Tips for Beef in Crock-Pots With Butter & Worcestershire

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If you're cooking beef in a Crock-Pot with butter and Worcestershire, you're always going to want to keep your mind on a few important things. Get tips for cooking beef in a Crock-Pot with butter and Worcestershire with help from a chef instructor and executive pastry chef in this free video clip.

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Good morning. I'm chef Tony Hedger from L'Ecole Culinary in St. Louis Missouri. Today, we have a beef stew in a slow cooker. We have rice added to that. Today what we're going to do is we're going to add a flavoring, that flavoring being Worcestershire sauce. Say that three times real quick. OK. We're also going to add a little bit of butter. What are these items for, basically for flavoring. OK. Worcestershire is one of those items that's kind of like soy sauce or vanilla in baking. Love that smell. This is home made Worcestershire sauce that I do at home. Smells very very tasty. The only thing that you want to do is you want to make sure that you add just a small amount of it. If you know Worcestershire, it is very potent. OK. So you want to make sure that you put it there and you also give it a good taste to make sure that you are where you need to be. To that as well we're going to add a little bit of butter. What's the butter going to do? The butter is actually going to be the same thing. It's going to add a little bit of flavoring but it's also going to, the fats in that butter are also going to add a little bit of richness to that sauce. OK. In a little bit I'm going to come back and tighten up that sauce a little bit with a little bit of corn starch or a roux. And that butter will add a lot of flavor to that thickened sauce. I'm chef Tony Hedger. What we've done today is we've added butter and Worcestershire to a beef stew in slow cooker. Thank you.

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