Tropical Sun Oxtail Seasoning
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It is used to season oxtail before cooking, whether it's braised, stewed, slow-cooked, or prepared in other delicious ways.
To use oxtail seasoning to cook oxtail, follow these general steps:
Seasoning the Oxtail: Start by generously seasoning the oxtail with the oxtail seasoning. Sprinkle the seasoning over the oxtail, making sure to coat all sides of the meat evenly. You can adjust the amount of seasoning based on your taste preferences.
Searing the Oxtail: Heat a large pot or Dutch oven over medium-high heat. Add a small amount of cooking oil to the pot. Once the oil is hot, sear the oxtail on all sides until browned. This step helps to develop flavor and create a nice crust on the meat.
Building the Flavor Base: Remove the seared oxtail from the pot and set it aside. In the same pot, sauté aromatics like onions, garlic, and any additional vegetables you prefer, such as carrots or celery. This helps to build a flavorful base for the oxtail.
Deglaze the Pot: After the aromatics have softened, deglaze the pot by adding liquid, such as beef broth, red wine, or a combination of both. Scrape the bottom of the pot to release any flavorful browned bits (known as fond) that may have stuck during the searing process.
Braising or Stewing: Return the oxtail to the pot and add enough liquid (such as broth, stock, or water) to partially submerge the meat. Bring the liquid to a boil, then reduce the heat to a simmer. Cover the pot and let the oxtail cook slowly over low heat until it becomes tender and the meat easily falls off the bone. This can take several hours, depending on the size and thickness of the oxtail pieces.
Adjusting the Seasoning: During the cooking process, taste the broth and adjust the seasoning as needed. You can add more oxtail seasoning, salt, or other herbs and spices to achieve the desired flavor profile.
Serving: Once the oxtail is tender, it is ready to be served. You can serve it as is with the flavorful broth, or use the broth as a base for a sauce or gravy. Oxtail pairs well with sides like rice, mashed potatoes, or vegetables.
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