Amehnat (Country Style Beef)
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Amehnat (Country Style Beef)
  Beef    Burmese  
Last updated 6/12/2012 1:03:46 AM. Recipe ID 27914. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Amehnat (country style beef)
 Categories: Burma, Beef
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
    1/2 c  Onion, chopped fine
      1 lg Garlic clove, chopped fine
    1/2    Inch fresh ginger, chopped
           -fine
      1 ts Dried hot red chili flakes
    1/2 ts Salt
      2 ts Fish sauce (nam pya ye)
    1/4 ts Ground turmeric
      1 tb Corn or peanut oil
      1 lb Boneless beef chuck, cut
           -into 2-inch cubes
      1 c  Water
      1    Stalk lemongrass, cut into 4
           -pieces, lightly pounded
      1 ts Tamarind paste, dissolved in
      2 tb Water, and strained through
           - a metal seive
 
  This dish is known as a 'slow cook' and is prepared over wood fires
  in the villages.  Keeping the pan covered and simmering slowly
  ensures that the flavors are sealed in. It is a typical method of
  village cooking.
  
  Marinade: 1. Mix the marinade ingredients together; pour over been,
  and marinate for 15 minutes.
  
  2.  Put the beef and marinade in a pan, add the water and lemongrass,
  and stir to mix.  Bring to a boil, cover, and simmer over low heat
  for about 1 1/2 hours. Do not uncover the pan until beef is almost
  tender. Shake the pan once or twice during this time.
  
  3.  When the beef is tender, add the tamarind liquid; adjust the salt
  if necessary.  Cook the beef for 5 minutes more.
  
  Serve warm with rice and other dishes.




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Recipe ID 27914 (Apr 03, 2005)

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