This Slowly Braised Oxtail with carrots, parsnip and turnip in tomato sauce is one of the best soul food you will ever have, its so delicious and very comforting.
This soul food is one of the best stew dishes out there. The tender meat and collagen rich gravy just makes me salivate just but imagining it. I know for some using oxtails is weird and yucky but trust me if you try this recipe it would change how you look at it, it will be an eye-opener and might be addicted to it. In my own opinion this meat cut is underrated, for me this is the most tasty and succulent part of the beef.
The good part is that you can replace any beef stew dish with this cut and you will notice the difference. The bad part is that it will take a lot of time making it tender, roughly two to three hours. That three hours though is worth the wait, any recipe you replace with this one would be even more tasty, rich and thick. But before that try this easy classic first and let me know your thoughts.