What Is the Best Way to Tenderize Stew Meat?

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Stew meat refers to meat cubes cut from cuts of meat like flank and circular roasts. The best way to tenderize stew meat is by braising it. This means cooking the meat in a slow manner in a tiny water amount.
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The Best Way to Tenderize Stew Meat
Stew meat is often cubes of meat cut from lesser cuts of meat, such as chuck, flank and round roasts. Because the stew meat comes from a portion of the animal that is exercised regularly, it is very lean and requires long, slow cooking to become tender.... More »
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