Melt-in-the mouth meat and vegetables in a sealed casserole

In this recipe a good joint of beef is slow-cooked, surrounded by an assortment of vegetables in small chunks.

To concentrate the flavours, the cooking time should be long at a moderate temperature and, most important of all, the dish should be sealed.

By the end of cooking, the vegetables will be meltingly soft and the meat can be pulled apart with a fork.

This is an appealing dish to serve and share, leaving everyone to help themselves as they like.

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