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El Spicy Beef Chilli

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Serves 2

A Blend of rich tomato flavours and hot spices, slow cooked with tender beef.

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  • 2 Medium Size Onions
  • 2 Garlic Cloves, Chopped
  • 500ml Beef Stock
  • 500g Diced Beef
  • 2 tbsp Tomato Puree
  • 50g fresh ground Ginger (or 25g dry Ginger)
  • 2tbsp Cumin
  • 1tbsp Flower
  • 1 x 400g tin Chopped Tomato's
  • 1/2 x 400g tin Butter Beans
  • 1 x Red Pepper
  • 1 x Red Chilli
  • Handfull of fresh Coriander (dry Coriander can be used also)


    1. Heat 1 tbs of oil in a pan and brown off the Beef. Once finished, remove from pan and set aside.
    2. Caramelise the Onions for 6 - 8 mins or until soft.
    3. Now add Flower, Garlic, Tomato Puree, Cumin and Ginger to the Onions. Mix the ingredients together and let the mix simmer for 1 min.
    4. Gradually add the Beef Stock and finally add the Chopped Tomato's, finely chopped Pepper and finely Chilli.
    5. Turn down and simmer for around 2 hours or transfer to the slow cooker for as long as you like (I like to cook the meat for at lest 4 hours or until tender).
    6. When ready to serve, scatter the Coriander over the top of the dish.
    7. Serve with Jacket Potato's, Mash or Sweet Potato.

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