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Beef Adobo for the Slow Cooker

Discussion in 'Slimming World Recipes' started by julie19, 25 November 2009 Social URL.

  1. julie19

    julie19 Well-Known Member

    This is lovely - I have a few to post but will do each one individually:

    Beef Adobo

    Ingredients:

    Fry light
    750g Lean Braising Steak
    1 Large Onion
    2 cloves of garlic
    2 Tbsp Plain Flour (7 syns)
    ¾ Pint Beef Stock
    4 Tbsp Soy Sauce
    4 Tbsp Rice or Wine Vinegar
    1 Tbsp Splenda
    2 Bay Leaves
    Juice of 1 Lime
    Salt & Pepper

    Method:
    Brown the meat, remove from the pan & add the onion, fry for 5 mins until soft & browned, add the garlic & cook for 2 minutes, stir in the flour, soy sauce, vinegar, splenda, bay leaves & stock.

    Bring to the boil then transfer everything into a slow cooker & cook for 8 -10 hours on low.

    Stir in lime juice to taste once done.

    Serves 4 – 1 ¾ syns per serving
     
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  3. beccy_bebe

    beccy_bebe Well-Known Member

    This is absolutely lovely! Stewing steak was so cheap - threw it all in the crock before work and came home to a lovely smell.... served it with frylight roasted tinned spuds and green beans....so good that I'm cooking it again today for the inlaws....Thanks Julie!
     
  4. Donnie46

    Donnie46 Slow but sure....

    Sounds delicious.
     
  5. julie19

    julie19 Well-Known Member

    Glad you liked it - try the Gingered Beef with Bay & the Ginger Pork one I have posted - they are just as good - I put them in & serve with baked spuds & veg - proper winter food!
     

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