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lazyme
I had never tried oxtails before, but decided to give them a try after seeing them in the grocery store. Finding a recipe was a little harder, but we enjoyed this easy recipe from The Canadian Living Cookbook.
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Food Network Kitchens for entwine. Copyright 2011 Television Food Network, G.P. All rights reserved
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ccferne
Based on a Sunset Magazine recipe of several years ago. This can be made in the crockpot. Also, potatoes and/or other veggies can be added.
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Chef Alfred Kong at Jamaica Kitchen in Kendall Lakes, FL
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Celtic Tiger
A rich,thick stew. Add a chunk of cow's foot to this if you can. It makes all the difference!
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mightyro_cooking4u
From "Cooking for Real" I have not tried this yet. It sounds interesting with the addition of the lima beans.
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CJAY
From my collection of handwritten recipes 1964.
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Catherine Bienik
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Emeril Lagasse
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Karen in Toronto
I learned to make this when I was living in Barbados. My friend, who is the grandson of a well known local cook in Speightstown (Mile and a Quarter), never used measurements, so everything here is approximated to the best of my ability. Feel free to play around with it, as it is hard to go wrong. You can find all the ingredients at any West Indian supermarket. This is the best oxtail stew I have ever had and I consider myself quite the connoisseur. If you want to impress your West Indian friends, try this delicious dish.
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www.epicurean.com
1. Sprinkle the oxtails with the salt, pepper, and lime juice. In a large soup kettle or casserole over medium heat, heat 1/4 cup of the oil until fragrant, then brown the oxtails on all sides. Transfer them to a platter and discard the oil. In the ...
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Hobbyzu
This is a really popular island dish.
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