In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1rabo de buey masculinecola de buey feminine
- But don't forget oxtail and tongue, both of which will probably need to be ordered specially.
- On the third dish, place a warm piece of oxtail served with an oxtail-filled wonton.
- Add the beef stock and oxtail to the stock pot as well, and place on a stovetop over medium heat.
- The dish: a roasted sea scallop with serrano ham, braised oxtail, picholine olives, sweet garlic purée and crispy artichokes.
- You'll find many good pairings - steaks, roast lamb and any other ‘red’ meats and those occasions you find yourself eating oxtail.
- Of course, it's quite impossible to live without roast rib of beef (of which more on Friday) and braised oxtail.
- Braised oxtail is a well-known example in England.
- There's also oxtail on the menu, as well as rice pilau, and, if you call ahead, the owner will make ginger beer.
- I love their beautiful rich soup which has shreds of oxtail in it.
- Just the other day, they made some ravioli stuffed with oxtail.
- Bring a saucepan of water to a simmer and heat oxtail for 10 minutes.
- It was as tender and succulent as any oxtail I can remember.
- Don't be put off by the fact that they take a while to prepare, for comfort food is also about anticipation, about transforming some unpromising raw oxtail into a rich, delicious stew.
- A difficult matter, lots of choice - from braised oxtail to brill - and everything sounded so delicious
- The restaurant will be called The Victory, and will serve a traditional menu, with items like bobotie and oxtail.
- In the nourishing-winter-stew category, my favorite dish was a mass of oxtail sandwiched among layers of ravioli skins, with two pieces of seared monkfish on top.
- Place oxtail in a non-reactive dish and add herbs de Provence, chili sauce and olive oil.
- Midas' mom, who has had my oxtail and my stew peas, told me to open a restaurant!
- Add the chili pepper, peppercorns, oxtail, wine, and vinegar.
- Follow that with steamed oxtail, beef and veal kidney pudding with roast shallots and buttered carrots.
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