A really delicious combination of tasty vegetables with grass fed beef mince cooked over several hours to produce a lovely caramalized appearance and flavour. The combination of spices, red cabbage, sweet potato and brussel sprouts with beef mince produces a hearty and nutritious dish.
1kg grass fed beef mince
2 small onions diced
Spices: I used dried ginger, cumin, cinnamon and turmeric
Seasoning: Pink rock salt and black pepper
Coconut amino sauce (1 tablespoon)
1/4 red cabbage sliced
1 largish orange sweet potato grated
6 brussel sprouts sliced
2 tablespoons coconut oil (add just before cooking in the oven).
1 cup of home made bone broth
Add the spices and seasoning to suit your own personal taste. I used a generous pinch of cinnamon, ginger & turmeric plus 1/2 teaspoon of cumin, 1/2 a teaspoon of pink rock salt & a pinch of black pepper.
Bake uncovered in a 180 degree celsius oven for several hours. Turn with tongs every 30 minutes. The vegetables will slowly break down and caramalize while the amazing flavours develop. I served this on its own and it was a complete meal as it was.
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Falling off the bone with a delectable stickiness and sweet flavour. These ribs are all natural, healthy and a family favourite.
The main ingredient is the grass fed beef ribs. It is important to use the best meat possible and this will involve searching your area for a butcher who sells locally grown grass fed meat.
Make a marinade using a tablespoon each of coconut oil, coconut sugar and honey. Place in a saucepan and heat gently on the stove.
Place the ribs in a bowl and mix the marinade through so they are all coated.
Place the ribs into a baking tray. Season with pink rock salt and black pepper.
Cover with aluminium foil and bake in a pre-heated 180 degree celsius oven for approximately 2 hours.
Serve the ribs with your favourite vegetables or salad.
The longer you cook these ribs the more tender and tasty they become. The marinade is a feature and the cooking time allows for a wonderful stickiness to develop using all natural ingredients.
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