
+
+stages:
+- label: Stewing
+ notes: |
+ This is a very simple means of stewing beef. You can adapt this to your
+ preferred recipe for stewed beef and use it all the same. Since this is the
+ longest process, you can perform all other steps in the meantime.
+ steps:
+ - Cut the beef into bite-sized cubes
+ - Sear the cubes of beef on all sides
+ - Put the seared beef in a pot
+ - Fill the pot with stock until all the beef is covered
+ - Add bay leaves to the pot
+ - Add apple syrup to the pot
+ - Add paprika to the pot
+ - Let the beef stew for about 4 hours
+- label: Chopping
+ notes: |
+ All the ingredients should be chopped to around the same size, around 2
+ millimeters big. The finer you chop, the smoother the eventual salad will
+ be.
+ steps:
+ - Chop the pickle
+ - Chop the red onion
+ - Chop the spring onion
+ - Chop the carrot
+ - Chop the potatoes
+- label: Cooking
+ notes: |
+ The cooking process removes the raw taste, and makes the ingredients
+ slightly softer. Depending on how finely you chopped the ingredients, this
+ process only has to take 1 or 2 minutes per ingredient.
+ steps:
+ - Bring a pot of water to a boil
+ - Put in the chopped carrot
+ - Boil until _just_ ready
+ - Remove the carrot from the pot
+ - Rinse the carrot in cold water until the carrot is completely cooled off
+ - Repeat the cooking steps for the potatoes
+ - Boil the eggs for about 9 minutes
+- label: Drying
+ notes: |
+ All the ingredients should be reasonably dry before mixing it all together,
+ or the salad will get watery and soggy. The method I use for drying all
+ these ingredients is to put them between sheets of paper towel, and press
+ down on it to expunge most of the moisture, then remove the paper towels.
+ steps:
+ - Dry the pickles
+ - Dry the red onion
+ - Dry the spring onion
+ - Dry the carrots
+ - Dry the potatoes
+ - Dry the capers
+- label: Combining
+ steps:
+ - Shred the stewed beef
+ - Grab a big bowl
+ - Add the pickles
+ - Add the red onion
+ - Add the spring onion
+ - Add the carrots
+ - Add the potatoes
+ - Add the capers
+ - Add the shredded beef
+ - Add the mayonnaise
+ - Mix together until combined into a cohesive salad
+ - Add salt, pepper, paprika, and garlic powder to taste
+- label: Serving
+ notes: |
+ You can obviously serve it in any way you desire, but this is how I
+ traditionally encountered it.
+ steps:
+ - Cut the boiled eggs in half
+ - Place the salad on a plate
+ - Add a boiled egg on top, cut side up
+ - Garnish with leftover pickle and spring onion
+---
+
+A small, hearty salad. Served cold, usually as a side-dish, but also works great
+as a little snack.
+
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+If you use home-made mayonnaise, you can cook the egg whites in a scrambled
+fasion, and add it to the salad as well. This won't affect the flavour too much,
+but will make it a more filling snack, and you won't have to make meringue
+_again_.