Beef Porridge

cooking time: 2 – 3 hours
Another of my lazy creations. Beef, tomatoes, and soy sauce are delicious together.
roasted beef bones (leftover bones from prime rib roast used this time)
chopped garlic
chopped onions
chopped tomatoes
thinly sliced celery
cooked rice
soy sauce
  1. in a soup pot, add oil, sauté onions, garlic, and tomatoes
  2. add beef bones to pot, add as much water as possible
  3. shimmer for 2 – 2.5 hours
  4. remove bones from pot, remove meat from bones and cut meat into small bites
  5. add cooked rice to pot, cook for 15 minutes
  6. add add kale, celery, and meat to pot, cook for 5 minutes
  7. season with salt and soy sauce
  1. if using uncooked rice, extend cooking time. Or add rice while making broth

2 thoughts on “Beef Porridge

  1. You took a page out of my cooking lexicon — My favorite seasonings are garlic, onion, tomatoes and soy sauceI I used to make a great oven barbeque sauce with some ketchup, tomato paste, and soy, with added garlic. I’d then oven bake chicken parts covered in this sauce in a glass casserole with a lid — about 45 minutes to 2 hours. One of my Cal Arts professors loved it so much he asked me to cook him a batch every week!

    • I don’t know what I will do without soy sauce. The chicken dish sounds yummy. Maybe I will try to make my own interpretation of it. I think beef will work great. Beef, tomatoes, and soy sauce are good friends.

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