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Making beef consommé tonight. What should I put in it?

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Gilded CommenterModerator of r/AskCulinary, speaking officiallyScore hidden · 4 months ago · Stickied comment

Per sidebar rules we don’t field recipe requests so this post is removed. You might try /r/recipes or /r/cooking.

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Italian beef sandwich

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Original Poster0 points · 4 months ago

I don't have enough stock to cover my grandmother though

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7 points · 4 months ago

One of my favorites used to be to crack a quails egg into a hot bowl of consomme - it poaches at the table. Or some small cubes of cheese that go stringy in the heat, serve with bread, butter and roast garlic.

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Original Poster2 points · 4 months ago

Ooh, this sounds great. Gruyere and roasted garlic!

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Roasting garlic like this you can scoop the garlic out and spread on bread/toast

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Love

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Original Poster1 point · 4 months ago

I am having guests over, and I can only manage a maximum of a few tablespoons a day. Regardless, the egg whites used for clarifying the stock already do a good enough job.

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Some Doritos for that southwestern kick

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I was hoping someone said this after I saw the title

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2 points · 4 months ago

My vote is tortellini and kale.

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I'd go with beef for starters

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Throw a bunch of Chile, lime juice and cilantro in there and braise a haunch of goat. Tacos de Biria are delicious and the consomme is a very welcome bonus

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I just discovered Viennese beef soup with semolina dumplings and it's so delicious: http://www.lilvienna.com/semolina-dumpling-soup-griessnockerlsuppe/

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Hats off for actually making consomme at home! Haven't made it since culinary school and have no desire to ever make it again! But to answer your question, a quenelle of chicken liver mousse goes well with consomme....in my opinion anyways.

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