I have no idea to cook the ox tail

ox tail
@youless (87144)
Guangzhou, China
October 22, 2016 11:24pm CST
Today when I went to the market, I saw the ox tail. Oh... I have no idea how to cook with it. It seems something weird for me
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• Philippines
23 Oct 16
I have no idea either.
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@youless (87144)
• Guangzhou, China
23 Oct 16
That's alright
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@AmbiePam (46213)
• United States
23 Oct 16
I have heard of ox tail being sold and cooked, but I've never seen it.
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@youless (87144)
• Guangzhou, China
23 Oct 16
I think perhaps only professional chefs know how to deal with it.
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@epiffanie (8339)
• Australia
23 Oct 16
I used to boil it and pull the meat and make soup .. But my husband don't like it so I don't buy it anymore ..It's actually quite nice depending on what ingredients you mix with it..
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@youless (87144)
• Guangzhou, China
23 Oct 16
If so, why not just use the beef directly? As the meats shall not be so much in the tail and it will spend longer time to getting a little bit.
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@epiffanie (8339)
• Australia
26 Oct 16
@youless tail is better for the soup because it's tastier .. and yes there isn't much meat in it so it is actually more expensive in the end ..
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@youless (87144)
• Guangzhou, China
26 Oct 16
@epiffanie Hard to believe that it is even much more expensive
@LadyDuck (122028)
• Switzerland
23 Oct 16
Ox tail is a specialty of the cuisine of Rome and it is very good, but it takes hours to prepare. Here is an Italian recipe if you should want to test.
Get this all-star, easy-to-follow Oxtail alla Vaccinara recipe from Mario Batali
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@youless (87144)
• Guangzhou, China
23 Oct 16
Such a beautiful dish
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@LadyDuck (122028)
• Switzerland
23 Oct 16
@youless It's good, when I am in the mood I buy the ox tail and I spend the time needed to make it.
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@louievill (16345)
• Philippines
23 Oct 16
Filipinos use that in a popular dish called " kare kare" or Filipino oxtail stew , its also good for soup, Cambell soup use to have oxtail soup when I was young but I think it has been discontinued. You have to be good in cleaning that cause it has a peculiar smell if you do not know how, it's also collagenous so it has this sticky goodness similar to ribs We pressure cook that with ingredents first before recooking in another pot with another set of ingredients that would become the dish, do not cook it directly and serve cause sometimes it will turn out smelly delicious if you know how.but a little meticulous.
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@youless (87144)
• Guangzhou, China
23 Oct 16
I know Cambell soup but I haven't seen they have ox tail soup yet. Perhaps they need to open the Chinese market
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@louievill (16345)
• Philippines
23 Oct 16
@youless it was discontinued, they do not make anymore I wonder why, I was looking for it cause I remember my mother gave it to me whenever I was sick or weak, they will make a lot of money if they make again for the Asian market I searched they still make I think this is Malaysian market.
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• United States
23 Oct 16
I do not know how to cook in general, but when we go out to an Asian restaurant, my boyfriend loves to order the ox tail soup.
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@youless (87144)
• Guangzhou, China
24 Oct 16
Learning cooking is not so difficult. One day when your have a child, you will have more passions to it.
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• United States
24 Oct 16
@youless Yes maybe :)
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@sishy7 (27319)
• Australia
23 Oct 16
I've had oxtail soup but no idea how to cook it... I think it involves using a pressure cooker to soften the oxtail...
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@youless (87144)
• Guangzhou, China
24 Oct 16
I have an electrical pressure cooker at home and it is quite useful.
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