10 recipes with cheeks – Readings


One of the traditional recipes of a lifetime are the grandma’s cheeksA simple meat stew cooked for hours over low heat usually with vegetables and red wine.

If you like the dishes of a lifetimedon’t miss our selection with 10 super easy and inexpensive cheek recipesthat you can serve both for lunch any day of the week and for a meal with the whole family.

1. Pork cheek puff pastry with cognac

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This Brandy Pork Cheek Puff Pastry is so delicious you can serve it both hot and cold. In a single bite you will find an interesting contrast of textures and flavors between the sheets of puff pastry and the cheeks simmered in brandy.

2. Potatoes stuffed with cheek and vegetables

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This dish combines two ingredients that never fail, potatoes and cheeks, in a way that never fails: potatoes stuffed with cheek meat and vegetables. The cheeks are first macerated in red wine, then they are cooked over low heat while the potatoes are roasted in the oven.

3. Beef cheek with liver and shiitake mousseline

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Perfect for serving at a special party, this Veal Cheek Recipe with Liver and Shiitake Mash has the most appealing presentation on the table. The meat is soft and with an irresistible texture thanks to the cooking, and its combination with the mousseline is spectacular.

4. Cheeks stewed in wine and hazelnuts

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A safe bet for a main dish that will please everyone, these cheeks simmered in wine and hazelnuts. For the meat stew, you will need vegetables such as parsnips, carrots and leeks, which go perfectly with roasted hazelnuts and red wine.

5. Stewed beef cheeks with pineapple

PINEAPPLE BEEF CHEEK STEW.
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Simmered in the traditional way but with a very tropical twist, this pineapple beef cheek stew is delicious. It will be very tasty if you serve it with a garnish of white rice so that you can mix it with the sauce of the stew.

6. Timbale of cheeks in red wine with potatoes

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With this dish’s fabulous presentation on the table, you’ll want to cook this timbale of red wine cheeks with potatoes and serve it for any special occasion. Follow step-by-step instructions to keep cheeks tender and soft.

7. Sherry beef cheeks with vegetables

BEEF CHEEKS WITH VEGETABLE SHERRY.
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Prepare these juicy sherried beef cheeks with vegetables the traditional way. You will first need to brown the cheeks with olive oil and then cook them over low heat for at least 1h30, and during this time you can cook the potatoes for the filling.

8. Mashed Pork Cheeks

Pork cheeks with mashed potatoes

A simple, super tasty and very kid-friendly dish, it’s these mashed pork cheeks that are super tender. Even if they take quite a long time to cook, you can always make them the day before and reheat them the next day. This way they will be even better.

9. Crispy Cheesy Braised Cheeks

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Accompanied by potatoes and pumpkin, these braised cheeks with crispy cheese are an ideal dish for cold winter days. This is such a complete recipe that pairing it with a simple lettuce salad will make a wonderful one-pot lunch any day of the week.

10. Pork cheeks simmered in wine, with beans and egg

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Although not the most common way to eat them, we predict this recipe for Stewed Pork Cheeks in Wine, with Beans and Eggs is very good. They are simmered until the sauce is reduced, then served with a side of baked beans and a hard-boiled egg.

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