Irish Steak and Guinness Casserole

Irish Steak and Guinness Casserole

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Irish Steak & Guinness Casserole

Prep Time
20 mins

Cook Time
3 hr

Total Time
3 hr 20 mins

 

Casserole is my ultimate comfort food, and here's my favorite: steak and Guinness (thank me later 😉 )

Course:

Main Course
Cuisine:

Irish
Servings: 4

Ingredients
  • 500
    g
    Braising steak
  • 3
    Carrots
  • 2
    Onions
  • 1
    sprig
    Thyme
  • 500ml
    Guinness
  • 2
    Garlic Cloves
  • 2
    Beef Stock Cubes

Instructions
  1. Peel and chop your carrots, chop your onions, and crush the garlic

  2. Heat oil in a heavy pan, and add the onion and carrot, sauté on low/medium until onions are clear and carrots slightly charred

  3. Whilst your carrot and onion are cooking, cut your steak into small, lean chunks

  4. Once your onions and carrots are lightly cooked, remove from the pan and set aside

  5. Add your steak chunks into the same pan you cooked the vegetables in and turn the heat up to high, your aim here is to lightly brown the meat, but not cook through

  6. After a minute, add the garlic and reduce the heat to low

  7. Cook the garlic for a further minute, then add the flour, mix and cook for a further minute

  8. Add the full bottle of Guinness to the pan, alongside the beef stock and thyme

  9. Bring to a light simmer and continue to stir for a further 2 minutes

  10. Remove from the heat and add to a casserole dish

  11. Add the pre-cooked vegetables to the casserole dish

  12. Put a lid on the dish, and put into the pre-heated oven for 2 1/2 – 3 hours

  13. Stir halfway through cooking, and ensure there is enough liquid in the dish – if it is looking low, add some water

  14. Remove from the oven after 2 1/2 hours and taste the meat; it should be melt in the mouth – if not, return to the oven for a further half an hour



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