Beef Burgandy Canned

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  1. waretrop

    waretrop Strong Ash Plants Contributor

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    Yesterday I made beef burgandy and canned at. I got 9 pints which will make enough for one person on a bed of noodles. It is so tender and delish. My house smelled so good. I will make lost more in the weeks to come. I just have never canned anything with booze in it. Works great..

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    I have to say, B-- that DOES look tasty to me.
     
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    Just wondering Barb - Is there any liquid in that jar? It looks so good, but not 'floating' in any liquid. The only meat I have canned is pork (raw packed), and it always ends up in lots of liquid. Yours looks much more appealing.
     
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    It does look delicious! I have canned stew meat before with celery and onions and diced chicken for quick meals but never thought of Beef Burgundy. Now I'll have to give this a try it out of curiosity. Please give some hints on how you prepared before canning.
     



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    So here is a picture of the liquid. I thought people would want to see the meat so I laid the jar on it's side. Netty, raw packing meat you add no liquid. cooked meat you add liquid.

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    2ofus, It's a little like stew. Meat, onions, carrots, mushrooms, spices and booze rather than celery, onions, carrots and other veggies. Looks allot different also. You need these things to be cooked together to get the beef burgandy flavor.
     
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    Oh there's the liquid! Thanks Barb, that's more like what I am used to seeing! It looks great :)
     
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    Netty, I just thought everyone would want to see the meat and not the liquid...I see you are on your toes wondering where the liquid was. Now remember not all meat has liquid when canned...But it's rare... and not very well liked by the "powers that may be".
     

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