A dish indigenous to Venezuelan people for over 100 years, this primavera beef with plantains and black beans recipe is filled with so many delicious ingredients, including onion, garlic, mushroom gravy, peppers, cilantro, spices and of course, beef, plantains and black beans. The perfect weeknight dinner!
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In a frying pan, cook the beef with ½ the onion, ½ the garlic, mushroom gravy and beef stock, until tender.
Add the bell peppers, red pepper powder and oregano and add salt according to taste.
Also in a pan, cook black beans with salt, pepper and remaining onions and garlic until soft.
Peel off the skin of 2 large plantains and slice them thin. Deep fry in vegetable oil.
Serve all with steamed rice. Garnish with lime and cilantro.
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