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Diced Beef!

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Bels8 Fri 05-Jan-18 18:18:47

Hey there, I bought some diced beef and trying to think of a meal I could make that isn’t a casserole, pie or curry! I want to cook it and have it with rice but I can’t think of a sauce that will go with it! Any suggestions?

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MilkRunningOutAgain Fri 05-Jan-18 18:44:50

Goulash?

Tumilnaughts Fri 05-Jan-18 18:54:12

Rick Stein's goulash recipe is my favourite.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/viennesegulaschh_96419

Or you could go Chinesey and do like a broccoli and beef?

CooeeOnlyMe Fri 05-Jan-18 19:01:05

Beef stroganoff! Can do links as I'm on the app but look up James Martin's recipe, it's easy peasy and delish

Wolfcub Fri 05-Jan-18 19:01:45

Mexican Chilli beef

Wolfcub Fri 05-Jan-18 19:02:28

www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/1853639/mexican-beef-chilli

TyneTeas Fri 05-Jan-18 19:03:29

Chilli beef, have it with rice or baked pots

tyne-teas.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/chilli-beef-stew_24.html?

Bels8 Fri 05-Jan-18 19:40:30

Thank you so much! Hopefully my partner likes the ideas as he’s the fussy one!

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wombatron Fri 05-Jan-18 20:17:16

I make tacos with it! Buy a kit, mix half the sachet of spice with enough water to cover the beef and low heat for about 40mins - check the water doesn’t run out whilst it’s cooking. Once it’s soft and shredable let the pan run dry (don’t walk off and leave it like it did hmm) and add a bit more of the spice mix if you feel it needs it. Then make tacos!

I found the whole sachet made it too salty so use about 1/2-3/4 of one!

wombatron Fri 05-Jan-18 20:17:53

Oh I just saw rice! Beef Rendang! Yummy!

10thingsIhateAboutTheDailyMail Fri 05-Jan-18 20:18:50

Yes, beef rendang!

cdtaylornats Fri 05-Jan-18 21:16:16

Kebab

GreenTulips Fri 05-Jan-18 21:21:12

Cook it with tomatoes

Dox Fri 05-Jan-18 21:33:00

Diced beef? What kind? If it's for stew or casseroles it needs cooking long and slow to make it tender it will be tough as boot.
Casserole isjust a cooking method, add spice or flavours to make different dishes. So maybe peanut butter and chilli for a satay or paprika and cream for a goulash.

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