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Indische Hachee

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Serves 4

Nice Indonesian beefstew with onions

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Ingredients

  • 500 gr riblappen
  • peper,zout en laurierblad
  • 1 teentje knoflook
  • 100 gr boter
  • 2 kruidnagelen
  • 1 kg uien
  • 1 scheut rode wijn
  • 4 el ketjap
  • 1 tl sambal
  • 2 el tomatenpuree
  • 1 scheutje wijnazijn
  • 1 tl bruine suiker

Method

    1. Verhit de boter in een braadpan en braad de met zout en peper bestrooide blokjes vlees tot ze bruin zijn
    2. Dan de uien en knoflook toevoegen en aanfruiten tot de uien glazig zijn
    3. Voeg rest van de ingredienten toe
    4. Laat alles zo'n 3 uur stoven

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demonisch
11th Mar, 2012
The language is Dutch. Using an online translator: Heat the butter in a frying pan and roast the meat with salt and pepper its cubes until they are brown and add the onions and garlic until the onions vitreous aanfruiten are Add rest of the ingredients to let everything simmer about 3 hour ...Maybe a Dutch person could translate better :)
ourmoyra
18th Jul, 2010
Erm, maybe a slight technical hitch here. Do we have the recipe in English please. Am I the only one to notice this, or do you all know something I don't??? Hee hee
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