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Cocido is a stew, which is specially consumed by the people of Spain. Its main ingredient is the chickpeas. Its other ingredients can be vegetables and meat. It is mostly consumed in winter but in Spain, it is served ... More »
1) Place a large skillet over high heat and heat the oil.
2) Brown the beef well on all sides. Transfer it to a bowl.
3) Into the still hot skillet, pour 1 cup of water and scrape up all the pan juices.
4) Turn the liquid into a slow cooker along with... - 43.6322
An easy Spanish stew, the Cocido is absolutely delicious. Tickle your taste buds with this refreshing stew. It is all about the genuine Spanish flavor. So do not procrastinate, try this Cocido recipe. - 38.1852
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2. Add water and boil.
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1 Combine beef, salt, garlic and water in a slow cooker.
Tie bay leaf, peppercorns and coriander seeds in cheesecloth; add to cooker with onion, carrots, potatoes, chick-peas and 2 tablespoons of the parsley.
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1. Combine beef, salt, garlic and water in a kettle or Dutch oven. Bring to boiling; lower heat; skim off foam. Tie bay leaf, peppercorns and coriander seeds in a piece of cheesecloth; add to kettle; lower heat; cover, simmer 1 hour.
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Bring 11 cups of water to boil in a large pot.
When it boils, add the presoaked chick-peas, drained and tied in cheesecloth.
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Put the ham, veal, bacon, pork sausage, and stewing chicken in an earthenware pot, cover with cold water, put on lid, season, and simmer as slowly as possible for 4 hours.
An hour after putting on the meat, place the white beans in a second pot, pour in cold... - 44.1433
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* Marquesa de Parabete, author of Historia de la Gastronomia, Madrid: Espasa-Calpe, S.A., 1943.
The other contribution is the cocido, or olla, which the French made into pot-au-feu.
Heat fish stock in a pan.
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