Slow-cooked Beef Cheeks in Red Wine with Creamy Mashed Potatoes. If you've never tried Beef Cheeks, you need to! Unbelievably tender with a thick sauce made from the braising liquid. SO EASY. Directions for slow cooker, oven and stovetop.
It's definitely stew weather and here is another great Spanish example to try.
Slow Cooked Beef Cheeks in Red Wine with Creamy Mashed Potatoes: An elegant, effortless meal. Use leftovers to make a Pie and/or Ragu pasta.
A trip to every foodie's favourite destination, San Sebastián, inspires Nigel Slater to take a walk on the wild side…
Recipe: Braised Iberian Pork Cheek with Port Wine and Honey - Spanish Sabores