"what constitutes tough meat??? What cuts of meat would be used? I did not get ... read full review" Reviewed By: Connie
Chunks of meat that are used as an ingredient for a dish containing stewed meat and vegetables. Fresh stew meat is usually taken from the tougher cuts of beef, pork, or lamb because the stewing process tenderizes the meat. The chunks or cubes are usually bite size, but they can be smaller or larger depending on the recipe or personal preference. The best beef stew meat is from the chuck because it is very flavorful.
This recipe is really amazing and fast to cook, considering the fact that button mushrooms contain 17 different vitamins, the benefits from this dish increase dramatically.
This dish has a long history in my house, it was cooked without cheese and grapes, but I decided to add the sweet twist to it. The bitterness of cheese and button mushrooms combined with sweetness of grapes and lemon basil make the combination very rich and the taste palette wider.
What You Will Need
A utensil that is used to crack open the hard-shelled claws and other parts of a lobster in order to access areas containing meat. This tool is typically formed to the shape of the lobster claw and legs in order to easily grasp the hard surfaced area.