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    Giardiniera Beef


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    2008 November 16

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    Braised Sirloin Tip roast with hot giardiniera, dark beer, herbs and spices. Serves 8 people.

      Ingredients:

    • 3 pounds sirloin tip roast
    • 2 cups beef stock (or broth)
    • 12 ounces of beer (the darker the better)
    • 2 8oz. or 1 16oz Il Primo Giardiniera Hot Mix, drained
    • 3 cloves garlic, minced
    • 1 tablespoon oregano
    • salt and pepper – to taste

    Place meat in a heavy pot or slow cooker. Add stock, beer, giardiniera, garlic, oregano, and salt & pepper. Cook, covered, over low heat for approx 8 hours, stirring occasionally. Meat will be tender and falling apart.

    Check for seasoning and add more salt and pepper if needed. Cut beef into 1/4 inch slices against the grain (let beef fall apart). The sauce will probably need thickening. Remove sauce to pan over high heat and reduce until desired consistancy is reached, approximately 1/2 of liquid.

    Serving Ideas:

    • 1. Make sandwiches – Put some giardiniera beef on warm French or kaiser rolls and top with sliced provolone cheese. Serve with Il Primo Sport Peppers on the side.
    • 2. Pizza! – Take a pizza shell and spread with marinara sauce. Add a generous amount of mozzarella cheese and top with giardiniera beef. Sprinkle a bit of parmesean cheese on top (optional).
    • 3. Stuff some peppers – Mix 3 parts giardiniera beef with 1 part cheese (mozzarella and parmesean in equal amounts) in a bowl. Stuff into green peppers (remove seeds and pith first) and bake at 350 for one hour.

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    Adina

    The Giardiniera Beef recipe is so easy and really tasty!! We serve it on toasty rolls and melt a little provolone on top. I made it last year for a house full of people during the NCAA basketball tournament, and everyone loved it. We’re going to a Super Bowl party tomorrow at a friend’s house, and they’re having a sandwich contest. I’m sure the Giardiniera Beef will be a fan favorite.

    […] to christian my new slow-cooker with a recipe I saw a while ago over at Brian’s Belly, the Giardiniera Beef. As I’ve mentioned in the past, I like to play fast and loose with ingredients and quantities […]

    […] to christian my new slow-cooker with a recipe I saw a while ago over at Brian’s Belly, the Giardiniera Beef. As I’ve mentioned in the past, I like to play fast and loose with ingredients and quantities […]

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