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New York Strip Hot Smoked Paprika Red Wine Stew

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New York Strip Hot Smoked Paprika Red Wine Stew

 It’s almost like a Hungarian goulash with the spicy hot smoked paprika.  Then it could masquerade  as a really meaty bolognese!

Wine and paprika for weekend lunch

When you go to Costco, you know what happens, you shop, and not just a little bit, a lot! So, that’s what happened with these New York strip steaks. I ordered them, froze four of them, and I found them crammed in the back of the freezer several months later. They had some frost burning on them even though they were in freezer bags, so I thought I’d have to use them in a different way because I wasn’t sure they’d be very good at grilling. Let us help you out with quick ideas and you can make cast iron skillet new york strip steak at your home quickly.

Orange zest with beef

The orange zest offers a touch of vivid color to the stew, which goes well with the shallots, red wine, and smoky paprika. A robust mix of gourmet spices and fresh ground coffee, I have applied a sprinkling of Awake-a-Steak seasoning. Outcome? Right for a cold winter day, a rich, hearty, deliciously slow-cooked pot of goodness. Do not resist yourself from doing creativity on your plate. Try making New York Strip Pomegranate Beef Stew and have a blast during the evenings.

Beef stew with vegetables

To unleash the savory layers of spice into a thick beefy stew that is sure to melt your toes, just let all the ingredients braise in the pot in the oven. Serve the stew with crusty French bread in large soup bowls to mop up the gravy, followed by a huge glass of red wine (Cotes du Rhone or Cotes de Provence are a perfect match and also used in the stew). Planning to throw an aussie NY strip steak girls’ glitz party then you need to try out these quick recipes and enjoy a delicious feast with your gang.

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The orange zest offers a touch of vivid color to the stew, which goes well with the shallots, red wine and smoky paprika. A robust mix of gourmet spices and fresh ground coffee, I have applied a sprinkling of Awake-a-Steak seasoning. Outcome? Right for a cold winter day, a rich, hearty, deliciously slow-cooked pot of goodness. Why not bring out the best from your recipe books and make smoked paprika salmon chunks?

Beef and wine recipes

To unleash the savory layers of spice into a thick beefy stew that is sure to melt your toes, just let all the ingredients braise in the pot in the oven. Serve the stew with crusty French bread in large soup bowls to mop up the gravy, followed by a huge glass of red wine with salt & vinegar sauce chicken strips (Cotes du Rhone or Cotes de Provence are a perfect match and also used in the stew). This is what is called a comfort meal.

Weekend lunch with family

We all lead a super busy life and to enjoy the small moment with our loved ones it takes a lot of struggle. All you need to do is to enjoy a Sunday lunch with family and be a part of a delicious feast.

New York Strip Hot Smoked Paprika Red Wine Stew

Yield: Serves: 6+

New York Strip Hot Smoked Paprika Red Wine Stew

New York Strip Hot Smoked Paprika Red Wine Stew

 It's almost like a Hungarian goulash with the spicy hot smoked paprika.  Then it could masquerade  as a really meaty bolognese!

Ingredients

  • Preheat oven to 300
  • What you need:
  • 2 1/2- 3 lbs thick cut NY Strip cut into about 1” slices
  • 1 tsp sea salt
  • 1 tsp fresh cracked pepper
  • 1 1/2 tsp smoked hot paprika
  • ½ tsp red chili flakes
  • ¾ cup flour
  • 4 tbl butter
  • ½ cup canola oil
  • 3 tbl sliced garlic
  • 1 cup red wine
  • 2 cups water
  • 2 medium sweet onions cut into cubes
  • 4 green onions with tops chiffonade sliced
  • 1 large can (28 oz) crushed tomatoes
  • 1/3 cup grated pecorino

Instructions

Combine the salt, pepper, smoked paprika and chili pepper flakes and sprinkle on and coat the pieces of meat well.  Place the flour in a brown paper bag (or plastic bag) and shake and coat all the pieces evenly with the flour.  Shake off excess.

In a large heavy skillet over medium heat, melt butter and canola oil.  Saute garlic  until translucent.  Place some of the pieces of meat and brown both sides.  Repeat with all pieces of meat until every piece is a nice golden brown.  (Note:  Just stack to the side of the skillet the already browned meat, then add new meat.)

Increase heat medium high and add red wine.  Let simmer and boil about 5 minutes, stirring the meat around so as not to stick.  Reduce heat to medium and add water, onions, and green onions.  Cover tightly with a lid and place in oven for about 2 ½-3 hours.  Check once or twice to see if you need to add more water and stir the meat.

Remove from oven and add crushed tomatoes.  Stir and blend.  Let simmer on top the stove about 30-45 minutes on low. Add pecorino cheese and blend.  It’s ready to serve whenever!

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New York Strip Hot Smoked Paprika Red Wine Stew

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