"HYGGE LIFESTLYE" SLOW COOKED SCOTTISH BEEF STEW
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If you’ve never heard of Robert Burns, you’ll no doubt have heard one of his most famous works – Auld Lang Syne. That wonderful tune we (probably slightly drunkenly) sing to say farewell to the previous year as we bring in the New Year. Originally created as a poem, it wasn’t turned into a song until after his death in 1796.
Burns night or Burns supper itself first became a thing 5 years after his death, with the gathering of 9 of his friends who got together to celebrate his life and works over a feast of haggis and whiskey. Ok, I’m not 100% sure about the haggis and whiskey thing – but that’s what I’ve heard anyway!
Auld Lang Syne and Burns night are now well known the world over, and to celebrate 2021 and “Hygge Lifestyle” this is a great recipe!
So here we have it – cook it in the oven or even in the slow cooker, and make plenty! You can make a huge batch, then serve half up as a stew, and then save the other half as a pie filling!
Fall apart beef cooked in the oven or the slow cooker - this Scottish beef stew is perfect for cold night - or any other night with friends around the table!
Recipe type: dinner
Serves: 6-8 servings