What is oxtail?
Just like the name implies, oxtail is quite literally taken from the tail of cattle, and cut into short lengths for convenience.
How to cook ox tail:
Filled with beefy flavor it is often slow-cooked and used in stews to add a bold flavor that is unlike other types of beef. It’s a staple of Jamaican cuisine, as well as the key ingredient in English Oxtail Soup. It’s also found in soup dishes around the world, from China and Korea to South America.
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