Chinese Daikon Carrot And Tomato Beef Stew

Chinese Daikon Carrot And Tomato Beef Stew Recipe

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About Chinese Daikon Carrot And Tomato Beef Stew Recipe:

Its difficult for working moms to find time took a whole tables worth of food during busy days. So when it comes to whats for dinner one of our favorite dishes to cook is this chinese daikon, carrot, and tomato beef stew (). You can prepare this dish and store it in the freezer, so, whenever youre hungry, just defrost and re-heat it. You can serve this dish with either rice or noodles, and both ways are delicious but different. This dish is a lifesaver for the working mother: re-heat it, cook some rice in a rice cooker for 30 minutes, and the dish has all the nutrition your family/friends need. You dont need to worry if there are enough vegetables or proteins in your food. We've always been a big fan of stew, and this beef stew is one of our favorites. The traditional way of making this in taipei is to add some dried orange peel because, apparently, the dried orange peel will make any kind of meat soup or stew taste better. You can also put dried orange peel in slow-cooked pork dishes. It really does make the pork taste better. Unfortunately, it can be tricky to get hold of dried orange peel (chenpi, ), so this recipe doesnt contain any. The stew tastes amazing with or without. If you dont like daikon, you can leave it out or replace it with potato. The flavor will become quite different compared to using daikon, but, again, either way, is really delicious.

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  • 2 Hr 20 mins
  • 12 Ingredients
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Ingredients for Chinese Daikon Carrot And Tomato Beef Stew Recipe

  • 1/5 kilogram Beef flank
  • 0.40 tablespoon Oil
  • 96 gram Tomato
  • 24 gram Onion
  • 2 gram Ginger
  • 40 gram Carrot
  • 120 gram Daikon radish
  • 140 milliliter Water
  • 40 milliliter Light soy sauce
  • 1/5 teaspoon Dark soy sauce
  • 14 milliliter Rice Wine
  • 0.40 Whole star anise
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

All nutritional information presented are estimates and not meant to substitute professional dietary advice or treatment