FarmEats Cozy Comfort Stew!
Nothing beats a nice hot and steamy, Cozy Comfort Stew, on a last gasp of winter night!
I have my butcher Lowell, cut the sirloin tip roast, into boneless cubes of beef. The sirloin tip roast is from the hind quarters- part of the round primal of beef, behind the sirloin. The cut is also known as the "knuckle"- even though it is nowhere near a "knuckle" . I have found that the knuckle/sirloin tip roast cubed, makes nice stew meat. The cubes braised in liquid, have a soft and tender consistency, while also remaining firm.
FarmEats Cozy Comfort Stew! is easy to make, and so soul satisfying.
Start by sautéing in olive oil, a couple of chopped onions and garlic in a dutch oven, then add in a couple of pounds of FarmEats 100% grass fed stew beef, and brown. Next, slowly add in grass fed beef bone/chicken broth and/or wine, according to how soupy you like your stew. Add salt and spices-thyme, basil, etc. Can add in some (Pomi) chopped tomatoes or sauce and olive oil. Cover and let simmer for about 2 hours. While simmering, cube up root veggies- carrots/celeriac/parsnips/rutabaga/potatoes, whatever looks good, and add veggies to the stew. Let simmer for another hour or until the beef is soft and fork tender.
Make enough that you have leftovers to reheat during the week!