I know, I know.
It’s a lot of work.
You’re probably thinking, “How the heck did I miss this?
Why didn’t I know this was an ingredient?”
Well, it’s easy.
It actually is the most common ingredient in Irish food.
This ingredient, called “Irish Beef,” is used in Irish dishes, such as the popular beef stew, as well as Irish food dishes like Guinness and Guinness Irish Stout.
But if you want a more traditional recipe, here’s a recipe to get you started.
Here’s the simple version: 1 tablespoon ground cumin seeds