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Beef Ragout

Slow Cooked MealsFabulous Family Eats

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Slow Cooked MealsFabulous Family Eats

All it takes for the TCB Beef Ragout is a budget cut of beef, simple pantry ingredients, and a little bit of patience, the end result is a delicious, comforting meal with tenderized meat that just falls apart.

The beauty of slow-cooked meals is that they require minimal prep, and once the ingredients are in the pot, you just switch it on and leave it to simmer all day.

Enjoy any time of the day, or add rice, couscous, or pasta to enjoy as a post-workout meal.

lean diced beef / chuck steak700 g
garlic cloves, crushed4
brown onion, chopped2
celery, stalks, fresh, sliced3
carrots, fresh, sliced3
baby summer / button squashes, ends removed, chopped4
diced tomatoes, canned2 x 400g cans
beef stock, liquid, salt-reduced150 mls
paprika, ground1 tsp
thyme, dried1 tsp
oregano leaves, dried1 tsp
cannellini beans, canned, drained, rinsed1 x 400g can
rock salt & cracked pepper to season
parsley, flat-leaf, fresh, chopped to garnish

  1. Place meat into the slow cooker's ceramic bowl. Add garlic, onion, celery, carrots, squash, and cauliflower florets.

  2. In a large jug, add tomatoes and stock. Stir in herbs – paprika, thyme, oregano, and cannellini beans. Pour over meat and vegetables in the pot. Season with salt and pepper. Cover set the temperature on LOW and cook up to 8-10 hours.

  3. When cooked, plate up, garnish with fresh parsley sprigs, and serve.

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Calories (per serving) 217
Protein 23.9g
Carbs 22.6g
Fat 3.5g

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