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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.
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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.
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Emeril Lagasse
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CHRISTYJ
Picante sauce enlivens the flavor of this pot roast, which simmers in red wine with onions. It makes great tortilla filling, and could also be served over rice.
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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.
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Lisa1
I got this from one of Jeff Smith's "Frugal Gourmet" cookbooks seveal years ago. Pretty easy to make. Nice weekend meal in place of standard pot roast.
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Russell G
This dish is fairly simple, although takes a little bit of prep time. My mother used to make this pretty frequently. It calls for a Dutch Oven, but I imagine one could find a way around that. I like to serve with tortillas. Great leftover as well!
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Michael Chiarello
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