Once is not customary: Irish people like to prepare their meat using Guinness and Potatoes . And of course, beef is no exception to the rule: this typically Irish meal is simply delicious, and combines the basics of Irish consumption… It is a variant of the famous irish stew… but this time using beef!
Presentation of the Irish Beef stew
A dish made with beef, potatoes, and irish stout
In Ireland, Guinness Beef à la Guinness is an essential dish that is perfect for a demanding stomach! Although a little heavy to digest, it is one of the main meals offered in Irish Pubs in Ireland, and is traditionally served with a pint of Guinness.
Served very hot, this dish is considered a festive dish, and is often served at Christmas dinner. However, you can enjoy it at any time of the year if you are visiting a good Irish Pub in Ireland… Irish people like to consume it regularly, thanks to its very fragrant taste, as well as for its warming virtues: moreover, Irish Beef stew helps to fight against the recurring cold and humidity of the Irish country!
Guinness Beef Recipe
Ingredients of Guinness Beef à la Guinness
- For 4 people
- Preparation time: 30 min
- Cooking time: 10 minutes
- 800 g braising beef
- 1 pint of Guinness (if not, a stout of another brand will do)
- 2 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
- 40 grams of butter
- 200 grams of flour
- 3 onions
- 8 potatoes
- 4 carrots
Preparation of Guinness Beef
- Wash and peel the potatoes and carrots, then steam them.
- Meanwhile, peel the onions, then chop them finely and fry them in butter.
- Thinly slice the parsley and add it to the onions.
- Then add the bay leaf
- Cut the beef into large chunks, flour it, then add it to the pot with the onions and parsley.
- Cook until the meat is coloured.
- Then deglaze by adding the Guinness®
- Cook until the sauce thickens.
- Finally, turn off the heat, and place the preparation in an ovenproof dish. Braise the beef at 160°, thermostat 5 for about 1h20.
- While the beef is in the oven, make sure it does not dry out, and add Guinness or water if necessary.
- Once cooked, serve hot, with the potatoes…
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