Teva Beef Stew Fresh, 4 lb Pack
*Under Hashgacha of Rabbi Yosef Miller
*All weights are approximate. Charge will be adjusted to reflect the accurate weight(s) of the product(s) delivered.
Stew Meat – Stew Chuck, which is our standard, is from the front of the chuck, and come in cubes of boneless meat.
Best cooking method:
Stew meat has connective tissue in it that needs to be broken down to be eaten. This takes time. A basic stew involves seasoning and browning the meat, then cooking it for a good, long while. How long you cook it depends on if you like the meat to fall apart or for it to remain in whole pieces. Count on a minimum of three hours if you’re not using a pressure cooker. Crockpots, pressure cookers, and instant pots are all possible options for stew meat. Follow a recipe for exact cooking times.
Use chicken stock instead of water for a fuller flavor. It pairs well with beef.