There’s nothing better than when a beef joint falls apart when taking it out of the slow cooker… it a sign that its; super moist, tender and overall mouth-wateringly tasty, the only downfall is that it takes ages to actually spoon it out of the slow cooker, annoying.
I love “fall apart” meat and it has taken me ages to actually come up with a recipe that works just like that. The first step is a slow cooker, its the perfect way to cook a joint, the second step is stock, the stock adds moisture and flavour and stops the joint drying out, and thirdly is the butter, searing the joint in butter helps trap in the juices, stopping them from escaping during cooking. There’s not a whole lot of ingredients for this recipe, I’ve tried to keep it simple (for once), only using what I think are the necessary items for a tasty and delicious meal. I prefer to serve this with sweet potato mash and peas, though you can add many other vegetables to that selection. This is also great for soups and sandwiches if y0u have any leftovers. Enjoy, Amy.
Servings: 4 – Per Serving – Calories 237 – Fat 7 – Protein 39 – Carbs 4 – Sugars 2 Ingredients Directions
Servings: 4 – Per Serving – Calories 237 – Fat 7 – Protein 39 – Carbs 4 – Sugars 2