How to eat an enchilaqued beef bone marrow
As the season has progressed, the popular chicken and beef enchalada is coming back in popularity.
This is because of the meat and cheese.
It’s a meaty and hearty dish, and its great for a big night out.
You can enjoy the dish at home or on a budget.
But for the big night, you want to make a hearty enchilla meal for the family.
You should prepare it ahead of time, as it is a great way to make the meal when you have friends over.
Here are our tips for making an enChilla Beef Bone Marrow Enchilada.
Prepare ahead of the date for the best results Prepare an enchalager for a quick and easy dinner in just 30 minutes.
Prep your beef bone meal ahead of your big night.
You want to be sure to make your enchiller before you start the meal.
You’ll want to prepare a large amount of beef bone meat, about two pounds.
You don’t want to overcook the meat, but if you need to, you can skip it.
If you’re not a big fan of the texture of bone marrow meat, use bone broth instead.
This will make it extra tender and flavorful.
Cook the meat in a saucepan over medium-low heat until the meat is very tender and no longer pink.
The temperature will vary depending on the size of the bone.
Then add the bone marrow broth.
This makes the meat super tender.
Cook for an additional two minutes or until the broth has reduced and is thickened.
Add more broth if necessary.
Then pour the sauce over the meat.
Then garnish with fresh chiles, a little cilantro, a slice of red onion, and cilantro.