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Slow Poached Beef Cheek Recipe From Oso Ristorante

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Happy Holidays, everyone! How was your Christmas? Have you been busy in the kitchen? For those who are still looking for a nice presentable dish to entertain your guest, how about trying this Slow Poached Beef Cheek with Herbs Recipe, served with Pumpkin & Black Truffle Puree from the award-winning Italian Chef Diego Chiarini of OSO Ristorante?

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(Serves 4)
4 pcs. of Beef cheek, 100g each
600g of Pumpkin
80g of Black truffle, chopped
200ml of Red wine
600ml of Vegetable stock
40g of Rosemary, chopped
40g of Thyme, chopped
40g of Parsley, chopped
40g of Garlic, chopped
Extra virgin olive oil
Black pepper

    slow poached beef cheek recipe
  1. Poach the beef cheeks for 3 hours at 90°C with 100ml of red wine & 100ml of stock & keep it completely covered.
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  3. Bake the pumpkin with the skin at 90°C for 40 minutes.
  4. Separate the flesh from the skin & reduce to puree.
  5. Reduce the remaining red wine.
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  7. Mix the pumpkin puree & chopped black truffle & plate it together with the beef cheeks.
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  9. Sprinkle the chopped herbs & garlic & red wine reduction to serve. Bon Appetite!

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You may also wanna try Chef Diego Chiarini's Prawns Coated with Celery Recipe,

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& his Dark Chocolate Soup With Cardamom & Expresso Coffee to electrify your guests! Have fun & here's wishing you Happy 2013!!


  1. Hello Shirley.. welcoming 2013 with a special and yummy meal..!
    Happy New Year to you too! :)

    1. Reana, thks for being the 1st again to arrive at the post! Happy 2013!

  2. Although i don't take beef (not for religious reason, just because i'm afraid of the taste), but this poached beef cheek surely looks soft and tender.

    1. DS, perhaps u should start trying some good & nice beef & u may change your mind :)

  3. I don't eat beef either but it surely looks like a happy meal. Happy New Year to you and your family!

    1. Balvinder, beef lovers will surely like this tender beef recipe in red wine. Maybe u can replace it with other meat? Happy holidays, my dear friend!

  4. Lovely! I have always been wanting to try making this dish at home. Not sure why I never did it. Now with your recipe...I am all ready to whip it out at home! THANX!

    BTW, Happy New Year! Have a blessed 2013 with your family!

    1. missyblurkit, awesome! Must let me know how it turns out.... Happy 2013 to u too, sweetie!

  5. Ooh, matched with a nice glass of red wine, this meal looks like heaven. Happy New Year Shirley! Wishing you a fantastic 2013.

    1. YL, hahaha! If only u were there...... Happy holidays to u too, my dear!

  6. Looks really delicious. Can u explain further on how to poach beef at 90 degree for 3 hours? How to maintain the temp?

    1. Jen, I'm afraid you'll have to own a Kitchen Thermometer. You can use it when you prepare food like roasts, hams, casseroles etc. Hope this helps! Happy 2013!

  7. Hi Shirley, this look extremely good. I'm drooling already, next time I see you post anything exclusive I must remember to bring my bib along... I'm afraid my keyboard might get short circuit. LOL

    Nice click. Warm regards to you.

    1. Amelia, hahaha! Love your sense of humour!

  8. I dont take beef but it sure looked good

    1. Pepper, maybe u can substitute it with other meat? Have fun experimenting!


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