Soy-Braised Oxtail and Radish Stew

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  • Makes

    6 to 8

    servings as a main dish
    • Difficulty


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By Linda Anusasananan

Published 2012

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I learned to love oxtails from my mother. She would braise a kettle of oxtails until they were so tender I could suck the meat off the craggy bones. My kids and husband used to turn them down, but after watching me strip the bones clean, they have become converts. Use a dark soy sauce for deep color and the all-purpose soy sauce for saltiness. Since oxtails take a few hours to cook, I make a pot big enough for a second meal; the stew tastes even better the second night. Serve with plenty of