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Slow-cooked Honey Soy Beef

by lydia (follow)
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Honey and Soy give a wonderful balance of sweet and salty, making this beef dish an easy to make family favourite. It can be served with steamed rice, creamy mashed potato or loads of steamed green beans.

Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Cooking Time: 4 hours
Makes: 6 servings

Ingredients
1kg gravy beef
2 brown onions, quartered and sliced
1/2 cup soy sauce
1/2 cup unheated honey
1 tablespoon olive oil

Method
Cut the gravy beef into 2 - 3cm pieces.
Heat the olive oil in a heavy based casserole dish - either stove top or oven suitable.
Gently stir the onions and gravy beef through it until lightly browned.

Add the honey and soy and stir again to make sure it is all evenly combined.

Pop the lid on and cook for 4 hours on a low heat or in the oven at 150 degrees C.
When the beef is falling apart soft, you can thicken the gravy slightly with a small amount of cornflour if you want.

Categories
#Beef
#Asian
#Casseroles
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