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Beef Tongue

HuskerMark

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It has been many years since I have had it. Mom would boil it and slice it and serve with cheese and crackers.

Who has cooked it, and how?
 
It has been many years since I have had it. Mom would boil it and slice it and serve with cheese and crackers.

Who has cooked it, and how?
I talked to my friend. IF I remember everything, boiling it can be done,but its also just a start as well.
Tougher meat,so you want to soften it up.
You could cube it and flat iron grill it, slices and saut'e, basically,think mexican flatiron/pan grilling methods.
There may be a outer skin to remove,depending on how its originally cut/prepped.
 

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Many meals of tongue served us by my parents. A pressure cooker was used every time. Served with a homemade raisin sauce.
 

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With nearly unlimited food options these days, is there a reason to eat beef tongue? Maybe just grind it up with the lips and a-holes and make sausage? ;)
 

I was inspired by this thread. Waiting for my beef tongue taco as I type this.

I’ve had beef tongue before, most memorable was a middle Eastern preparation where it was very soft, almost like a pate. It was fantastic. Absolutely a delicacy. I haven’t had it in Mexican cuisine before, so we’ll see.
 

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