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Beef short ribs anyone?

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MonsteraCheeseplant Mon 10-Aug-20 22:00:58

I've seen a few American recipes that call for short ribs. I've not seen this cut in the UK, do you know what an equivalent cut would be here?

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purplecorkheart Mon 10-Aug-20 22:05:49

To be honest I normally just ask for beef short ribs in my local butcher shop (Ireland). Normally, if you order something using a USA term for the cut they tell you the Irish/UK cut name but they have not given me an different name for short rib.

ceeveebee Mon 10-Aug-20 22:11:35

I’ve had these from Waitrose in the past so must be a UK cut too?

bruffin Mon 10-Aug-20 22:11:38

Ive short ribs from ocado, and also local farm shop, both described as short rib

MonsteraCheeseplant Mon 10-Aug-20 22:12:19

Nice, i'll shop around more then, thanks!

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AriettyHomily Mon 10-Aug-20 22:12:54

I just ask my butcher for short ribs. Personally I don't like them, they are very gelatinous / fatty even when cooked right down for hours but that's what other people like about them!

bruffin Mon 10-Aug-20 22:14:38

Here in ocado

parietal Mon 10-Aug-20 22:26:03

DH gets them from the farmers market or the butcher. cook them for a long time in a slow cooker or sous vide and they are delicious.

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