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Ingredients

  • 1kg beef oxtail, trimmed
  • 1/2 cup (125ml) Japanese/Korean soy sauce
  • 1/4 cup chinese cooking wine
  • 1/4 cup firmly packed dark brown sugar
  • 6 cloves garlic, bruised
  • 12cm piece of fresh ginger, peeled, sliced thickly
  • 4 green onions, chopped coarsely
  • 2 star anise
  • 2 cinnamon sticks
  • 3 x 5cm strips of orange rind
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 2 green onions, shredded finely

Method

  1. Cut oxtail into 4cm pieces. Combine sauce, wine, sugar, garlic, ginger, chopped onion, star anise, cinnamon, rind and the water in inner pot. Press SAUTE/SEAR LOW TEMP button, set cooking time for 10 minutes and press START (Do not close the lid); bring to the boil. Add oxtail.
  2. Seal lid, cook on SLOW COOK LOW TEMP for 8 hours or cook on MEAT/POULTRY in Pressure cooking for 25 mins. Press START.
  3. Remove lide. Transfer Oxtail to serving plate; drizzle with about 1/3 cup (80ml) of braising liquid. Sprinkle with shredded onion.

Notes... Cooking time starts once pressure has been maintained. Set the valve to SEAL position. Check that the float valve is in the down position.

  • Thank you for this recipe and hopefully will be making it soon.

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  • Interesting……..wonder if the man will try. he is fussy lol

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  • I miss my slow cooker. I lost it to my ex husband when I had to leave. Such an easy way to prepare meals!

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  • Can you get oxtail fairly easily in Woolies and Coles?

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  • Must try this in my slow cooker – have always cooked it on my cook top.

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  • OMG this sounds awesome, Will have to make it this weekend!!!

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  • Sounds delicious. Wonder how it would go in a slow cooker since I don’t have an all-in-one cooker

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  • Looks a bit like osso bucco. I do like the flavours though and might try a similar version in my slow cooker.

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  • I love slow cooker recipes. They make life so much easier!!

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  • What an interesting recipe

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  • Would love to try this. Looks very yummy!

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  • they just cooked something similar on MKR – yum

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  • My mum use to make this and it was delicious,the asian flavours make it interesting! Thanks.

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  • Love old fashioned cuts of meat because they are easy to cook and filling for everyone in the family.

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  • It looks like the meat would fall off the bones and melt in your mouth

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