AIP Beef Stew (with Beef Heart)

#aiprecipe #beefstew  Offal is a very nutrient dense food and is recommended to be consumed 3-5 x per week. This can be challenging on a number of levels.  Today I saw beef heart on special so decided to give it ago - and no-one said anything so here is the recipe for you:     Serves 4-6     Ingredients   ~300g beef heart diced  ~300-500g chuck beef (or other slow cook beef cut)  1 brown onion dice  3-4 cubes of frozen spinach  Approx 12 white button mushrooms diced  1 tablespoon of grated ginger  3 cloves of garlic  2 diced carrots  3 bay leaves  1 tsp of Celtic or pink salt    To thicken stew once cooked: 3 tablespoon of tapioca or arrowroot flour to thicken  Serve with mash of your choice + steamed veges eg broccoli and cauliflower or green beans (stage 1 re-intro)     Directions   I have a casserole dish which can go on the stove top so I added a bit of oil and sautéed the onion, garlic, ginger and meat before adding the rest of the ingredients.  You could simple pop all the ingredients except tapioca flour into a casserole dish or slow cooker,  Add water until about 3/4 way up meat and pop into oven at 160oC for 4 hours, or slow cook 6 hours.  Stir 2-3 times during cooking.  Once cooked, add tapicoa flour to a small amount of water, stir to a small paste then add to stew to thicken

#aiprecipe #beefstew

Offal is a very nutrient dense food and is recommended to be consumed 3-5 x per week. This can be challenging on a number of levels.

Today I saw beef heart on special so decided to give it ago - and no-one said anything so here is the recipe for you:

Serves 4-6


Ingredients

~300g beef heart diced

~300-500g chuck beef (or other slow cook beef cut)

1 brown onion dice

3-4 cubes of frozen spinach

Approx 12 white button mushrooms diced

1 tablespoon of grated ginger

3 cloves of garlic

2 diced carrots

3 bay leaves

1 tsp of Celtic or pink salt

To thicken stew once cooked: 3 tablespoon of tapioca or arrowroot flour to thicken

Serve with mash of your choice + steamed veges eg broccoli and cauliflower or green beans (stage 1 re-intro)

Directions

I have a casserole dish which can go on the stove top so I added a bit of oil and sautéed the onion, garlic, ginger and meat before adding the rest of the ingredients.

You could simple pop all the ingredients except tapioca flour into a casserole dish or slow cooker,

Add water until about 3/4 way up meat and pop into oven at 160oC for 4 hours, or slow cook 6 hours.

Stir 2-3 times during cooking.

Once cooked, add tapicoa flour to a small amount of water, stir to a small paste then add to stew to thicken