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How to make white radish and beef brisket stew
Beef brisket: 500g
White radish: 1
Shallot: 1 stick
Ginger: 1 piece
Garlic: 5 cloves
Salt, Camellia oil: to taste
Reference age: over 12 months
Soak the brisket in water for 20 minutes to remove the blood.
Cut the brisket into small pieces, add cold water to the pan and cook for 20 minutes.
Tips: Cold blanching of meat is good for the drainage of blood stains.
Chop a small piece of ginger, shallot and garlic, place the brisket in a pressure cooker, add boiling water to cover the brisket, press the soup button, and simmer for half an hour.
Tip: If you’re using a rice cooker, cook for 1 hour.
The rest of the onion is chopped and the ginger and garlic are chopped.
White radish cut into radish dice, and then put boiling water to boil for 1 minute.
Tips: Radishes contain canola oil, which is the source of the spicy flavor, and the canola oil will evaporate at high temperature.
Stewed brisket, uncovered, with blanched radish cubes and stewed for another half hour
TIP: If you don’t want the radishes to stew too much, the pressure cooker can be shorter.
If the baby is over one week old, or if you don’t want to use it for braising, you can add some salt to taste. It’s ready to be eaten straight away!
Remove the stewed brisket and white radish from the oven and set aside
Tips: The soup can be used to make noodles or soft rice for your baby, or you can add some vegetables or mushrooms to make a bowl of soup.
Pour some Camellia oil into a pan and add the garlic and ginger, then add the shallots.
TIP: We recommend using authentic camellia oil (that is, home-made in the countryside), which is the essence of this dish; if you don’t have it, you can use other oils as well!
When the shallots are cooked, add the beef brisket and white radish and stir-fry, season and colour with salt and soy sauce, add a small spoonful of stock.
Tips: Because the gnocchi can’t eat salt yet, so I didn’t put salt in the soup, if the big baby eat, you can put salt in the soup when it’s simmering, so that when it’s braised, just put some soya sauce.
Stir-fry for a few minutes, reduce the sauce and it’s ready to go!
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