Saffron Peach Apple Fennel Silverside . . Inspired by Late Persian Empire Recipe…

Saffron Peach Apple Fennel Silverside
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Inspired by Late Persian Empire Recipes.
Originally it’s one of good ways to make pulled beef sandwiches for me, but there are already some leftovers cutlet cut meat for that. That’s the reason I tweaked it little bit this time. Anyway, no need to tie, no hassle.
It’s very lean yet flavorful. Quite a moist and delicate, really great for filling meal every aspect. Specifically this batch was made out of a lean and clear dish. Once you pull it with a fork, fascinating scent of the beef comes up. Besides with sweetness based sauce which is practically similar to Moroccan t’faya dishes such as sweet couscous with onion confits and raisins in very important ways, absolutely great combination.
You could make it stew or pot roast by adjusting the amount of water and using oven finished step. Simply, you could just take the main ingredients of this dish for your version because both dishes are not quite written something.
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Practically it’s for a pressure cooker. 5 ply crock pot, skillet, stoneware and so on. No quite enough to get the replicable outcome in right way. Still, if you’re into having sort of pulled beef or pot roast on the menu, it would work for you. If this sounds like something you can live with, come right in.
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1. Ingredients
• For beef rub step
▶️400g lean beef
I prefer to use silverside cut beef over the other part/cut. If you’d like to make it stewish, use diced cut meat.
▶️1 Tbsp. whole fennel seeds
▶️1 tsp. Saffron threads
▶️1 tsp. ground mace
▶️1/4 tsp. ground cinnamon
▶️A hint of Kosher salt
▶️Ground pepper
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• For boiling step
Using a pressure cooker.
▶️marinated beef
▶️2 medium sized onions in quarters
▶️10 garlic cloves chopped
▶️1 pitted and peeled apple cut into eights
Normally I did not take fruit by cooking because of many healthful benefits eating raw fruit, still this is one of useful ideas to keep my fridge pleasant.
▶️1 pitted and peeled peaches cut into eights
▶️1 Tbsp. whole fennel seeds
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12 thoughts on “Saffron Peach Apple Fennel Silverside . . Inspired by Late Persian Empire Recipe…

  1. ▶️250g chopped celery stems
    You could substitute a fennel bulb over fennel seeds and celery stems. In that case, it might be better to double the amount of ground mace.
    ▶️1 tsp. ground mace
    ▶️1/4 tsp. ground cinnamon
    ▶️6 tsp. dried leeks
    ▶️6 handfuls of scallions chopped
    ▶️1 handful of radish sprouts
    Instead of using radish sprouts, the same amount of fresh dill weed and a bit of cilantro will be fine.
    ▶️1 handful of dried Physalis Peruviana(a.k.a Inka Golden Berry)
    Cape gooseberry will be the best for this dish. It has very distinctive features, so that It would give an amazing kick.
    Dried cape gooseberry has an edge over usual pairing because quite close to that in taste, lower in sugar content. Actually It tastes rather sweet sour and clear. Hardly get tired.
    Also, If you have a thing for spice treats made with herb and spices such as cinnamon, anise mace, It would be worth a try. It tastes fantastic enough likely that. Poised to get well with this stew
    Compared with other berries, cape gooseberry has a hint of sun dried tomatoes and grapefruit. Actually, Golden Berry is members of the genus Physalis, so absolutely close to tomatillo and related to tomato and aubergine.
    For this reason, It has a unique liquoric-ish bitter-sweetness. Nothing like the scent of mint. Hardly say pungent, still maybe for someone, It could be taken as a likely herbal aromatic flavor, though.
    Besides, It has very interesting texture slightly crisp-crunchy because of seeds inside. Especially this case, It would turn into much more attractive. Simmered for about an hour, getting tender, saucy and gloopy. Soft, super juicy, to top it off, still a bit crunch! It will add up a really flavor-fulled and interesting dish. Give it a try.
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    For other options, dried barberries will be great. Simply, you could just use dried cranberries.
    ▶️1/2 tsp. Saffron thread
    ▶️2 Tbsp. Kosher salt
    ▶️Some water
    Beef should be submerged in water while cooked in the pressure cooker. In a similar vein, It’s highly recommended to use water in using the pressure cooker.
    Option 1 – Rose water or edible rose petal
    Option 2 – Spinach
    The outcome would be way similar to Moroccan cooked salad.
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