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These slow cooked beef cheeks are meltingly tender! Easy to make, braised in a luscious red wine sauce. www.recipetineats.com

Slow Cooked Beef Cheeks

These slow cooked beef cheeks are meltingly tender! Easy to make, braised in a luscious red wine sauce. www.recipetineats.com

Slow Braised Beef Cheek Ragu with Parpadelle | The Brick Kitchen

Slow Braised Beef Cheek Ragu with Parpadelle

Chinese-style braised beef one-pot.  I'd recommend making your own five spice and adding at least twice as much. More chilli is a good bet, careful with the dark soy. Works really well with beef shin.

Chinese-style braised beef one-pot

Chinese-style braised beef one-pot. I'd recommend making your own five spice and adding at least twice as much. More chilli is a good bet, careful with the dark soy. Works really well with beef shin.

Winter came early. Warm up with these easy, delicious, melt-in-your-mouth beef cheeks!

Vanilla Braised Beef Cheeks

Winter came early. Warm up with these easy, delicious, melt-in-your-mouth beef cheeks!

Slow Cooked Beef Cheeks in Red Wine | mylittlelarder.com

Slow Cooked Beef Cheeks in Red Wine

Beer and thyme beef cheeks recipe - By Australian Women's Weekly, Looking for hearty and full-of-flavour dinner options? You can't go past these beer and thyme beef cheeks.

Beer and thyme beef cheeks

Beer and thyme beef cheeks recipe - By Australian Women's Weekly, Looking for hearty and full-of-flavour dinner options? You can't go past these beer and thyme beef cheeks.

Make amazing BBQ smoked beef cheeks with this recipe. Melting and tender

Amazing Smoked Beef Cheeks

To Food with Love: Movida braised beef cheeks in Pedro Ximenez with cauliflower puree

To Food with Love: Movida braised beef cheeks in Pedro Ximenez with cauliflower puree

Slow Cooker Beef Cheeks in Red Wine - Best Recipes

Slow Cooker Beef Cheeks in Red Wine

Braised Beef Cheeks (Brasato di Guanciale di Manzo)

Braised Beef Cheeks (Brasato di Guanciale di Manzo)

Braised Beef Cheeks (Brasato di Guanciale di Manzo). This incredible Italian recipe uses juniper berries, an ingredient easily found in many English gardens.