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Cape Grim Asian-Style Beef Cheeks Seasoned with Murray River Salt & Served on Tilda Rice

Recipe / EatWell with Emma

Serves: 4

3 tbsp olive oil6 cloves garlic, finely choppedSpring onions, sliced Thumb-sized piece fresh ginger1 red chilli, deseeded & thinly sliced (leave seeds in for extra heat)1 tsp Chinese five-spice powder2 star anise2 tsp Murray River Pink Salt Flakes1½ kilo Cape Grim Beef Cheeks (4 large ones)2 tsp brown sugar3 tsp Chinese cooking wine2 tsp dark soy1L beef stock2 packs Tilda Coconut, Chilli & Lemongrass Basmati Rice

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