How To Perfectly Braise Beef • Tasty

  • Published on Jan 29, 2019
  • This braised beef is worth the wait. Learn how we make perfectly tender pieces using Kroger's freshest meat 🥩
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Comments • 536

  • Dimsum
    Dimsum 6 days ago

    if you season the meat before you cut it into cubes its easier.

  • George Bowman
    George Bowman Month ago

    Nice 👍

  • George Bowman
    George Bowman Month ago

    Oh PS
    I forgot to say:
    Thank you.
    ...for the time and effort in video oh ➕ the love ❤ 😄

  • George Bowman
    George Bowman Month ago

    Any way u serve it...its sure to be Tasty 😄 haha 🙏 future wife is gonna love me :)

  • George Bowman
    George Bowman Month ago

    Beutiful video...but what, no flour on meat and then fry? :)

  • Shanice Atkins
    Shanice Atkins 3 months ago +1

    *Adds salt and pepper in the beginning to the meat*
    "ThOroUghLy SeAsoNeD"

  • Marianna Tsemekhman
    Marianna Tsemekhman 4 months ago

    I want to know, how long does the beef cook in the pot at a simmer?

  • AlphaBanjaxedBanshee
    AlphaBanjaxedBanshee 5 months ago

    Can you do a 'how not to braise a rump steak' video please

  • Catspaw
    Catspaw 6 months ago

    Can you use seasoned salt instead of regular salt when seasoning the meat?

  • Jordan Lathrop
    Jordan Lathrop 6 months ago

    Can I have the recipe

  • Riverten Kitchen
    Riverten Kitchen 6 months ago

    this is making me hangry! I shouldn't be watching this at midnight :(

  • Jordan Lathrop
    Jordan Lathrop 6 months ago

    What’s the recipe

  • trumlaren
    trumlaren 6 months ago

    Looking at the food at 3:11 and 3:22, hot do you get it so "full" and not with all liquid? Do you put in flower or arrowroot at the end? I have done this recipe twice now and covered the meat with liquid but since the lid is on not much of the liquid goes away and it´s more towards soup than the hearty full "stew"-like as in the video from 3:22.

  • Maya Gentry
    Maya Gentry 7 months ago

    This sounds like Bolognese

    • nekuandshiki
      nekuandshiki 7 months ago

      Nope. Bolognese is on another world. Trust me, i'm italian.

  • victor noagbodji
    victor noagbodji 7 months ago

    please what is that pan? where can i get it? thx.

  • Dara J Makeup
    Dara J Makeup 7 months ago

    great how to video! Gives me some creative ideas for videos for my channel! :)

  • loladius nachnamius
    loladius nachnamius 7 months ago

    i hate every single one of your videos and i dont know why i watch them every few weeks. generic bullshit

  • EasternEuropean86
    EasternEuropean86 7 months ago

    With so much tomato paste and tomatoes, its going to be sour as fuck. So the only way to eat it, is to stuff it with lots of mashed potatoes, rice, or pasta. And this means its more like a meaty sauce, as addon to starch filled foods.

  • E Phelps
    E Phelps 7 months ago

    Is there a Tasty recipe link anywhere??

  • Colors_Revived
    Colors_Revived 7 months ago +2

    ill braise my cereal

  • David Castaño
    David Castaño 7 months ago

    One of the best recipes in the world

  • Dave Groom
    Dave Groom 7 months ago

    i miss the old school vids. where you could watch the words, and it told you exactly what was going in, and for how long, without the cool voiceovers :(

  • herogamer555
    herogamer555 7 months ago

    Bruh, grind your rosemary unless you like picking them out of your teeth.

  • beautiful creature
    beautiful creature 7 months ago

    In my culture we have something similar which is, estilo de birria and guisado

  • mark wierzbicki
    mark wierzbicki 7 months ago

    Oh god the vocal fry

  • ACMilan Girl
    ACMilan Girl 7 months ago

    is that Ellosteph?

  • igotthejack44
    igotthejack44 7 months ago

    Do people actually like to eat rosemary like that? Might as well throw some sticks in there.

