Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Chuck of the Sandwich Islands
“Sandwich Islands” was the name given to the Hawaii by James Cook in 1778. This fantastic meat dish provides a great feast on rice. It also will provide many a great pulled meat sandwich! Tonight’s dinner comes from a crock pot version of the sauce we built for the beef short ribs. It has a sweet touch often found in Hawaiian pork meals.
It all starts with a beautiful piece of meat on sale! (What a good opener for a porn video) When you find a nice thick cut like this please think “low and slow”. Well silly you, of course I’m referring to a slow cooker. Plan on this cooking on low for about 10 hours for an unbelievable taste and texture. Oh You’re gonna like this one!
Chop the onions, garlic, and ginger and place in zipper bags. Cut up the chuck roast into meal sized portions and trim most of the fat or gristle, wrap in plastic wrap and let refrigerate overnight.
In a large bowl mix the beef stock, teriyaki sauce and prune juice. Whisk until well mixed. Pour most of this over the vegetables in the pot.
Heat oil in a large skillet over medium high heat. Take out the meat. On a platter or large plate, mix the salt + pepper into the flour. Roll each piece of meat until covered in this mixture and then brown in the skillet. (about 8 minutes each) This will take a couple of batches. You do not want to crowd them. Brown on every side and end. When each is done, set them in the cooker.
When meat is done, remove with a slotted spoon and loosely cover with a sheet of foil. Strain out the liquid into a sauce pan (about 3 cups). Heat this to boil and let cook down to half. This will produce a nice thick sauce. While that is cooking down, slave fixed some white rice and some Brussels sprouts.
This makes a great meal and the remaining meat can be fork separated to make great BBQ like sandwiches. The aroma will bring desires of outdoor cooking and eating out on the deck with friends!
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