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I love this dish! Ropa vieja means old clothes in Spanish. The Cubans call this dish old clothes because of the look of the beef after it has been cook. For years I asked my grandmother to teach me and she refused so after trial and error I came up with my own recipe.
"party on my tastebuds! I order this whenever I went to a local Cuban eatery. they have sadly closed their doors. but I now have this and one other recipe for ropa vieja. I had to hunt down a sofrito recipe, but that was easy as cake! totally enjoyable! "- shanewing
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Heat 3 Tbsp of cooking oil in a deep skillet on medium heat. Place steak in skillet and brown on all sides and remove.
Add the remaining oil to the skillet with Garlic, Onion and green peppers; cook until the onions are translucent.
Stir in black pepper, meat, tomato sauce, water, and sofrito. Simmer until meat shreds easily. Approx. 1 hour. Server on top of rice.
You can get the recipe for sofrito on my page.
You can also add diced tomatoes if you want something chunkier or sliced green olives with pimientos.
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missynchichi 1 year agoU dont say how much tomatoe sauce
Brooklyn8650 1 year agomade this for the first time, however my steak didnt shred like it was suppose to but it was still very yummy and flavorful. will definitely make again
casca 1 year agomade this for a second time. awesome I uploaded a picture this time. thanks jersey
shanewing 1 year agoparty on my tastebuds! I order this whenever I went to a local Cuban eatery. they have sadly closed their doors. but I now have this and one other recipe for ropa vieja. I had to hunt down a sofrito recipe, but that was easy as cake! totally enjoyable!
LynnSoto 2 years agoEverytime i cook this recipe my hubby just goes insane! :) thanks!
Xxlilxtinaxx 3 years agoThis was my first time cooking it this way and it was delicious!!!
kupcake 3 years ago'I will make this'! Sounds great.
JerseyBlue 4 years ago[I posted this recipe.]