Top Rated Ropa Vieja Recipes

By
This traditional Cuban dish is true to its English translation of "old clothes," because of the tender chunks of shredded beef that resemble torn clothing.
View Recipe
5

Beef Ropa Vieja
“This recipe is a quicker adaptation of traditional ropa vieja. While there are many theories to explain the name, there’s no doubt that the meat is shredded at the end of cooking to resemble rags, hence the translation to “old clothes.” Instead of serving this with a carb-heavy side of rice and beans, you can lighten it up by serving it as a “garnish” on a salad composed of beautiful lettuces. And, as a bonus, you don’t need to whip up a dressing; simply use the sauce from the meat.” — Angelo Sosa, co-author of Healthy Latin Eating, Our Favorite Family Recipes Remixed 
View Recipe
5

by
Food Network Magazine
0

Ropa Vieja recipe. Ready In: 150 min. Makes 6 servings 650 per serving Ingredients: beef, flank steak, bay leaf, onion, tomato, celery stalks, salt, ---, olive oil, green bell pepper, garlic cloves, bay leaf, oregano, cumin, tomato sauce, sugar, wine vinegar, stock, salt, wine
0

by
ames107
Ingredients: 2 1/2 lbs flank steak, cut into 3x4 inch strips. Goya Adobo with pepper to taste 1/4 cup vegetable oil 6 cloves garlic, minced 2 1/2 cups finely chopped onion 1 1/2 cups finely chopped green pepper 1/4 tsp ground black pepper 1 8oz can ...
0

by
International Recipes
XExportedFrom: MasterCook MacExported from MasterCook MacRopa ViejaRecipe By : NY Times1988/tpogueidsonline.comServing Size : 10 Preparation Time :0:00Categories : Beef MexicanAmount Measure Ingredient Preparation Method3 pounds flank steak1 ...
0

by
crys loves to cook
This a recipe I tore out of an O magazine a few years ago. It's a Delicious version of Ropa Vieja. I serve it over white rice with crusty bread. One suggestion is to cut the meat in smaller pieces after or before you shred it to make it easier to eat. Takes some time to make but well worth it to me. Enjoy, Cook time includes prep time and it is guesstimated, if that is a word.
0

(Braised Beef, Peppers, and Onions) Ropa vieja, or "old clothes," describes the shreds of meat, peppers, and onions resembling a mess of colorful rags. Robust stews such as this Cuban specialty are at the heart of West Indian cuisine.
0

by
Jennifer Iserloh
Try this Ropa Vieja recipe or find other Beef recipes and Vegetable recipes .
0

by
EatingWell
Try this Ropa Vieja recipe or find other Beef recipes and Latin American recipes .
0

by
ShanChef
This Cuban stew is made by slow cooking a flank steak until very tender. Simmering it for a few hours makes it extremely tender. Ropa Vieja means "old clothes" in Spanish.
0

by
Mark Scarbrough, Cooking Light JANUARY 2008
This Cuban stew, Ropa Vieja, is made by braising beef until it can be shredded—thus the name (translated as 'old clothes'). Serve with tortillas, and pass hot sauce on the side for those who like it fiery. Because the meat is shredded, it's also suitable for tacos and burritos.
0