This beef is so amazingly flavorful, soft, and juicy. A must-try…period. Make yourself a favor and I promise you will not regret it.
I didn’t like cilantro in my food up until the moment a friend of mine cooked it with beef and veggies. I didn’t even know she was cooking with cilantro but I smelled delicious flavor penetrating the house and pampering our noses. Anyway, to cut the long story short, now I love adding cilantro in many dishes.
This recipe doesn’t even require a recipe.
Just watch this one-minute video below and you will know my secret.
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Just in case if you want to know the exact ingredients I have used, here is the list and the instructions:
- 2 Tbsp olive oil
- 1 medium onion, sliced
- 1 pound meat, cubed
- salt, to taste
- 1 Tbsp tomato paste (substitute with 3-4 Tbsp tomato spaghetti sauce)
- 1 liter of hot boiled water
- Serve with any side dish of your choice
- Heat the oil in the medium pot
- Saute onions until golden
- Add meat and let it brown
- Add cilantro and salt, stir well
- Pour water, cover, bring to a boil.
- Simmer for 1 hour.
Serve it with any side dish. Anything will work.
I had it with basmati rice and my kids just loved it with vermicelli. Yeah, this is what happens when everyone has different tastes or when mom goes on a diet – you end up cooking different things. Thanks, Lord, there is more than 1 burner on the stove and I can cook 4 things simultaneously. Life is life..family is family. #makeeveryonehappy, #keepdieting, #freefromextraluggage.
One more thing to mention. You can easily convert this beef dish into a soup.
Just add beef broth (I usually mix broth with water), bring to a boil, add your favorite soup ingredients and simmer until everything is cooked. Garnish with fresh herbs. I like eating vegetable soups with a teaspoon of soy sauce and a few drops of freshly squeezed lemon juice. This tactic changes those ‘hospital-style’ vegetable soups into edible and enjoyable meals.