French food is known for being delicious and very rich. The country has a long history of producing amazing dishes that are enjoyed by people all over the world. One dish in particular, Boeuf Bourguignon, is one of France’s most famous dishes because it combines beef with wine to create an unforgettable taste. This dish can be difficult to make at home so if you want to try something different, take a trip to France!
Boeuf Bourguignon is a French beef stew that is made with red wine, which gives it its distinct flavor. The dish was brought to France from Burgundy in the 1950s by Pierre Poupon and has since become a staple of French cuisine. This hearty meal can be made on the stovetop or in a slow cooker for convenience. It’s great paired with noodles or mashed potatoes and always makes for an excellent family dinner!
Here’s how to make beef bourguignon: start by browning your chuck roast in the oven safe pan or pot. Once it has been seared well on all sides, add wine and let cook for about 10 minutes while stirring constantly until reduced by half (this will help reduce burning). Next pour in 5 cups water/beef broth mixture; then tomato paste dissolved into ¼ cup warm water with 2 cloves garlic minced or finely chopped plus salt & pepper as desired Lastlyadd mushrooms if using along with bay leaves fresh thyme sprigs before letting simmer uncovered over low heat overnight – approx 8-12 hrs total cooking time depending upon size of cut used!
This dish is a staple of French cuisine and will make for an excellent family dinner any day. Give it a try or share this recipe with your loved ones!
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