Ingredients

Title Value
1. Beef 1 Kg
2. Prunes 400 Column
3. Dry white wine 180 Ml
4. Mashed Tomato 200 Column
5. Vegetable oil 60 Ml
6. Bulb onions 1 PC.
7. Salt 1 Tsp
8. Black pepper 1/2 Tsp
9. Ground cinnamon 1/2 Tsp
10. Dried parsley 1 Tsp

Cooking

1. Stage

Cut the meat into medium slices and fry in vegetable oil on all sides until golden brown. Then transfer to a thick-walled pan and season with spices and salt.

1. Stage. Cut the meat into medium slices and fry in vegetable oil on all sides until golden brown. Then transfer to a thick-walled pan and season with spices and salt.

2. Stage

Pour the wine into the pan where the meat was cooked and let it boil for a few minutes. Pour wine to meat.

1. Stage. Pour the wine into the pan where the meat was cooked and let it boil for a few minutes. Pour wine to meat.

3. Stage

Finely chop the onion and fry in the same pan until soft. Then add the tomato puree and simmer for a few minutes.

1. Stage. Finely chop the onion and fry in the same pan until soft. Then add the tomato puree and simmer for a few minutes.

4. Stage

Add onion in tomato to meat and simmer everything over low heat under the lid for 1 hour, if the liquid is not enough then pour a little boiling water.

1. Stage. Add onion in tomato to meat and simmer everything over low heat under the lid for 1 hour, if the liquid is not enough then pour a little boiling water.

5. Stage

Rinse and remove the prunes, add it to the meat, mix well and cook for another 30 minutes. At the end, taste and add salt if necessary.

1. Stage. Rinse and remove the prunes, add it to the meat, mix well and cook for another 30 minutes. At the end, taste and add salt if necessary.

6. Stage

Serve with any garnish or vegetable salad.

1. Stage. Serve with any garnish or vegetable salad.

7. Stage

Bon Appetit!!!

8. Stage

The meat with prunes is very juicy, tender and aromatic. Cooking it is not too difficult, but to get the most tender meat, then it is worth spending a little time. According to this recipe, beef just melts in your mouth, the spices all combine perfectly and create a unique taste with aroma. If desired, beef can be replaced with pork.