Beef Shanks with Vegetables
By modernsoutherncook on January 27, 2014
Over the past two years, I have developed a fondness for a cut of meat called the Beef Shank. The meat requires slow roasting to develop the melt-in-your-mouth tenderness that it is capable of, but the wait is definitely worth it. This recipe was actually inspired after watching an episode of a television cooking show in which the chef created a delectable stewed beef over mashed potatoes. Seeing the mouth-watering meal made me want to recreate the recipe with what I had on hand in my pantry. If you happen to not have beef shanks available to you, this meal can be made with regular stewed beef but I think the wonderful flavor imparted by the bone-in meat will be missing; however, the results will still be amazing! Additionally, you can use baby portobello or white button mushrooms. I actually used a combination of the two and it was perfect.
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