  • Derill Troy Tacang
    Derill Troy Tacang 7 months ago


  • Decoy
    Decoy 7 months ago

    Okay, looks good. I am going to make this today. Thanks Tasty!

  • qienriot
    qienriot 7 months ago

    Really similar to hungarian beef stew (pörkölt)

  • David Manock
    David Manock 7 months ago

    Didn't know it was a how to make tomato soup video instead

  • PiPi PiPi
    PiPi PiPi 7 months ago

    looks a little bit like gulasch

  • T O X I C M A S C U L I N I T Y

    cheers cunts, will be trying this soon

  • Swigitty Swooty
    Swigitty Swooty 7 months ago

    Wine? Absolutely haram

  • Xue Yi Hon
    Xue Yi Hon 7 months ago

    And the secret ingredient, Knorr rich beef sto-oh wait

  • tammage
    tammage 7 months ago

    Written recipe?

  • MsOHsoFantastic
    MsOHsoFantastic 7 months ago

    Use similar technique for oxtails

  • Joey Delorme
    Joey Delorme 7 months ago

    Anyone else notice they mislabeled the rosemary and thyme?

  • cantcurecancer
    cantcurecancer 7 months ago

    3:22 what kind of bread was that

  • Colleen Erin
    Colleen Erin 7 months ago

    Could I leave this in a slow cooker instead of on the stovetop for 5 hours?

  • Tx66
    Tx66 7 months ago

    My God...she's the WORST vocal fryer I've ever heard.

  • bertsimpsan
    bertsimpsan 7 months ago

    God i hate that crackly kim kardashian thing every thot does with their voice

  • Trace McG
    Trace McG 7 months ago

    i'd have that with rice. yummy!

  • swoopes777
    swoopes777 7 months ago

    Claire King is the best!!! Queen of Meats...and that voice though...💯

  • brv002
    brv002 7 months ago

    Thank you for not adding that stupid "oh yes" at the end.

  • Paelorian
    Paelorian 7 months ago

    Unless you use a wood stove with a top that is always hot enough to simmer (whether you're cooking or not), a pressure cooker (including Instant Pot) is the way to go for dishes like this. Cooking under high pressure you get the effect of 5 or 6 hours of simmering in a single hour without compromising quality. Some recipes are better suited to the pressure cooker than others. A few benefit from the long simmer because of ingredients or the need to reduce (evaporate) liquid. But usually a pressure cooker is clearly the best way to go. Looking at this recipe, I think a pressure cooker would be excellent for braising beef like this with a closed lid. You can buy an Instant Pot with all kinds of features for the price of a decent cheap enameled Dutch oven (Lodge, etc.), so I don't know why someone would bother to braise like this if they have the option to pressure cook. Why wait all day? It's inconvenient and there are legitimate safety concerns about leaving the house with food boiling away in your kitchen. Better to just braise the exact same dish in an hour under pressure.

  • San
    San 7 months ago

    angus for "Braise Beef"? fuck this shit wtf

  • Parsa Kazemi
    Parsa Kazemi 7 months ago

    I really appreciate all the options you guys included

  • Ro Hoe
    Ro Hoe 7 months ago

    Might have to put this in one of my holes soon

  • Phantasm HQ
    Phantasm HQ 7 months ago

    A little garlick to have a little kick should be a lot more than you put there. I wouldn't even feel that garlick.

  • Kent
    Kent 7 months ago

    Looks like Pearson's stew.

  • I279ASD2O7
    I279ASD2O7 7 months ago

    bwaised bweef is bwilliant

  • Max Gen
    Max Gen 7 months ago

    tbh i hate people doesn't scrape the wall of the pan or pot

  • Riyadh
    Riyadh 7 months ago

    *chef tasty wid a pot boiii*

  • Pama Levi
    Pama Levi 7 months ago

    in my country its like afritada

  • Taylor Elizabeth
    Taylor Elizabeth 7 months ago +1

    I'm sorry but where is my iconic "Oh YEAH!!" At the end🤔😢😂

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  • h z
    h z 7 months ago

    Can I get a large side of upspeak?

  • Larry Kelly
    Larry Kelly 7 months ago

    I thought you NEVER totally covered the meat with liquid as you were then not braising the meat, you were boiling it.