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OT - Recommendations for recipes using beef broth

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S-I-L gave me about 4 cups homemade beef broth. She’s a great cook, so it’s likely money. Have been contemplating various recipes, including ramen, soups, stews or curries. Have done a lot of soups and stews as of late, so am probably tempted to do something different. 

Anyone have a fave recipe using beef broth? I am not planning any grocery trips, so I may have to see how well any recommendations align with my pantry stores. 

Thanks in advance. 

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  • lkapigian
    lkapigian Posts: 10,765
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    Great in Sausage! I just did a Texas Chili Sausage using a beef bone stock 
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  • RRP
    RRP Posts: 25,893
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    First of all, you do know don't you that it can be frozen so it's not like you have to use it all right now. I just pour mine into ice cube trays and freeze that way and once frozen pop them out and store in a freezer bag so I can use whatever amount I need.
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  • buzd504
    buzd504 Posts: 3,824
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    Braised short ribs.

    Beef stroganoff.
    NOLA
  • GrateEggspectations
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    Thanks @RRP. Yes, I do know. But I often do batch cooking for family, friends and neighbours, so am also quite happy to use it all in one go. 
  • GrateEggspectations
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    I should mention that I also have 5lbs of a brisket point in the freezer. But then again, lots of stuff in both standalone freezers as well in the fridge freezer. 
  • GrateEggspectations
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    @1voyager

    Thank you. What is the recipe title?
  • GrateEggspectations
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    caliking said:
    I feel that the flavor of good stock, or broth, really shines in ramen-style items (basically, any noodle soup type of thing). 

    A weekend lunch is often a quart of whatever stock I can find in the freezer, jazzed up with laksa paste/fermented black beans/toban jian/whatever, with scallions, ginger. Add some leftover protein from the week, noodles, maybe a 7 min egg. Doesn't take long to make, and very flavorful. Good comfort/winter food. 

    This MO has worked well with pork/shrimp/chicken/beef stock. 
    Thanks. Wifey loves ramen, so that was high on the list. 
  • 1voyager
    1voyager Posts: 1,157
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    @1voyager

    Thank you. What is the recipe title?
    Glad to help. Recipe title: Beef Bourguignon
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  • Botch
    Botch Posts: 15,485
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    With good homemade beef broth, I'd be making phò.  
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  • GrateEggspectations
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    1voyager said:
    @1voyager

    Thank you. What is the recipe title?
    Glad to help. Recipe title: Beef Bourguignon
    Sorry, had missed that. 
  • caliking
    caliking Posts: 18,731
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    caliking said:
    I feel that the flavor of good stock, or broth, really shines in ramen-style items (basically, any noodle soup type of thing). 

    A weekend lunch is often a quart of whatever stock I can find in the freezer, jazzed up with laksa paste/fermented black beans/toban jian/whatever, with scallions, ginger. Add some leftover protein from the week, noodles, maybe a 7 min egg. Doesn't take long to make, and very flavorful. Good comfort/winter food. 

    This MO has worked well with pork/shrimp/chicken/beef stock. 
    Thanks. Wifey loves ramen, so that was high on the list. 
    If y'all enjoy ramen-style stuff, it's worth it to have something pickled on hand. Really balances out the flavors. Easy to put together, and will last for several months in the fridge. I have pickled daikon, and haam choy, in the rotation currently. 

    https://www.seriouseats.com/danmuji-korean-pickled-daikon-radish-recipe

    Also, garnish with some cilantro at the end. ok, now I'm hungry :)

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  • TEXASBGE2018
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    Agree @YukonRon



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  • littlerascal56
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    We usually have some steak leftover on our weekend cooks.  We freeze the pieces, and every 6 weeks throw them in the crock pot with potatoes, onions, carrots, and garlic.  And 1 cup of beef stock.  Set on low for 8 hours, and you will have a delicious dinner ready when you get off work! 
  • FreeNHim
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    Barley Risotto with mushrooms. My daughter made that once. Very tasty.
  • Gulfcoastguy
    Gulfcoastguy Posts: 6,297
    edited February 2022
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    Beef pot pie, frozen pie crust and mixed vegetables, leftover beef, potatoes. Upper crust can be leftover mashed potatoes, pie crust, or Bisquick crust.
    oh maybe some mushrooms.
  • fishlessman
    fishlessman Posts: 32,756
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    birria tacos, french onion soup with the toast and melted cheese, chili with no beans or tomatoes. if you havent done the tacos then do those first
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  • nolaegghead
    nolaegghead Posts: 42,102
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    I would totally go with chicken noodle soup.  Swim against the current. 
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  • danhoo
    danhoo Posts: 684
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    French Dip Sammies. I use Rachel Ray's recipe for the dip. 

    https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/rachael-ray/french-dip-sandwiches-recipe-1914184
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