Do You like stew? I - YES, I just love it!!! But now somehow scared to buy meat products in stores, don't know what they put in it... And meat you want... And why don't we make a stew at HOME? Because we can choose what kind of meat to use, add spices according to your taste and desire... the Meat turns out tender, juicy and, most importantly, natural! Forward to the kitchen!


  • Meat

    1 kg

  • Salt

    1.5 tsp

  • Black pepper

    1.5 tsp

  • Vinegar

    2 Tbsp

  • Vegetable oil

    1.5 cup

  • Onion

    1 piece

  • Garlic

    4 tooth

  • Bay leaf

    2 piece


The meat (I had pork) cut into small cubes (about 2 cm).
Meat salt and pepper (to taste), add Bay leaf, broken into pieces (do not break too small, we will move them later).
Add to meat, add the vinegar and finely chopped onion.
Mix well. Cover with plastic wrap. Put at least 6 hours in refrigerator to marinate (at night).
Put marinated meat in a thick-walled dishes for the oven, flatten.
Pour the meat with vegetable oil (oil should completely cover the meat). You may need more oil.
Take the baking paper, crush it, cover the meat so that the paper lay on the meat.
And the top cover (I don't have it, so I covered with foil). Put in preheated oven to 130 degrees and simmer for about 45 minutes.
After 45 minutes, remove the paper, add the garlic cloves, cut in half. Again cover with the paper and cover again and leave to simmer for 2-2.5 hours.
Prepared meat remove from the oven, cooling.
The pieces of meat to separate the fibers. Bay leaf remove. Before serving, reheat and serve.
If you want the stew to prepare for the future, you can put it in jars. For the jars to sterilize. I do it on the pot of boiling water on the grill.
The stew is ready once again to heat up and decompose in hot jars, immediately close the lid and allow to cool upside down (lid down). Store in the refrigerator. I don't know how can stand such a stew in the fridge, so we quickly ate.
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