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Recipe for Rabo de Toro or Bull’s Tail Stew

Rabo de Toro or Bull’s Tail Stew, is a traditional Spanish dish made by slow-cooking bull’s tail in a rich, flavorful sauce. The meat is simmered for several hours until it is tender and infused with the flavors of the sauce, which typically includes ingredients such as onions, carrots, celery, garlic, tomato paste, red wine, beef or chicken stock, and seasonings. The resulting stew is thick, hearty, and bursting with flavor, with the tender pieces of bull’s tail as the centerpiece of the dish. Rabo de Toro is typically served with crusty bread or boiled potatoes to soak up the delicious sauce and is a popular dish in the region of Andalusia, where it originates from. It is often enjoyed as a hearty and comforting meal on cold days and is a staple of Spanish cuisine, reflecting the country’s rich culinary heritage.

Here is a traditional recipe for Rabo de Toro (Bull’s Tail Stew) that includes both imperial and metric measurements:

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