Pulse daily DIY recipe teaches prospective chefs how to prepare healthy, Ghanaian dishes in a simple way.
Beef is the meat of cattle and contains higher amounts of iron than chicken or fish.
Usually eaten as roasts, ribs, or steaks, beef is also commonly ground or minced. Processed beef products include corned beef, beef jerky, and sausages.
Fresh lean beef is rich in various vitamins and minerals, especially iron and zinc, and is therefore recommended as part of a healthy diet.
First blend your ginger, onion, garlic.
Marinade your beef with your favorite spices and onion mixture.
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slow-cook the Beef until tender. Remove the beef from the cooker and place it on a cutting surface. Cool slightly.
To shred beef, place two dinner forks, with their backs facing each other, adjacent to each other in a portion of the meat. Pull the forks in opposite directions, breaking up the meat into shards as you pull.
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Discard any bits of gristle remaining in the meat. Repeat this process until all the meat is shredded.
Shredded beef, or any meat, ready to use in your recipes. Of course this technique can also be applied to meat that has been roasted.